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I recently damaged the screen on my HP Notebook...now my main concern is that I have Roboform installed and on my taskbar. The trouble is, because the screen is totaled, I can't see anything, and I discovered, to my horror, that I haven't backed any of the IDs and passwords up to a text document. Of course, I cannot access any of my content that hosts an ID name and password at all unless I can access Roboform that is installed on the notebook!

Now hopefully I have ordered a SATA/USB cable to access the hard drive that I now removed form the notebook will I be able to access roboform that way and ALL the log-in details?

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closed as not constructive by Simon Sheehan, terdon, Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007, Breakthrough, BBlake Dec 11 '12 at 12:35

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It is probably possible, but how should we know if you are able? Please make your question more specific, something in the line of "how can I recover my login informations?" or "where are the login informations stored?" And please read the FAQ (thats never wrong to do). –  Baarn Dec 10 '12 at 22:16
Can you not just plug it into a monitor or TV? –  ekaj Dec 10 '12 at 22:16
What is the model of your notebook? –  That Brazilian Guy Dec 10 '12 at 22:59
As ekaj stated, use alternate video. Most laptops have some sort of alternate video out (vga, svideo, dvi, displayport, hdmi, etc) and you can usually make basic changes to the output with keyboard commands (either switch display or mirror it). –  MaQleod Dec 11 '12 at 1:20

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