I took the computer home and my husband and I worked on it. We ran the password program again and blanked it, then it came up with a blue screen and said stop - boot inaccessable. We discoverd that the inaccessible disk had a corrupt registry and was not repairable. The workaround was to take a fresh disk and a fresh installation of windows 2000. Following that we made an emergency rescue disk to copy a good registry and startup files. We then replaced the good primany HD with the corrupt HD, then did a repair process with the ER disk which replaced the registry on the corrupt hard drive. We then started up the formally corrupt HD and successfuly logged in as administrator. The clean disk we used is corrupted now!?!. So we ran a virus scan (2nd time) but nothing was found. I used Norton and TrendMicro. We have yet to take it back to the office, join the domain, and log in under my name, but don't expect any problems, fingers will be crossed.