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Administrator password i have windows vista. my husband set himself as the administrator with a password which i can't crack. he is now deceased. i am unable to download or update. i have tried the run program but access is denied. i can't even download a code cracker because i need his password to continue.

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I would call microsoft and tell them the details. You will need to be able to provide proof of you husbanda passing but I think they may be able to give you some help.

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