The LOG ON screen blocked me out of one of my XP PRO partitions ASKING FOR a PASSWORD even though I NEVER USE PASSWORDS on this machine. THIS HAS HAPPENED BEFORE in the recovery console. I tried all browser passwords ,"registered user name", "computer name"and "ADMINISTRATOR" all were a no-go. This has only happened on machines with DD10 installed. IS BOOTWIZ the culprit? I could only surmise that it is so. I suggest that to keep BOOTWIZ and XP PRO from creating their own passwords that you use a password for each administrator's account. In addition to a paper list I also keep all passwords on a folder in "MY DOCUMENTS" of each partition (and on all HDD's). This way by using WINDOWS EXPLORER I can look up the password of any partition from any partition, as all 4 XP Partitions are visable to each other here). Only AFTER REPEATED attempts did the repair console finally work without asking for a password. I recovered the partition by "KICKING" it by using BOOTCFG /REBUILD in the repair console and reentering BOOTWIZ's weird BOOT.INI for the lost partition (CHKDSK /r's "KICK" did not work). IT finally let me in by typing in "ADMINISTRATOR"!! Talk about having good luck! (Previous to this only a click on the "OK" box let me enter the partition).