Well, I've really done it this time. I was getting in the BIOS, trying to see if I could boot from the CD drive. I was just looking around (and didn't find what I would consider a boot priority menu that would allow that option - but that's kind of besides the point now), but when I went to exit, I clicked reset without saving (thinking it was more like "exit without saving," because that's what I was expecting. Now it's continually telling me (after long waits) that it has run into some problems and has to restart, only to restart, and give me the same message again, after it has restarted. (i.e., it's continual). I've also tried to reset to default in BIOS, but that's not helped either. The computer I'm working on is a Dell Inspiron 3650, and honestly, I can't tell you much more about it because the initial problem was the inability to login to Windows 10 because it wouldn't take a password after rebooting after an Windows update. So accessing any troubleshooting tools is not an option. It appears we've gone from the frying pan right into the fire as this "fix" has gone from bad to worse. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'd appreciate any thoughts you have on this. Thank you.