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Computer won't let me log in as administrator, only as guest tried to log into my computer as usual but wouldn't let me log in only as guest

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My name is d.j. and log me as an administrater

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Press Start.
Press Run.
Type in control userpasswords2.
Click okay.
Change the password of administrator.
If I have any typos please do not say anything.

Posted on May 04, 2010

Windows XP? you can go here and try this if you have a bootable windows XP CD?

http://www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/2006/10/22/reset-or-change-administrator-password-on-windows-xp/

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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I am trying to download Adobe Air & I keep getting the error that my Administrator setting will not allow this. Contact my administrator. What is an administrator and how do I fix this please?


sir you need to log on that computer as a administrator.




the computer what you are log its not on admin ,Its shows that its on the guest or user .
Details to change to Admin
start-control pannel - Windows user then click on the add /delete user its your choice you can either add a new admin or delete all user and make 1 admin when you click om the new user it will ask for computer Administrator click on that your problem is solved

Nov 14, 2012 | PC Desktops

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How to Reset Windows Password With an Standard User Account?


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on Dec 24, 2010 | PC Desktops

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My guest account has a black screen cant log on but my icons are there?


Are you the administrator for this computer?...Are you the only one or the main one who uses this computer?....Is this you're computer?
You may need to create a new profile for administrator...or guest...Go to Control Panel...Users...Change Accounts...and make the changes....

Oct 29, 2010 | PC Desktops

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HOW DO I REMOVE THE GUEST ADMINISTRATOR WITHOUT BEING AN ADMINISTRATOR ON MY COMPUTER SO I CAN DOWNLOAD THINGS ON MY COMPUTER


You question is not that specific so i can't give you the specific answer, there're several ways to configure this settings, but it depends on the Operating system you are using. If you are using windows Xp, log off from the desktop and press Ctrl+Alt+Del simultaneously on the login screen (sometimes you'll need to press several times), a small logon window will pop up, type administrator on the username box and if a password was set with the administrator, key in the password, or if there's none, just press enter after typing the "administrator". After you are logged in with the administrator account, go to control panel - user account - create new - and create an account (any username that you want to give) with the administrator privilege (rights) {you should select Computer Administrator}. Again log off and login using the new username and password (if you've set a password). Now with that account, you can do anything with your computer. If it's not Xp then the problem is difficult being without the administrator's rights. If you have another account with administrator's rights, then you can disable the Guest account. Good luck Thanks for using FixYa.

May 30, 2010 | PC Desktops

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When I hit the menu button it says menu control locked, how do I fix that


are you log in through as administrator or guest???if your a guest as you log in some of the programs are not permitted to access try to check if you are log in as administrator..

Feb 06, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 530s Desktop Computer...

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(A)Can't login in as admin,guest only, tried safe mode no success (B)Recovery problem:error code 2


Try logging in as administrator in safe mode if you have not tried that already. Some of the newer spyware/malware has been disabling admin accounts and wiping out recovery points. I battled some spyware last week like that.
When you get into safe mode are you only getting in as a guest or are you able to get in as another user?
Let us know how it goes.

May 20, 2009 | PC Desktops

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My administrator account is corrupt and i can not log into it, but luckily i have the guest account turned on but with this account i can not create a new account like an administrator one. so how do i...


Without using 3rd party pay-for tools, I would recommend locating the Windows CD that came with the machine. I would then boot to the CD, and use the Recovery Console option. When you get into the recovery console, you should be able to log in using the administrator password only. This doesn't load the Administrator profile, it just uses the password for permissions reasons. I would then navigate to the Documents and Settings folder (assuming this is XP) and rename the Administrator profile folder to something else. Once you rename this folder, restart the computer, log in as Administrator again, and Windows will create a new profile for the Administrator, and leave your old one alone. Once you're logged in, you can browse to the old profile and get your files and pictures back.

May 11, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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"The display control panel is unable to change display settings. You may not have appropriate administrator roghts to change this settings"


two thoughts...one...try and do it anyway...it just may be a nag and let you pass if you are the administrator.
second...who ever log on first is the administrator. Log off and Log back on in that position.
Another though- (three) if you have guest log on, turn it off on the control panel (USERS) and that may make the machine understand who the administrator is.
Hope this helps you my friend...good fortune

Apr 21, 2009 | PC Desktops

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System won't go past profile page..stuck


It seems that the Guest account profile is corrupted because of which you are unable to log in as like in previously.

In the Profile Login page, hold the Ctrl and Alt keys and press the Del key twice.

This will give you a window where you need to enter the User name and Password.

Enter the User name as administrator and leave the password column blank if you have not set any Password to the administrator account or enter the Administrator password if you have set any.

Now once you are loged into the Administrator account, create a new User from the Control Panel > User Accounts.

Set the required limitatios to the account like limited account or administrator account and log off from the administrator account.

Now, you should have the newly created user account available in the login page. Select it and you should be able to login.

Aug 11, 2008 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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I put a password on my computer & then made a Guest Acct and i forgot my password. Is there anyway to get it reset or something?


log in as an administrator account then from there you can delete the guest account and create a new one.

if you do not know the administrator account then you need to go into safe mode for the computer. to get to safemode, just press F8 while the computer is booting up until you are given a menu. From the menu, simply select "Safe mode" and then login to the un-passsworded admin account. once you are inside just delete the guest account there and create a new one.

Jun 27, 2008 | Toshiba PC Desktops

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