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Need my Administartive password to change my IPv4 address to gain access to the iinternet. Have ComCast.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should be able to do it using the above, if not then use orphcrack
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
START THE COMPUTER. DO THIS BY PRESSING THE POWER BUTTON. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL WINDOW LOADS TO PERFORM STEP 2.
PRESS F8 KEY ***BEFORE*** WINDOWS VISTA BEGINS START UP. THIS WILL PROVIDE A LIST OF OPTIONS FOR HOW TO PROCEED.
CHOOSE TO START YOUR COMPUTER IN "SAFE MODE".
OPEN THE START MENU.
OPEN THE CONTROL PANEL (from within the Start Menu).
SELECT "USER ACCOUNTS AND FAMILY SAFETY" IN THE CONTROL PANEL POP-UP WINDOW.
CLICK THE "CHANGE YOUR WINDOWS PASSWORD" LINK BENEATH THE "USER ACCOUNTS" SECTION.
CLICK "REMOVE PASSWORD". VERIFY AND SUBMIT.
RESTART YOUR COMPUTER NORMALLY. DO NOT PRESS F8.
TO RESET A PASSWORD, ACCESS THE "USER ACCOUNTS AND FAMILY SAFETY" MENU AGAIN. THIS TIME CLICK "CHANGE YOUR WINDOWS PASSWORD", PROVIDE THE DESIRED PASSWORD, VERIFY AND SUBMIT. THIS TIME, WRITE YOUR PASSWORD DOWN.
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Posted on May 09, 2009
I assume you are talking about the Administrator's password on the CMOS.
You need to Flash the CMOS.
You can do that in two ways:
Remove the battery out of the motherboard for about 15 to 30 minutes.
Then reinsert it again.
Locate the CMOS jumpers (usually near by the battery) and short it, changing its place as instructed on the motherboard's instruction manual.
Both methods will reste the CMOS to the default factory values and the Administrator's password will be overwritten.
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Posted on Jul 22, 2009
Open the computer case. On the motherboard, (looking from the bottom of the motherboard), in the bottom right quadrant, to the right of the CMOS battery, you'll see two jumpers labeled CLR_CMOS and PSWD. You'll want to move the jumper for the PSWD block to pins 2-3 for 5 seconds and then replace the jumper on pins 1-2. This will clear the CMOS password.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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