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Which Screen is THIS in Visat Home Premium?;


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#1 gjgkerrtx

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Posted 07 June 2010 - 08:50 PM

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I'm normaly an Ubuntu guy, but am having such problems with media Ive decided to get a Windows OS computer for media only. Problem I'm having is its a used computer and I cannot get onto the desktop- this screen is asking for a password. I need to know what screen this is, and what the password on this page is called , so I can download a password recovery disc.
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#2 gjgkerrtx

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Posted 07 June 2010 - 09:29 PM

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I'm normaly an Ubuntu guy, but am having such problems with media Ive decided to get a Windows OS computer for media only. Problem I'm having is its a used computer and I cannot get onto the desktop- this screen is asking for a password. I need to know what screen this is, and what the password on this page is called , so I can download a password recovery disc.
Thanks-



46 views and not one person can tell me what the bleep screen this is? Some bleepign forum, I did betetr on craigslist. Remove my account!

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Posted 07 June 2010 - 09:52 PM

Hi gjgkerrtx, it's Bleeping Computer's policy not to assist with any circumvention of computer security, simply because we have no way to tell the difference between a genuine request and one where we would be helping a wrongdoer.

However I might mention that if you follow your stated intention, any potential passwords you obtain will either work or not, regardless of what a screen is called...

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