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I am fairly new to this field and have join the list to learn, grow
and contribute as much as I can.
I recently inherited a 486 machine. The person who previously used
the machine is no longer with the company but had set a password on
the screen saver in control panel of windows.
Since I am currently working on a sensitive project for my company, I
would like to use the password feature. However, I have not figured
out how to have the system accept a new password without my putting in
the old password...which I don't know.
I would appreciate receiving suggestions on how to get around putting
in the old password or will I have to re-install Windows to get a
Thanks for you help!!
-- Barb R. --
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