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For all desktops.. If the password is on your bios remove the battery on your motherboard. Make sure you unplug the system and use a anti-static strap to keep from blowing your other parts on the board. Then put the battery back in and there is no password. If it's the password for the desktop, restart your system in safe mode by hitting F8 right after the mfg splash screen. Log on by using the administrator account. These usually have no password. At this point, go to the user accounts in the control panel and remove the password of whatever user account you need access to. Restart system. Voila!
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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