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1. press f8 before the windows get boots up
2. enter into the safe mode
3. login as administrator(does not require pass)
4. change ur password form the user accounts in the control panel
5. restart then put the new password u can use ur account
pls do try this sir.. and reply :)
hope it works
If you are trying to upgrade just insert the XP cd while you are at the ME deskyop and follow the instructions. You will get two options Upgrade or install a fresh copy you will be prompted to restart and the XP ce will boot (if it a bootable CD) from startup this process is designed to re-format your hard drive in install a new copy of the OS. I hope this works for you.
Try using the XP compatibility wizard. Start > Programs > Accessories > Program Compatibility Wizard. There are ways to dual boot 98 and XP, but there are a lot of details involved. It requires a lot of research. Best to do a Google search for "dual boot windows 98 and XP". Here is one result: http://vlaurie.com/computers2/Articles/dualboot.htm
Indeed. If you have the windows 98 disc then just insert it into you CD rom drive and restart the computer. You should have the option of pressing any Key to boot from the CD. If not you need to hit delete a number of times when the machine 1st turns on to enter the Bios set up. In here you can change the boot order. Give your CD ROM drive the highest boot priority. Save & exit. Now you will have the option to boot from CD.
From here you are very much guided by the onscreen prompts. It's a straightforward process.