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Can't Find User Name


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#1 cidhawkeye

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Posted 15 July 2010 - 04:42 PM

I have a computer that has had mutliple owners. It operates on Windows XP. I was attempting to use a virus and I couldn't get rkill to run before the virus kicked in. I then selected restore computer to last safe settings. Now when I go to sign on it asks for a user name. I don't know the user name and I am unable to sign into the computer to get it to work. What are my options for this. I have little computer knowledge and I am hoping to get this resolved.

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Posted 15 July 2010 - 05:20 PM

It is against the policy of BleepingComputer to provide information on methods to reset or bypass the Administrator password. Though your question is most likely legitimate, there are others who may read this topic replies given that enable the ability and use the information for less savory reasons. It is for these reasons we do not provide this type of information.

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