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Logging in HP log in window pops up and never haws before. Press on HP Owner and it automatically logs you off. We are stuck and can not get into our computer regardless of the number of times we have tried. Went to HP help and tried what they suggested DNW. Help. Is there a HP owner default password we do not remember or know?

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Restart your computer. Upon seeing the boot screen press F8 sometimes more than once. You will get an option window of which you chose "Safe Mode" you will get to the log in screen. Select administrator. Select "Yes" to the window that pops up. Move all the files in your my documents folder under c:\Documents and settings\HP Owner\My Documents. If you don't your stuff will be deleted. Move it to a different folder like c:\Backup.
Then go into user profiles in control panel and select HP Owner then change password. Then reboot and you will be good.

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