password ???????? wrote:
> got this emachine at a pawnshop and went to restore to factory settings and
> ended up at a restore point now it is asking me for a password...no disk or
> anything any help would be welcomed?
With second-hand computers, especially if acquired from strangers
but perhaps even if acquired from a family member or friend, your wisest
course of action would probably be to format the hard drives and start
fresh. You don't want to get in trouble because the original owner may
have filled the hard drive with kiddie ****, or have problems because
the original owner downloaded/installed viruses or other malware.
If no disk was provided with the computer, you'll need to purchase your
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