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Hi Press the Windows Logo Key

Press the Windows Logo Key and 'r'. This should give you the Run window.
Type lusrmgr.msc and press Enter. Click Continue if prompted for permission.

In Local Users and Groups, click Users, then on the right, double click the
account you are using.

Make sure there is no checkmark in "User cannot change password". If there
is, remove it and click OK, then close the Local Users and Groups window.

You should now be able to change your password.

If there was no checkmark, then I'm out of ideas.


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