Logging onto Windows

  Bonzy 09:26 04 Jul 05
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Hello friends. I've had to take over an office pc which is a client on a domain. That pc contains lots of information that we can't afford to lose. The user left work and tracing her wont be easy. This pc is running WinXP Pro. This morning I tried to use it, but after powering up, I couldn't log onto windows. I tried to bypass the logon window by clicking cancel it insisted on the password of the username that appeared. What do I do in this case? We can't afford to clean the hdd by formating, rinstalling windows etc. What's the way around this problem? thanx in advance.

  VoG II 09:34 04 Jul 05

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