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Can't login to my domain

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I was unsure where to post this problem. I recently installed my blackberry software to my laptop. I had to access my administrator account to do so. Of course, none of my documents are on this account. So when I go back to try and login the way I normally do, I get a message saying that the domain is unavailable. I can not access my important documents which is a very big problem, since I am also taking college courses and my assignments are all on the other account. I thought I knew my regular username, but maybe I don't. (I was so used to just pressing enter it all became second nature and I didn't pay that much attention) Maybe this is the problem? Anyway, is there a way to get around this so that I can gain access to my documents? I am about to have a breakdown over this. :) I also tried restoring my computers's settings but it wouldn't allow me to either restore or undo my last restore. Not sure if that would have helped either but I am a desperate woman here!
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When you are logged in as an administrator they don't worry.
Go to C:\Documents and Settings\(You will find your user name there) (That's it, you have got your user name)or go to C:\Documents and Settings\Your user name\documents and copy all your files and folders.
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