Question about Dell OptiPlex 170L PC Desktop
Dell took the high road on the restore question and supplied backup software on cd's. The default admin password is empty, meaning no characters at all, I take it you tried that. If the Windoze COA with the key is on the outside of the computer, you could re-install if you can find the correct Windoze install disk.There are also softwares available for download to reset windoze passwords, but I take it you're stuck since you are unable to download files. If there's no key, you can still retrieve the key from the running system with a little application called Magical Jellybean Keyfinder, but again, that's a download, albeit a very small one that will fit on a floppy with room to spare.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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Click the "Start" button and then click "Run." Type "Perfmon.msc" (without quotes) and then press "Enter." This opens the Performance window of the System Monitor tool.
Click any of the counters in the right pane that you want to disable.
Click "Delete." This will remove the counter from the System Monitor on your Dell OptiPlex 170L and stop the self-monitoring of that service.
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