I DON'T THINK THAT YOU UNDERSTAND WIN 2000 PRO IS ALREADY INSTALLED ON THE COMPUTER BUT TO GET TO IT IT IS PASSWORD PROTECTED AND THIS IS THE ONLY PROBLEM THAT I AM HAVING WITH THIS COMPUTER IF I CAN GET PASS THIS POINT I WOULD, MAYBE KEEP THE OPERATING SYSTEM JUST AS IT IS, THE ONLY REASON THAT I AM CONSIDERING CHANGING IS BECAUSE I CAN'T GET PASS THE PASSWORD ENTRY SO THAT I CAN GET TO THE START SCREEN THIS IS THE ONLY REASON THAT I AM CONSIDERING CHANGING TO WIN XP
Before I address your reply do me a favor, if I may ask. On the left side of your keyboard third key from the bottom, there is a key labeled Caps Lock
. Please press it one time. Only once. Typing in all capital letters is the same as yelling, and I do not think you are yelling. It is also considered rude.
I understand perfectly. You are locked out of your computer by a password set by someone else. You may not have understood me. We cannot verify who your are. Providing you with a crack to by-pass the password on that computer will not be permitted. With all do respect we cannot tell if you are the legal owner or not. If we provided you with a crack to by-pass the password, and you are not in fact the owner, that would make us irresponsible. You can take it to a local computer shop and they would crack the password or do a search on the internet, but I will not aid someone I do not know in by-passing a security feature.
By the way you never stated that was the only reason you wanted to circumvent the password. I gave you specific information on what you asked about.
I must correct my first reply. Microsoft is still supporting XP Home SP2, just not XP Home SP1.
You sound upset in your reply. It may just be the all caps. If I did upset you I apologize, but I stand firm on my statement.