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My dos command & reg edit was disabled by adminitrator,how to solve this problem?

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Hello,

First I must ask who is the Administrator of your computer? If this belongs to you then I would suggest making a boot disk with a password cracker on it. Without being able to access Regedit you can't modify the CMD Prompt or anything else. So the only solution is to ask who ever has the Admin password to up your rights or for you to wipe the sam password for the admin account. I don't have a link for the software I use, but you could try out this one. http://www.rixler.com/windows-password-recovery-bootdisk.htm Once you wipe the password for the Admin account go in and raise the rights on your account. That way if the Admin account gets a new password you will still have elevated rights to your account.



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Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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