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Posted 13 January 2012 - 09:06 AM

Hey guys,

I know this might sound a bit sketchy but please bare with. I'm trying to get into my Aunt Cindy's computer. She passed away recently and we need to get in her Vista Laptop to access her financial records to take care of everything.

From my experience in the past I tried to boot up in safemode to get to the admin user account but oddly enough it doesn't show up. I'm assuming that her account(Cindy) is the admin account or she disabled the admin account so I'm lost here. If anyone has any ideas it would be greatly appreciated, if I broke the rules of the forums by posting this I apologize and will try to find another way on my own.


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