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Hi cowboy your advise did not work, (but thanks for responding ). have you any more ideas please . thank kev
Press F8 on booting up. Choose Administrator as account, no password. Go into control panel, user accounts, select your account, select change password, type in new password, re-type password, apply settings, close out re-boot, select your account type in new password.
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