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Administrator login my administrator account wont let me log on and wont let me change things how can i change another account to administrator without permission from the original administrator

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Have you tried logging in at localpc\Administrator with blank password?

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How do i login on as administrator on my computer?


Login With the Administrator Account in Windows XP Professional

Click the "Start" menu and then click "Log Off."

Click "Switch User" when the prompt screen opens.

Press "Ctrl," "Alt" and "Delete."

Click on "Administrator" when the "Log on to Windows" screen pops up. Type in the administrator password, if applicable.

Click "OK." You will now be logged in as the administrator.



Log On as An Administrator in Windows Vista

Start your computer and allow it to continue through its startup process. By default your computer will simply load directly to the primary user account (usually the administrator account), but if there are multiple users on the system it will load to the account login screen.

Use the mouse to click on the administrator account from the list of available accounts to log on. This step is only necessary if you've customized Windows Vista with more than one account or you have set the operating system to load the login screen first.

Enter the password required in the password field to log on to the administrator account.

Click the "OK" or "Log On" button once you have entered the password. This button may be labeled differently depending on the version of Windows Vista or any GUI (graphical user interface) changes you may have made.
Log on as an administrator from within the Windows Vista environment by clicking on "Start" and then "Log Off." As soon as you have logged off, you will be returned to the login screen where you can choose the administrator account from the available list.





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Jan 17, 2011 | Compaq tc4200 Tablet PC

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Forgot password


1. Start up into safe mode (press F8 at startup) 2. log in as 'administrator' 3. go into control panels, users, and clear the password on the account that you have a problem. 4. restart.

Aug 18, 2010 | Dell Studio 1535 Notebook

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Lost my administrator password, how do i remove it? i now have only bio scan access.


are you using windows XP if you are log into safe mode tap f8 upon powering the system till you get windows advance menu select safemode, in safemode log in try logging in as admiistrator leave password field blank if it logs in go to control panel and click user accounts change or manage user accounts select you log in with the lost password change the password or better remove the password then restart system log in using the user name u normaly use if it log directly that is good then ccreat a new password under that account profile ^_^ this should work but for vist and win7 it might be imoissuble to log into an administrator account you must at least know the password if you created one if not then reinstalling vista and win7 is the final option ^_^

Jun 05, 2010 | Alienware PC Systems Alienware M17...

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Trying to login to my account,it's not accepting my login,or anything


If you mean trying to log in to your computer using your Username and Password then I suggest trying to log in to the Administrator account and change your passowrd for the account you are unable to log in to

Once you are in the administrators account, check that there are no limitations on your account that prohibits you from logging in. To do this right click on My Computer and click Manage. On the computer management window click on Local Users and Groups, click on Users folder.

Where your username is right click and click on Properties. Make sure none of the boxes are ticked (especially Account is disabled - If it is untick) and tick Password never expires and click on Apply

Log out of Administrator Account and log in to your own

Oct 22, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Windows 2003 Server Login problem


If it is not logging you in it is because the login name or password is wrong (caps lock?) or the account is disabled or locked out or non-existant or you are attempting to log in to a domain that user does not have an account on. Make sure you are trying to log in to the local machine, capitalization is correct and your keyboard isn't inputting multiple characters when your intent is a single one. If you have a different account with administrative privileges, try that one and use it to reset the password on the preferred account.

If you can't log in as a different user, you will need something like ERD commander or http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/ with this plugin http://www.bootcd.us/BartPE_Plugin_Details/394/Change-Administrator-Password.html so you can boot from CD and re-set the password for the administrator account. Once you have it fixed, set up a second administrator account so you have a backup account to log in with, that allows you to do administrative things like reset passwords and unlock accounts, just in case.

May 21, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise...

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Acer Aspire M1100 Desktop - lost password, can't login in User Login. Is there a way to bypass the password?


If you're having trouble logging into Windows, you can attempt to use the Administrator account to edit/remove the password of the user login. The Administrator account is hidden by default while in normal mode. You'll need to boot the PC into Safe Mode and login as the Administrator account. Follow the below steps:

  1. Reboot the PC and before the Windows boot screen appears, tap the F8 key about once per second.
  2. Eventually you'll be faced with a screen asking you how you want to boot Windows. Select Safe Mode.
  3. You will see some dll, sys, and com files scrolling down your screen, this is normal. Eventually the PC will boot up and you'll have a login screen with your User Account(s) and a new account, Administrator. Select Administrator.
  4. As long as you haven't, in the past, altered the password for the Administrator account, you should be able to simply click this account and have it log you in. If it requests a password, you might try "password" (without quotes) for the password.
  5. Once in, Navigate to Start -> Control Panel -> User Accounts
  6. Select the User Login information that you're not able to log into and remove the password for the account or change it something you know.
You can now reboot the PC normally and be able to log into this account without a password or with the password you created.

Mar 05, 2009 | Acer Aspireā„¢ T180 PC Desktop

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My daughter has a clamshell laptop and she changed her master password about 2 months ago and can not remember it. Is there anyway to reset the password?


Resetting the original administrator account password Follow these steps to reset a password when there is only one administrator account on the computer, or if the original administrator account (of several) needs a password reset. "Original" administrator account refers to the one that was created immediately after installing Mac OS X. If the original administrator password is known, the original administrator user may reset the passwords of other administrator accounts using the steps described above.
  1. Start up from a Mac OS X Install CD (one whose version is closest the the version of Mac OS X installed). You should first disable Open Firmware password protection, if it is enabled. Hold the C key as the computer starts.
  2. Choose Reset Password from the Installer menu (or Utilities menu in Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger). Tip: If you don't see this menu or menu choice, you're probably not started from the CD yet.
  3. Select your Mac OS X hard disk volume.
Set the user name of your original administrator account.

Important: Do not select "System Administrator (root)". This is actually a reference to the root user. Do not confuse it with a normal administrator account.
  • Enter a new password.
  • Click Save.

  • If you want your default keychain to be unlocked automatically when you log in, synchronize your Keychain Access and account login passwords by doing this:
    1. Open Keychain Access (you can get to it by choosing Utilities from the Go menu in the Finder).
    2. From the Edit menu, choose Change Password for Keychain "login."
    3. Type the former password of the account that you are currently logged in to, then click OK.
    4. If you entered the correct password, a new window appears; enter the original password again in the Current Password field.
    5. In the New Password field, type the password that matches your current account password.
    6. Re-enter the newer password in the Verify field, then click OK.
    In Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, if you change your account's password using your Mac OS X Tiger Install disc (or if your network-based account password is changed due to a network admin forcing a password change), your default keychain password (which uses the same initial password as your user account) does not change. Because of this, you will be prompted to enter a keychain password each time an application requires authentication that your keychain would normally provide.

    I don't remember my original (former) account password If this is the case, you'll have to delete the keychain.
    1. In Keychain Access, choose Keychain List from the Edit menu.
    2. Delete the "login" keychain.
    The next time you log in to the account, you can save your current password in a keychain.

    If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
    Thanks, Joe

    Dec 04, 2008 | Apple iBook G3 Clamshell (M2453B) Mac...

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    Cant log into accout, Im the administrator ,it tells me wrong password


    turn on pc...hold down f8...boot to safe mode...login using 'ADMINISTRATOR' account...open control panel...change ur old account password...then restart pc...n login to old account using new password...

    Sep 14, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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    While tring to install a printer, a sign poped up saying we needed an administrator.


    Log off the computer or restart the computer and login with administrator account and password to install it successfully.

    If you don't have an administarator account then reboot the system in safe mode and login with administrator account and make a account which has admin rights.

    An administrator account user can only install the printer drivers or software.

    Aug 10, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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