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Changing power up password

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Hi,

I have a windows 98 machine and it has a power up password.  I was how I go about changing that password.

Thx,
Rich
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Question by:cookmyster
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    Hi cookmyster,

    You can do so from the BIOS (you should see something like "Press XX to enter setup" in most computers it's DEL, F1, F2 or F10)
    There look at the security options or advanced settings.

    Greetings,

    LucF
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    Go into the control panel then click Passwords. Click on Change Passwords tab and click Change Windows Password. Type the info in the required fields.
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