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cannot change root directory to /mnt/sysimage in Rescue mode

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I have forget the redhat6.2 passsword,now i go to rescue mode and type command
chroot /mnt/sysimage but it is showing me error....
cannot change root directory to /mnt/sysimage:No such file or directory
Plz help me to change the root password.

Manish
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