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How do I unlock a user account in windows xp? I need help!

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I just purchased several computers at a computer auction, and have come upon one that requires a user name and password to log onto Windows. I do not have any of the reboot disks or recovery discs. How can I get into this computer?

Edited by jhensley25, 27 March 2006 - 10:31 PM.

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Hi there jhensley25, welcome to Geeks To Go Forums.

Unfortunatly Geeks To Go can not help you get into a password protected computer. This would mean password cracking.

Surprizing that someone at an auction would leave all his stuff still on the computer. (They should of formatted it before selling it) But anyway. The only way you can get into this computer is if you format the drive yourself and reload windows.

Cool :whistling:
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