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How do you recover your password in Windows XP?

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Answered 2011-02-11 08:32:26

In windows XP, assuming the question deals with how to recover the administrator password if lost, make a new standard profile and go to here: Start>Run>cmd.exe

type in 'Net User (Your Username Here) (Your Password Here) Add Groups Administrators' and it should work.

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