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    windows 2000

    i got a computer wid windows 2000 and i lost my password
    to log in .wen i start windows is ther som oen ho can help me
    pless.

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    Re: windows 2000

    Originally posted here by nalle.ro
    i got a computer wid windows 2000 and i lost my password
    to log in .wen i start windows is ther som oen ho can help me
    pless.
    if i new wut the hel tat even sed i wuld be hapy ta help!

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    You should get the Ultimate Boot CD for Windows (http://ubcd4win.com/) and use this the reset the local admin password, or your login password.

    There are other tools, but this bootable CD is a good starting place.

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    Dood, you aint sending a text message, write properly!
    Drugs have taught an entire generation of kids the metric system.

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    Deeboe: Please don't tell me you negged him. Whoever did neg him should be ashamed of themselves.. seriously. Just because his grammar/spelling is bad doesn't mean he doesn't want legit help.. or the right to make fun of him.
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    I'm sorry, but spelling like that doesn't happen on accident! We all spell things wrong every now and then, but that was poor spelling for the sake of poor spelling. Nokia was right in the Text Messaging statement made above.

    My apologies to nalle.ro if he/she offense to my remark.

    It just seems that if you are looking for serious guidance, at least take the time and effort to make your request legible.

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    You can also use: NT Offline Password and Registry Editor to reset the password (can be done from floppy or CD).

    It just seems that if you are looking for serious guidance, at least take the time and effort to make your request legible.
    Thing is if they have learned english as a 2nd language via the internet, that is what it might be like. IMO, it's better to just help if you can.
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    Considering it says location "sveden" (Sweden) I don't expect his English grammar to be top-notch. Just pointing out, you know.. and kudos, rapier57/MsM for helping him out.
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    I use Winternals. Wish I could supply you with a link, but my copy came from a friend and I don't know where you would get it on the net. These disks don't always work though. I had some issues trying to recover a while back when trying to get into my RAID. Worked fine when I tried it on my home server with a basic SATA interface.

    Also, I've used a copy of SERD or also known as, "Super ERD", "Super Emergency Recovery Disk", etc..

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    warriorfan808: Damn, that must make him (and me, haha) a NERD (No Emergency Recovery Disk). Blah, my attempt at humor.. sorry guys, long day at work.. really tired.
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