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The above solution is fine, but if you would like to be extremely adventurous, you can try to recover that password. There are utilities with the Knoppix STD package. It's a bit complicated, but I've changed the password on a Windows 2000 machine with it. I was able to see my passwords on my XP machine, but didn't try to change them. I'm not sure it'll work with Vista. Their web site is http://www.knoppix-std.org/ You can read about it in the Tools and FAQ sections.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
I hope your operating Sytem is Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium.
Please re-install the Windows Vista Operating System and you choose upgrade option ( PLEASE DON'T CHOOSE NEW INSTALLATION). during the setup you can create new password for 'Administrator' user and you will not possibly loose your data.
NB: Please don't choose "NEW INSTALLATION" because if you select this option and continue setup all your data existing in hard disk may loose.
All the best from FixYa
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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