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Some of us can be pretty fast on those virtual keyboards. Of course, with that speed comes a few mistaps that might accidentally stored a misspelled word into the phone's built-in word list. And the next time you type in that word, the phone will put in the misspelled one. Here's how to clear the list of user-stored words.
Go to Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Touch Input
> Clear data
There is no way that I know of to edit the list. This works for the Sprint HTC Hero, and will probably work for other Android phones as well.
I generally don't like telling people how to change passwords because they can go doing it to other people but for some people this is a life saver.
First of all you will need access of a account on the same computer. Unfortunately I haven't found a way to do it without going onto xp. If you don't have any other accessable accounts then try the administrator account unless it's in use as your account. If you can't see follow the instructions below. If you have got access skip this group of instructions and go to the next steps.
Get into administrator account: 1.) When starting the computer, press F8 continuesly until you see a black screen with writing saying how would you like to startup windows. 2.) Go to safemode with command prompt and click enter until you see the bootup screen(windows logo...). 3.) It should have the administrator account along with the one that you have locked. Go into the administrator account and if there is a password on that you'll have to know it from the company that gave you the computer because they generally put a password on it.
Change Password: Once you're in the account you'll see a black screen with writing. 1.) type in net user. It will come with a display of user names. 2.) With exactly the same format as on the screen(Uppercase/Capitals), type the users name after net user and a star as a new word after the name(e.g. net user Tommy *) 3.) Just type in the password you want to change it to and confirm it by typing it again.
Once you're finished just type shutdown /r and it'll reboot like windows normally does.
On your key board to the right of the number pad is a button called insert. Open a test doc and see it work. Type some words and press this button, then move the cursor retype then press the button again, one way will replace letters, the other will add new text. Hope this helps.
click start control panel Open User Accounts in Control Panel. On the Users tab, click the name of the user whose password you want to change, and then click Reset Password. In New password and Confirm new password, type the new password, and then click OK. Notes You can change passwords only for local computer accounts, such as guest, administrator, or accounts you create for your computer. You cannot change your network logon password in User Accounts. To change your own password, press CTRL ALT DELETE and then click Change Password hope this helps
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.
GO TO STAERT AND CKICK ON IT ... WHERE IT SAYS "RUN" TYPE IN CHKDISK. ALSO CLICK "START" AND CLICK ON "SEARCH" SEL;ECT ALL FILES FOR SEARCH AND TYPE IN CHKDISK .... THIS MAY TAKE A WHILE. IT WILL SHOW EVERY LOCATION OF CHKDISK.
CLICK ON EACH ONE AND CLICK OPEN OR RUN.
ALSO CHECK ADMINISTRATOR/USER TO MAKE SURE YOU ONLY HAVE ONE. ITS LOCATED UNDER CONTROL PANEL.