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Unaccessible pcs due to lost user codes

We have some computers at that home that can't be accessed due to lost user account codes. What can i do about them?

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First try holding the keys Ctrl, Alt and Delete at the same time for three times when computer is on login screen at startup.
This will open a box asking for user ID and password.
In user put 'Administrator', and leave the password blank.

If this does not work, then reinstall Windows, after reinstalling Windows you will be asked to enter new user names.

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