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Cannot access start to change password on HP Pavilion dv6000, using windows vista. Any other ideas?

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Hi,

i assume that you are the admin of your laptop, if so, then you can change your password from command prompt (Click Start-->Run-->type "cmd") OR (press WinKey + R and type "cmd"), press enter

you'll get a command prompt, type the following at the command prompt:

net user <user_name> <new_password>

where the <user_name> is your own username and <new_password> is your NEW password for the system.

Thanks and regards.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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