Asus f5 laptop , during the initial start up where it asks you to type in user name and password, the keyboard just beeps with each keystroke and does not let me progredd if i hit next...it just says these characters are not valid and lists the examples, and they have not been typed anyway....it just seems like keyboard is locked out...i wondered if it had to do with keyboard setup , ive tried various typed with no luck....any ideas??
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In Windows 7, like Windows Vista, when you install the operating system, you are asked to enter a user name which will be the primary local user that will use this system.
Like in Windows Vista, in Windows 7 the built-in Administrator's account is disabled by default. Furthermore, this account is not associated with any password
The new user which is created during the installation is configured to be a member of the built-in Administrators group, and in fact, can be used for any management task. That use is in fact equivalent by all means with the original built-in Administrator account.
However, there may be situations where one would like to use the built-in Administrator account instead of that "new" user. One of these might be when you're building a system for cloning purposes, and would like all cloned machines to be able to use the built-in Administrator's account. Note that since that account does NOT have a password, enabling it without properly setting a password for that account will open a serious security opening on your system!
To enable the built-in Administrator's account by using the Local Users and Groups snap-in please follow these steps:
Open Local Users and Groups. You can do so by typing lusrmgr.msc in the Start search box or in the Run command and pressing ENTER. Or, you could open Computer Management by right-clicking Computer in the Start menu and selecting Manage.
Expand System Tools > Local Users and Groups > Users.
Right-click the Administrator account and select "Set Password
In the"Set Password for Administrator" click "Proceed".
In the"Set Password for Administrator" enter the Administrator's desired password twice, and click "Ok".
Next, enable the Administrator's account. Right-click the Administrator's account and select "Properties".
Un-chek the "Account is disabled" check-box. Click on the "Ok" button.
Administrator's account is now enabled and configured with a password.
It seems that you have lost your username or password.Please try type username and password correctly as both are case sensitive.If this not work for you fallow the fallowing procedure: 1.Start your pc in command prompt mode for that you should press F5 as soon black screen disappears. 2.In command prompt mode type as shown in fallowing manner: C:\net user It will display all the users on your computer. 3.If you want change your password then type as fallows: C:\net user (desired user name) (new password) (new password) 4.Then reboot your system.You will be able to login with your new password now1
Do you need to reset vista or xp users password? Ihas a little trick that dig it for you from tech-hack forums. The method is very easy to follow and doesn't require any complicated commands. The method is free to use and you don't need to pay hundreds of dollars for some utility for unlocking lost windows passwords. Just follow next simple steps: First thing you need to do is to start command prompt or CMD. There is two ways to do that: Press F8 when Windows XP start up (before windows xp logo - progress bar for loading) and choose "Save Mode Command prompt" option If you are logged in: click on start -> Run, type "cmd" and press ENTER. In command prompt window type command "net user" or "net users". You will see the list of users that are created on current running OS. Type "net user" "user name" "*". You will see that windows will ask you to enter new password for that particular user account! No super user privileges needed. Just type new password two times and you are done. Example of process: If the administrator username is "administrator" then command for changing its password will be: "net user administrator *". Note: quotes (") in the post are just for highlighting the word.
There is a way you can log on bypassing the password although there is a password set.
here's the fix
Go to start > run > type control userpasswords2 uncheck the box that says user much enter a user name and a password to use this computer, then select the account which you want to loginautomatically, click apply, it Will ask for the user name and the password, fill both and you are good to go. next time you start your computer it will automatically log into that account..
Make sure domain settings to your server are correct on the notebook computer. These settings are located in the control panel of the system setting.
Whats the operating system of your server?
Make sure the firewall in windows security is turned off too. Sometimes that thing sneaks up on you.
I haven't used the home edition of Vista but another reason why it might not be working is because it isn't the business version. Microsoft might have added extra security to prevent the home version from connecting to a server. I know we use the business version of Vista at work and it is working that way on the intranet server without a problem.