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If its a windows XP password for Windows, just restart the computer, then Press the F8 key, and in the boot menu choose safe mode.
In safe mode the built in Administrator account is available.
The Administrator account usually has a blank password and will allow you access to the Users control panel to change or remove the password.
If its Vista, or Windows 7, then its different.
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