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#1 Darren De Wilde

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Posted 13 March 2006 - 03:28 PM

Dear all,

Once again, Windows has managed to change stuff around unauthorized...I was writing a post here because XP Home wouldnt allow me to change a user to another group. I went to make the problem happen again and found that none of the users were listed other than Administrator which is set up on install. I logged off only to find that on the click user screen, NONE of the users were displayed and I couldnt get back in. I restarted the comp and low and behold, I cant get in to my admin account.

I had to re-install before and now its doing it again...I am now logged on as a guest...this is crazy..I'm going to try to run trend micro to see if it finds anything but usually it doesn't. I'll also run AVG.

I am quite aware that you guys dont crack passwords but i cant understand why I cant get in. There was no Administrator password assigned as i left it blank...now that doesnt seem to work.

Please could you help if you can..thank you
Darren

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