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Restrt your pc, as soon as it powers on (even before you see anything on the screen), repeatedly tap on F8, that should take you to the advanced boot menu. Choose the option for Safe Mode. Once it boot on safe mode, you'll see another user accound called Administrator. Try logging in to that. It would prompt you to type in a password, if you don't remember setting up a password, just leave the password field blank and see if you can log in, if it doesn't let you log in with a blank password, that means you do have an admin password so try whatever password you might have used. Once you're logged in as admin, You can go to the control panel to remove your user account's password.
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