moderated Re: incorrect Windows Password created

John Covici

the Winpe is no longer necessary, in recent versions of Windows 10,
just hit control-windows-enter and it will talk for most sound cards.

On Fri, 20 Dec 2019 13:28:40 -0500,
Jim Ruby wrote:

Hi Randy I only see a win pe build for windows 7, is there a build
for windows 10? looking at the second link "read me text file
indicates there should be one in the folder, but there is not.


On 12/19/19, Randy Barnett <> wrote:
Use Win PE to boot into a talking environment then run the program for
passwords. I cant remember the name of it but it will be easy to figure
out.links to the docs and the file to create the boot USB below:!ArI9mdteFUZIgdROYbtr_7dpHfeAAQ?e=3IPTlp!ArI9mdteFUZIgcZpRM4KmCX0h-ycEw?e=hLF6sR

On 12/18/2019 7:37 PM, Jim Ruby wrote:
Hi, My gf does not remember her password and it is not linked to her
phone so she can not get a code to reset her password. Anyone have
instructions on creating a windowspe usb boot and instructions to
remove the password?

I did do a search on windowspe as it has been ages since I mest with
it and there is quite a lot to read though.

If anyone has any instructions to save me some time that would be

On 12/10/19, Marty Hutchings <> wrote:
Rod, It seems that the solution to this situation is, or would be
to my problem that I had a couple of weeks back with my HP desktop that
solved by booting with Win 10 PE and clearing passwords with NVPW edit.

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against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against
spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.
Therefore, take up the full armor of God, so that you will be able to
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From: Rod
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2019 2:58 PM
Subject: incorrect Windows Password created


While this wouldn’t be the proper listserv on which to post this, given
it was the result of an inaccessibility issue with JAWS, I am posting
in case one of you have had to deal with this and can be of help.

Last night, I attempted to change my Windows 10 password. The field was
inaccessible and JAWS was not reading it correctly. In hindsight I
have just walked-away, but I proceeded to change the password. After
the computer on today, the password I thought I created has not been
working. Essentially, I am locked-out of my computer.

Any tips, ideas please to recover from this without having to format my
drives with tons of data on there?

Thanks a bunch!


Rod Alcidonis, Esq.

From: David Griffith
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2019 10:56 AM
Subject: Re: Turning off download announcement in Chrome

This has also been driving me mad for months now, Brave does the same
as it is based on Chrome.

In the end the solution I found is not to use chrome to download
unless it is tiny..

For download only I return to the old trusty Internet explorer – just
I after pressing windows key and it will probably come up but keep on
if it does not.

Press control O and paste in the download link. In IE you will probably
have to press F6 to go to the notification bar to confirm whether you
to open or save the download.

After this however if you alt tab away from IE you will not be, unlike
annoying Chrome announcements, me bothered by the download status.

Alt tabbing back into IE will resume the download status announcements
you can press control J to check on the progress of your download.

David Griffith


Sent from Mail for Windows 10

From: ann
Sent: 10 December 2019 15:06
Subject: Turning off download announcement in Chrome


Is there any way to get Chrome to stop announcing a download in progress

and its time remaining every minute or so? It's very annoying for a

longer download. I've gone in to Chrome settings,and blocked all

notifications, but this has no effect.



Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
How do
you spend it?

John Covici wb2una

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