Question about Computers & Internet
This 8 years old is still pretty robust and if you run win2k or winxp is fine for most tasks :-)
now, the solution,
1. log in in safe mode (press repeatedly f8 during strtup till you have selection screen)
2. enter as an administrator
3. go to "start"
4. select "control panel"
4. go to "users'
5. remove passwords
6. reboot your computer
if you cannot access your computer even under safe mode, you need to find on the internet any of free "password removal" programs, install it on the disk or cd and then enter boot in your laptop, select as primary device your cd or floppy, save that, then reboot your laptop with floppy or cd in the driver and follow instructions of this particular program.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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