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Old Dell Laptop w/Vista operating system


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#1 Bestfree

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Posted 23 March 2016 - 12:51 PM

Hi,

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                                 BC Adviser was kind enough to help me with viruses in my old Dell Windows Vista Laptop in another topic.

 

                                 I was trying to change my sign in or log on password. It became somewhat difficult when I needed to get into the Administrator level account first. When I started to see this information my computer said some files were contaminated. That had me stop. I went into start and then wrote, Computer Management, and opened it. Microsoft site stated to type in cmd in the Start search box and then press Enter, but I was unable to get past that. I don't believe I did any damage because the operating system seems fine. 

 

 

                                 I would surely appreciate any help trying trying to change the Log in or Sign in Password.

 

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Posted 23 March 2016 - 03:26 PM

Hi,

 

    Figured it out, thanks anyway.

 






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