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Assuming yours is windows xp.
go to start->control panel->useraccounts->
select the admin account. side list see change the password.
you have to input the old one to change the new one.
and overheating is caused by damaged heat sink interface material or even damaged heat sink.
if interface material is damaged then replace it with the intel original heat sink interface material or cooler master material.
if heat sink is damaged then select the appropriate heat sink for your cpu.
my recommendation other that original cpu coolers is cooler master cpu coolers. very less cost but superb effective against processor overheating.
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After system boot-up, hold a right mouse click
button and there will be login window. Hold a left
mouse button to click the order of "Account", and
input correct account. Then left click the order of
"Password" and input correct password. At last
left click "Login" to enter system. There is one
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use it to login the system for the first time
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