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Can't logon to Windows (2000) screen


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beiane

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I am using Windows 2000 and am prompted for user and password after reboot. I have not changed either but it won't accept and says"system can't log you on,etc..... Have been told that there could be a corrupt password database. How does that happen, what is it and can I fix it without taking it to a computer shop?
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gerryf

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youy should have two user accounts by default---whatever user account you usuaally use and the administrator account

have you tried the administrator account

username: administrator
password: selected when you set up system
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