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  • When you start your computer try going into Safe Mode. The screen will be very ''f*cked up'', but you should be able to change your password. Usually safe mode is entered by pressing F1,f2, or ....
  • There appears to be a slight chance that if you are running Windows XP home edition (this does not apply to ANY other edition) you can log into the admin account in safe mode with a blank password and reset the account password in the normal way... START>RUN>lusrmgr.msc There are several linux liveCDs that offer this functionality for all Winders versions. Here are two I found with a quick search: http://ophcrack.sourceforge.net/ http://home.eunet.no/pnordahl/ntpasswd/
  • Boot into Safe Mode by pressing F8 just as the computer is about to load Windows. Set up a new administrator account in Control Panel/User Accounts and delete the original one. You may have problems retrieving files that were saved under the original account, but it can be done.
  • i have the same pro when i enter safe mode i still am required to enter my password
  • Damn, I didn't know it was THAT easy to get into my computer. What's the point in having a login password? I don't think I'll bother anymore. And I think I'll make more use of my TrueCrypt6 program.

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