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Cant Log Into Windows 2000

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by sistrdoris, Oct 9, 2003.

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  1. sistrdoris

    sistrdoris Thread Starter

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    I WAS TRYING TO SET UP MY INTERNET CONNECTIONS WHEN SOMEHOW I MUST HAVE CHANGED MY PASSWORD TO LOG ON. IT ALWAYS LOGGED ON BY ITSELF NOW ITS ASKING FOR USER NAME AND PASSWORD. I THOUGHT I KNEW IT BUT IT KEEPS SAYING: SYSTEM CANNOT LOG YOU ON PLEASE MAKE SURE PASSWORD AND DOMAIN ARE CORRECT AND TRY AGAIN. HOW CAN I FIX THIS TO BE ABLE TO GET BACK ON MY COMPUTER.

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  2. mobo

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    Try booting into safe mode and entering the admin accountb and change the password.
     
  3. keebs

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    hi well try to just make up one or just press cancel and it would prolly just go on the desktop any questions email me at [email protected]
     
  4. kath100

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    Keebs, Why email?
     
  5. pileyrei

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    Have you forgotten the administrator password?

    In that case you will have to reload your operating system.
    Ofcousre...I may know a way round that.............

    email/PM if necessary......
     
  6. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    If you need to bypass the admin password, cruise over to Off-Line PW Editor and download their nifty password changing tool. :)
     
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