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Need Help Deleting something.

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Teh King

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Ok, here's the deal.

I lived with my brother for a couple of years. He and his girlfriend broke up recently, and my brother gave me his old Windowns Desktop (randomly, because he got a new Apple). She put Bsafe Online on the computer and well, they aren't on speaking terms at the moment, so I can't get the password, etc..

As it said in the title, I do not have the password, I do not have the user name, and the icon has been deleted. Although the icon has been deleted, the program still exists, and you need a password to delete it.

I need help.

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you'll have to get in touch with the owner of the computer and get the password....we can't help you get around any password protection

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