Hi I recently having some problem wt my laptop . (Compaq HP NX6110) . my "Administrator password" user doesn't work at all , I am only able to log in into Guest mode, but i am not able to use any applications ... I try to run the CMD and still doesn't recognize a single password ... PLS HELP ME !!!
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The first thing whichyou check if you forget login password. When we install Windows, itautomatically creates an account "Administrator" and sets its password toblank. So if you have forget your user account password then try this: Start system and when you see Windows Welcome screen /Login screen, press ctrl+alt+del keys twice and it'll show Classic Login box.Now type "Administrator" (without quotes) in Username and leave Password fieldblank. Now press Enter and you should be able to log in Windows. Now you can reset your account password from "ControlPanel -> User Accounts". Same thing can be done using Safe Mode. In Safe ModeWindows will show this in-built Administrator account in Login screen. Or you can use the third party password reset software like Windows Password Recovery Basic
is it definatley the administrator account, just just an account you use as an administrator? if its just another administrator account and not THE adaministrator, ctrl alt del twice at the log on screen if its the graphical log on, and enter administrator as the username. if its THE administrator account, download a copy of winternals, burn it to cd and boot from it, then use the locksmith utility. there is also a linux password reset disc for windows which is faster and easier but does require some conifdence with command line interfaces. or ultimateley, put the hard drive in a diferent computer or a usb caddy, backup your data, and re install windows.
if you have other accounts with the administrator or power users rights, you can log in with them, right click on my computer and go to manage (not usually on home editions of any windows) and find the administrator with in the users and groups section. right click and change password.
I have downloaded Windows Password Recovery Tool 3.0 from http://sn.im/resetwindowspassword. it not only supports XP, 2000, and NT, I have personally tested it with Vista Home Premium and Ultimate. It works perfectly to reset any local user account to a blank password. I Wrote it to an old 128mb USB flash drive do this.
Will your NX6110 allow you to get into the Bios before the drive lock password coes up? If it doesnt and you dont know the password, you have two options. One being to send the laptop off somewhere to get the password an pay thru the nose. The other is just to buy another hard drive and re-load your system. Those passwords are build into the hard drives and there is really no way to get the password easily. You could of course pay for a machine that will hopefully get your password, but why pay all that money just to use it once, or twice. It comes down to the facts of how importand is the data on your hard drive?
Nope, if you do not have the bios password, the only way to reset it is by accessing the motherboard, removing case and keyboard, and either removing Cmos coin shaped battery for one second, or bridgeing the Cmos reset jumper (that interrupts contact to battery, same as removing battery).