If you are seeing the message “This sign-in option is disabled because of failed sign-in attempts or repeated shutdowns” on your Windows laptop, it means that you have been locked out of your device due to security reasons. This can happen if you have entered the wrong password multiple times or if your laptop has been shut down unexpectedly.
Here are some steps you can take to fix this issue and regain access to your laptop:
1. Wait for a while: Sometimes, the lockout period is temporary and your laptop will automatically unlock after a certain amount of time. Wait for a few minutes or hours and try logging in again.
2. Use a different sign-in option: If you have set up multiple sign-in options on your laptop, such as a PIN or a fingerprint, try using one of those instead of your password.
3. Use a different account: If you have multiple user accounts on your laptop, try logging in with a different account that has administrative privileges.
4. Reset your password: If none of the above options work, you can try resetting your password using a password reset disk or by using another device to access your Microsoft account and reset your password from there.
5. Contact support: If you are still unable to log in to your laptop, you may need to contact Microsoft support for further assistance.
In order to prevent this issue from happening in the future, make sure to use a strong and unique password, enable two-factor authentication, and avoid shutting down your laptop unexpectedly.
I hope these steps help you regain access to your laptop. Remember to take steps to prevent this issue from happening again in the future. If you have any further questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to Microsoft support for assistance.
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