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Old 03-17-2013, 16:48   #1320 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by edgsam View Post
Sorry, but free support for that model is not available yet.
Looks like your options are limited to either contacting Dell support (They can help you) Here:
or pay a commercial password site.
Such as:
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I saw this thread and it is exactally what happened to me! OK, so I did a dumb thing. I've got a Thinkpad running W2K Pro and I bought it from a previous employer. Worked great for 3 years, and I got a new one and wanted to xfer the data to the new one and was told that if I configure it for a home network it would be easy.

Went into the Network Identification screen and changed it from a "Business Network" to a "Home Network" and then it forced a reboot.

After the reboot it will not recognize my user name/password .... nada.

So ... called IBM & Microsoft and they said to log on as the Admin and reset the password for my account. Sounded simple but ...


Is there a way to get around this or am I forced to lose the data and re-install the operating system.

Please Help and tell me there is a way????

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