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Forgotten code to access my PC

Product: G1N99EA#UUW

Model: 15-j119so
Hello. I’ve initiated my College-degree, and are in need of a Windows PC, cause my old Mac couldnt Cut it. I’ve been told that a mediocre PC with 8 GB RAM could run the large drawing program Revit that we’re using.

Im in possession of a 2014 Windows 8 HP Notebook with the serial nr and model nr mentioned above. Question is: Do u think my HP will be able to perform these tasks? And if yes; it takes a code to log onto the PC whenever it’s been closed/shut Down, which i cant remember. It needs to be resat to it’s original State anyways, so question is how that is solved fastest/easiest.

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The "code" you're asking for is your Windows password and Passwords can NOT be recovered; instead, they have to be reset.

We are not permitted to assist in resetting passwords due to HP Policy.
For Admin password resets, you have to contact your regional HP Customer Support location directly for assistance.
System Resets require the current password, so until you get that straightened out, you are stuck.

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