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Forgot my administrator password

I am using microsft xp professional with service pack-2 and i have created only one account that is administrator account.

I forgot my password and unable to open it what should i do?

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Shailesh Mohan

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  • googlee Jul 09, 2008




    i am using microsft xp professional with service pack-2 and i have created only one account that is administrator account.





    I forgot my password and unable to open it what should i do?





    R/s


    Shailesh Mohan

  • googlee Jul 09, 2008

    Hi,

    i have an another pc in which i have used windows 2000 server.there is
    a folder named recycler which is present in all drives and not deleted
    what should i do?



    please help me soon........



  • barney69 Nov 22, 2008

    I am trying to install windows xp proffesional with service pack 1 and forgot my administrator password, What can i do?



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menu by default.

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