Anyone ever deal with this before? Let me tell you...lots of fun.
So I had XP Home and had one user "Quinn". I upgraded to XP Pro and for soe reaosn, I was now prompted with a popup login (similar to the one most people have and that I have at work) asking for a password for a user "matthew". I don't recall setting up this user (my name) and had no password, but if I hit OK I was logged in with no problems.
I looked into the User Accounts and saw that Quinn was still the administrator and that Matthew was a user. So I figred I'd keep it simple and got rid of Matthew since , well, I was Quinn and had no password for that account either.
Now, when I bootup, I get a prompt for Matthew but by entering no password, I can't get in. The same happens when I try with Quinn.
So after all of that here's where I'm at: I need to find a way to get into my computer and bypass the logins since I don't have passwords for wither accoutn (which are both mine and my names).
Does anyone have any easy solutions for me? A floppy disk I can setup from another computer to be able to get back into mine?
Your feedback is appreciated.