Question about Computers & Internet
Hopefully you have more than one account with administrative privileges on your computer. Then this should help:
Turn your computer on, and press F8 until you see the startup menu. Use the up/down arrows to select Safe Mode, and hit enter. Press enter again on Windows (whatever your operating system is).
1. Click Start, Control Panel, Administrative Tools.
2. Click Computer Management.
3. Double click Local Users and Groups, double click the folder Users.
4. Right click on the account name that is locked out, and click on Set Password.
5. You may get a warning message about changing the password, simply click proceed.
6. Leave the New Password box blank, also leave the Confirm Password box blank.
7. Click OK, and OK again.
8. Then close all Windows, reboot the system and try to log in.
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