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If you have your original XP disk (and I'm assuming you would if you had partioned), boot from the XP CD, accept the licensing agreement, then select the repair option. Watch the lower left hand of your screen. When it says "installing devices" press Shift F10. You should get a prompt. Type in NUSRMGR.CPL, then Enter. That should give you User Accounts in Control Panel so you can change the password. If this doesn't work, I'm afraid you are doomed - unless someone else knows another way! Good Luck!
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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