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Old 11-28-2006
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You can also do this if your XP installation is crashed: boot your computer with a Knoppix CD and copy all valuable data to another partition or a memory stick. After that, reinstall windows XP. A Knoppix CD is also useful for detecting your computer's hardware: the boot log shows what is detected.
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Old 06-28-2007
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Default Re: lost computer password

you have to flash your bios to get it to read that processor speed, i think thats what u r talken bount or u can over clock it and make it read a faster processor than whats really there????? an i right
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Old 10-07-2009
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Forgot windows password?Lost admin password? Have been locked out of computer?
Lost computer login passwords, which is a common problem for the computer users. So there are many solutions. One of the popular solutions is as following,

1.log on a computer that is linked to internet.
2. Free download windows password unlocker from [url]www.passwordunlocker.com/products/wpu.html[/url]
3.Burn the downloaded .ISO file onto a blank CD
4.Insert newly created CD into the locked computer and then reboot it
5.select the account you wanna reset the password.
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idea Re: lost computer password

You forgot to add the little note posted at the bottom of the page, ie:

Trial Limitation:
Lists all the user accounts, but doesn't remove the passwords for the trial version.

The trial version doesn't do anything other than list all the user accounts.

You must pay $29.95 for the full registered version in order to actually reset the password to blank.
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Here is an easy way:

1. When the login screen comes up hit ctrl-alt-delete.
2. The old (win 9x) login screen comes up. For username type: Administrator
password: (leave blank).
3. This logs you in to the administrator account which is usually hidden by default. Go to start-->run-->type in cmd.
4. In the command prompt type the following exactly: NET USER {username} {new password}
where {username} is the name of the account you are trying to recover and {new password} is any password you want
5. Hit enter, a message should appear saying command completed succesfully.
6. You now have a new password.

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