Windows Vista does not connect me to my profile to the user even after put my password

My laptop turns off to be in an idle state for an hour... it is ususally. I am generally able to reboot my laptop, but this time, at the start of Windows Vista enabled me to connect to my user profile. I typed my password correctly and countless times and it is not always connect. I tried to connect through the admin prfile and he has not yet let me ride. Safe Mode boot made no difference because I need to access my files. How can it be solved soon? !!!

Maybe the Startup Repair tool would help:

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