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Is that a Bios password? then take out its cmos battery for a short time then place it back again this should rest to its default configuration without the password or clear it using its cmos reset jumper header on the motherboard. Consult manual for more info.
Do this when unit is off and unplugged to source outlet. Touch first the frame of your case to free you of static.
If this password is from user accounts. Log on to it goto control panel goto user account select account to be set with your password enter old pass,new pass then confirm it. your now set. Do this changes using account with administrator privilidge.
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You can reset computer password with Windows Password Recovery Enterprise
Step 1: Install and run the program.
You should take this step with an accessible computer and then quickly and correctly launch the program.
Step2: Burn a password recovery disk with CD/DVD/USB.
After launching the program, you will get an interface as below. Next insert an empty CD/DVD/USB flash drive to the accessible computer. Then you just follow the wizard on the interface to burn the password recovery disk step by step.
Step3: Reset computer password with the burned disk.
Now take out the burned disk from that PC, and insert it to the target computer. Next boot that PC and set it to boot from CD-ROM or USB in BIOS. When the BIOS settings finishes, the PC will restart automatically. Soon you will see the below interface. Next, you just need to follow the wizard displayed and do 3 mouse clicks to complete changing computer password.
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