Question about Dell Computers & Internet
Either boot from the Windows CD and format the drive and reinstall Windows.
Or, look for a free suite of programs call HiRens
-Burn it to disk and boot your system from it (Put it in the cd drive and restart - it should be picked up by default, if not, you'll have to change the boot order in the BIOS)
-Use a program on the disk called Active Password Changer
This will let you reset all local user account passwords.
There is not much else you can do if you don't know any logon passwords. But HiRens works for me everytime I need to do this on a users system.
Posted on May 03, 2011
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