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Computer passwords lost needing help

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We got a computer from a close friend, except she can't remember the passwords.  We did buy pcunlocker, but the diskdrive won't open and so I used my pc to burn it onto a flash drive.  I am having problems getting into the boot menu to change how the pc starts (to automatically use that flash)   I can use F2 and get the menus to open but there is no boot menu.  I've tried using safe mode, but even that is asking for passwords (and so is recovery)  Thanks for the help!



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Hi crioslobo :)

Sadly GeeksToGo doesn't provide assistance in case of lost passwords. Since we have no way of verifying what you're saying, if you're the owner of the system or you're allowed to get in it, we cannot be sure that there's good intentions behind this. This is one of the GeeksToGo Term of Use, I suggest you to read them to know what you are and aren't allowed to ask here.

Due to the nature of online help we are not able to verify ownership, and will not be able to help bypass or recover any user passwords, cd keys, license codes, serial numbers, etc.

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Have a good day :)
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