no xp pro password

By m59mark ·
G'Day I have been given an old dell towner form a freind, I would like to know the best way get in.
I have tried safe mode didn't work so before I have to burn a disc is there any other way to get in?

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Phone a friend?...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to no xp pro password

That would appear to be the most logical answer.

If you "have been given an old dell towner form a freind" then, barring the appalling typing and assuming you can dial a phone number without error, it should be easy for you.

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that or we can take a poll. <NT>

by .Martin. In reply to Phone a friend?...

who votes password???

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That just leaves 50/50. Computer!! Take away 2 wrong answers ... <NT>

by OldER Mycroft In reply to that or we can take a pol ...
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by traffic In reply to no xp pro password

<strong>This message was removed for giving password assistance. While we do understand that some password requests are legit, we do not have the ability to verify that the request is for legit reasons. Please refrain from assisting with password requests within these forums. - Tammy :-)</strong>

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You're not gonna last long on TechRepublic !!...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Message removed by modera ...

You've just appeared, so are not aware of the standard response here on TR.


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