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Once I had set a supervisor password for my Windows boot screen, but now I forgot that password.

I am unable to access the boot menu since it's asking for the password, and all of the menu options are disabled.

Is it possible to remove that password and can i get the boot menu default settings back?

Processor: Intel Pentium dual core (2)

OS : XP

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What do you mean by Boot Menu? Do you mean BIOS? – music2myear Nov 22 '11 at 19:17

Reset your BIOS, if you've set an administrator password there.

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Well,read the manual for that mother board. Many motherboards allow you to reset password by playing with jumpers.

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