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If your using windows xp, reboot the computer and press f8 as it boots, enter safe mode, select run from the start menu and type in "control userpasswords2". From there you can change the password. If you are using windows 7 or vista, enter safe mode with f8 after turning the computer on, open the command prompt (cmd/cmd.exe) and type in "control userpasswords2".
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