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Garnuba

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My 2k Windows Professional account has a password on it. Now I had a power outage for the last 3 days because of the hurricane. I deleted a account from some hacker guy who made his own account on my machine, then i enabled the password on mine, but i did not set one. I shut off my machine and then i had the power outage. How can i get back on my computer without losing my files.
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Garnuba

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Bump, Guys c'mon now i really need help on this.
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Well if you enabled password without setting one , then the password is probably blank. Enter the username and just hit OK.
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Well if you enabled password without setting one , then the password is probably blank. Enter the username and just hit OK.
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I wish it was that easy i tried every password that i EVER used on that machine. and i tried the blank thing to, but it still wont work. i need some boot disk program or something , anything that will make it work again
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how do we know this is your machine and you're not someone trying to get into someone's machine?
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