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    Here you go copy+pasted this


    Introduction

    Let me guess - someone created a password on your computer and you can't login to Windows now? Fortunately, the fix is usually really easy to perform and requires virtually no computer skills.

    Windows XP has two types of User Accounts: Computer administrator and Limited. You need to login as any administrator to delete any other user's password.

    Login as an Administrator

    When you first turn on the PC and load Windows, you'll either be presented with the Welcome screen or the login window. Both serve the same purpose here. You can switch from the Welcome screen to the other window by hitting the CTRL-ALT-DELETE keys.


    The Welcome screen


    In this case, I could click on the "test" account and proceed to delete the password on the "Dan" account, since both are administrators.

    If you see an "Administrator" account, click on it to try and login without a password. Remember you can reset the password using any administrator account, even if it's not yours!

    Hit CTRL-ALT-DELETE and bring up the "Log On to Windows" prompt if you don't see an Administrator account without a password.

    When you see the "Log On to Windows" window with a user name and a blank password, try typing Administrator in the user name box and leave the password blank, then hit OK.

    Once you're logged into Windows as an administrator (which you can determine later), read on to learn how to remove the password.

    Most OEM PCs (such as HP, Sony, and eMachines) running Windows XP come from the factory with an administrator User Account fittingly named Administrator. However, this account may not show up at the Welcome screen or allow you to login at the login screen (except in Safe Mode). To start your PC in Safe Mode, hit F8 repeatedly immediately after powering it On. Once you've logged into Windows (even in Safe Mode) you can proceed to remove the password.

    Removing the Password

    Once you're in Windows, open the Control Panel (Start, Control Panel) and go to the User Accounts option. You'll see all User Accounts listed here. Under the User Account name it will either list it as an "Computer administrator" account or a "Limited account".

    Click on the account name you're unable to access. On the left you'll see the option "Remove my password". Click "Remove Password" at the next screen. Now when you log off, you'll be able to login without a password.

    Even better then mine, mine way has to dissemble your whole computer

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    did she block all the porn sites or just that one ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by evan80 View Post
    YouTube - Hacking any Administrator Account (Work,School,Home) ECT

    here this worked at my school now i got admin powers!
    acsess denied. bummer

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    Quote Originally Posted by [D]ima Funk™ View Post


    acsess denied. bummer
    yeh do something wrong?

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    insane you found something thats he's not looking for... he has parental control on his user account he wants admin access

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRobot™ View Post
    Here you go copy+pasted this


    Introduction

    Let me guess - someone created a password on your computer and you can't login to Windows now? Fortunately, the fix is usually really easy to perform and requires virtually no computer skills.

    Windows XP has two types of User Accounts: Computer administrator and Limited. You need to login as any administrator to delete any other user's password.

    Login as an Administrator

    When you first turn on the PC and load Windows, you'll either be presented with the Welcome screen or the login window. Both serve the same purpose here. You can switch from the Welcome screen to the other window by hitting the CTRL-ALT-DELETE keys.


    The Welcome screen


    In this case, I could click on the "test" account and proceed to delete the password on the "Dan" account, since both are administrators.

    If you see an "Administrator" account, click on it to try and login without a password. Remember you can reset the password using any administrator account, even if it's not yours!

    Hit CTRL-ALT-DELETE and bring up the "Log On to Windows" prompt if you don't see an Administrator account without a password.

    When you see the "Log On to Windows" window with a user name and a blank password, try typing Administrator in the user name box and leave the password blank, then hit OK.

    Once you're logged into Windows as an administrator (which you can determine later), read on to learn how to remove the password.

    Most OEM PCs (such as HP, Sony, and eMachines) running Windows XP come from the factory with an administrator User Account fittingly named Administrator. However, this account may not show up at the Welcome screen or allow you to login at the login screen (except in Safe Mode). To start your PC in Safe Mode, hit F8 repeatedly immediately after powering it On. Once you've logged into Windows (even in Safe Mode) you can proceed to remove the password.

    Removing the Password

    Once you're in Windows, open the Control Panel (Start, Control Panel) and go to the User Accounts option. You'll see all User Accounts listed here. Under the User Account name it will either list it as an "Computer administrator" account or a "Limited account".

    Click on the account name you're unable to access. On the left you'll see the option "Remove my password". Click "Remove Password" at the next screen. Now when you log off, you'll be able to login without a password.

    Even better then mine, mine way has to dissemble your whole computer
    This for xp i have windows. plus ctralt delte wont work


    Quote Originally Posted by evan80 View Post
    yeh do something wrong?
    YOu cant change the admin pass withouth admin privalages.

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    windows what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRobot™ View Post
    windows what?
    I have windows 7 x64 Home Preminum. and she was smart enough to hide the Administrator account. so in safe mdoe it wouldnt show up.

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    Go somewhere else?
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    mhm

    i live in texas

    i was at the grocery store with my son. He saw a mexican guy, and he said "Look daddy! a mower man!"

    he's 4 yrs old

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatup777 View Post
    Go somewhere else?
    /facepalm.

    /read topic again

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    gimmi a sec looking for it

    Try this, Go to cmd and type

    "net user administrator /active:No"

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRobot™ View Post
    gimmi a sec looking for it
    lol thanks.
    anyway i cant even put dlls into C:/ so annoying


    Quote Originally Posted by iRobot™ View Post
    gimmi a sec looking for it

    Try this, Go to cmd and type

    "net user administrator /active:No"
    Access Denied

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    Go to CMD and type
    Code:
    net user administrator /active:No

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRobot™ View Post
    Go to CMD and type
    Code:
    net user administrator /active:No
    yeah access denied. bleh

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