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       #60

    You're most welcome Jamie, and welcome to Seven Forums. :)
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       #61

    excellent tip works just fine
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  3. Posts : 71,275
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       #62

    Thank you Brian. :)
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       #63

    Why am i being asked for a password i never created? This computer will not boot up without a password. please help
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       #64

    Hello Drinkjoosecom, and welcome to Seven Forums.

    Go ahead and change or create a password for the user account that you want Windows 7 to startup automatically logged on to. Afterwards, do this tutorial again using the new password for the user account.

    Hope this helps,
    Shawn
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       #65

    Hey Shawn thanks for the welcome. I am stuck on the welcome screen i can not get passed it without a password. I was online all day yesterday then this morning I turned on my pc and this password thing came up
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       #66

    You can use this tutorial below to reset your password, then hopefully be able to log in to your account afterwards.

    Password Reset
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       #67

    i tried everything and im still stuck on the screen you have posted on the 1st page of this trend
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       #68

    Did you use your Windows 7 installation disk to try the tutorial in the link I posted above to reset your password?

    If you have or not able to, then try creating a system repair disc to a USB thumb drive using OPTION TWO in the tutorial below instead. You can then boot from the USB thumb drive and try the tutorial above again to reset the password.

    System Repair Disc - Create
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       #69

    no i did not. i restarted the computer pressed f2 which brought me to the screen shots you posted in you reply to me. i tried to change the reboot order but couldnt
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