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Resetting Your XP Password
Posted By On February 1, 2008 @ 2:25 PM In System Tune-Up Help | No Comments
Make sure the Safe Mode option is highlighted and press Enter.
3.) When the log in screen appears, log in to your Administrator account.
4.) A dialogue box will then appear, notifying you that your computer is running in Safe Mode. Just select Yes for this one.
You may also notice that your resolution is a little distorted.
If so, that’s okay. It will go back to normal after you reboot again.
5.) Next, select File, Control Panel. Then double click on the User Accounts icon, which looks like this:
6.) All of the accounts on your computer will be displayed. Go ahead and select the account you would like to remove the password from.
7.) After that, select the link.
8.) Finally, if you’d like to add a new password, you can select the link. But be sure to write this one down in a safe place, so you don’t have to go through this again!
I hope you enjoy this one. It can be a real timesaver if you ever forget your Windows XP password!
~ Neil Patel
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