There can be far too many other things wrong so a clear start is best.
We acquired a computer that was left behind when we bought a small business. We'd like to use it but are unable to get past a log-in screen for eTime, because we don't have the password and nobody at the former company seems to be able to remember it. When booting up, we see the screen for Windows flash by, but we end up on the eTime screen, used for inputting info for ADP payroll services. It's running Windows NT, if I recall correctly.
Is there a way to get by the eTime and/or get rid of it completely so we can use the computer for other things?