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then boot a windows live cd, if youve got a rootkit it can hide itself from scanners, sooooo id advise linux again, but if you dont you could try dropping the drive in another pc and scanning

As for long password i dout its that if anything if the pasword was too long then the end program would usualy truncate the passowrd:thumb:
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How do I secure my Windows 7 login? I'm aware there are recovery password hack software that can get hold of the Windows login.
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Good question. I'd like to know that too!
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If someone has access to your disk you dont ^_^ tis game over

unless you use full drive encryption ie bitlocker or truecrypt to protect the pc
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Originally Posted by Ulquiorra View Post

If someone has access to your disk you dont ^_^ tis game over
unless you use full drive encryption ie bitlocker or truecrypt to protect the pc

What if my PC fails, and I need to get hold of files I had on my C:\ partition. So if I take out the disc and use it as an USB on another PC, will I be able to get hold of the files I want? I remember I had this problem long time ago, when I didn't do backups, and when I was in this scenario I think the files where locked, and it was asking me for permissions or even for the Windows login password (I really don't remember well), but eventually I don't know how, I got hold of the files I wanted, using the disc as a USB on a different computer.

How will this work now? And how will this work if I have encrypted my disc, and need to do that scenario again, using my disc as a USB on a different computer.
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What if my PC fails, and I need to get hold of files I had on my C:\ partition. So if I take out the disc and use it as an USB on another PC, will I be able to get hold of the files I want? I remember I had this problem long time ago, when I didn't do backups, and when I was in this scenario I think the files where locked, and it was asking me for permissions or even for the Windows login password (I really don't remember well), but eventually I don't know how, I got hold of the files I wanted, using the disc as a USB on a different computer.

How will this work now? And how will this work if I have encrypted my disc, and need to do that scenario again, using my disc as a USB on a different computer.

Sounds like you had Windows XP back then. Most likely with an admin account on Windows 7 you will just be asked for permission to access admin rights,you just click yes.


OP,just wanted to say thanks for this thread,very valuable! thumb.gif
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