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EMERGENCY on Win2000 - friend's computer...


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#1 andie627

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Posted 10 December 2010 - 03:46 AM

I was trying to change the old company name that used to own my friend's computer through changing Newwork ID and now I can't get into the computer, I must have missed doing something necessary... I have tried every combination of the old info and new password and username and still can't get into the computer.

I have cleaned up this computer 3 times before and am staying up late to fix it for the disabled lady upstairs. Unfortunately, I over-estimated my skill and tried to change the Network ID information. Now I can't get into the computer!!!!

It used to be a company computer so I tried to take their company name and password out and put new ones in for my friend. I obviously missed something; like I said, can't get it to open. There is no disk, it was given to her and I clean it up to give her "something" instead of "nothing". Now I've screwed it up and can't get into it.

I was able to get into the BIOS page and changed the top line to the only other choice. I was hoping it meant it wouldn't need a log-in but it didn't change that. I can't see anything else I can do.

I also have a disability (brain injuries) and it'll be horrible to figure out how to pay someone else to fix this.

Please please help if possible :wacko: :( :wacko:

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Posted 12 December 2010 - 07:40 PM

My best advice to you is to reinstall the operating system if you can because of the following:

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