Question about Car Audio & Video
This is fairly simple, provided that you haven't changed the administrator's password as well as your user password.
Start the machine in safe mode by pressing F8 BEFORE the windows splash screen starts, this is the one that has the bar moving across the bottom before the logon screen.
when prompted, select SAFE MODE
Then log on as the administrator, open your control panel, then user accounts, change an account, select your account, then change password.
Then simply restart the machine normally, and use your new password.
If you have changed and forgotten the administrator password, then it's a little more tricky, and requires some assistance from Linux software, which can be found on Hiren's boot CD. A google search for this will yield the results of where you can find this CD, as well as the instructions for using it.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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