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I Can't Login To Windows

Hi Ummm.. I have a problem with Windows XP. Every time I login to Windows this login window pops up which never happened before and it asks me for my password even though I never put on a password on the system and now I cant go on....WHAT DO I DO!!!!!!!!!

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XP Home?

In reply to: I Can't Login To Windows

Boot safe mode and use the administrator to change the password.

No go? Look up NTPASSWD on google.com. Free, changes the password too. Too hard to use? Look up http://www.lostpassword.com
Bob

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XP

In reply to: XP Home?

I tried that but it dose not work and I even tried system restore. and its XP Pro

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Then you'll have to use NTPASSWD.

In reply to: XP

It's what I use but some find it intimidating. If so, head to http://www.lostpassword.com for something friendly.

The safe mode method is not usable for XP Pro.
Bob

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