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Lock-out of Windows XP

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My home computer which uses Windows XP would not allow me to logon tonight. It is my laptop if that makes a difference to you. It said that I needed a password. But, I never installed any password. I think all this started since I installed all the extra programs to prevent spyware,malware, etc. I ended up coming to school to use the internet! All I know is that I can access my computer if I boot the computer from Safe Mode. What should I do? Thanks.

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