Just how many passwords can you memorize

Subject: General Tech | September 4, 2007 - 12:07 PM |
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So you changed your password just before you went on holiday, or picked on so complex it will never be guessed; even by you.  Maybe you just had a brain fart.  Whatever the cause, your XP machine will not boot for you because you've forgotten the password.  Don't panic, there is help for you in the form of a guide from PC Stats.  Reading through it might also give you enough time to remember the password on your own, which is a much easier route.

"Ever wondered how to recover or reset a forgotten password in WindowsXP? In this guide, PCstats will explore the

various methods that can be used to password protect computer systems, and how to defeat them if you lock yourself

out. We'll start with non-user account related passwords, like the computer BIOS password and Internet Explorer

passwords, and proceed on to methods of breaking into your system again if you manage to completely lock yourself

out."

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Source: PCStats
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