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Just got first laptop and I do not know if I set up my password wrong or something but it isn't working. is there something i can do to reset the password


mk. so this trick only works with windows operating systems. DONT BE SCARED! Master recovery (at startup you press the button to interrupt the operating system loading such as the ESC button. You want to recover your system so F11 or something) will not restore your computer to its previous password. It will remain the same. It will only recover what you deleted, uninstalled, and other dangerous changes to your computer. But here, I will guide you. If you have HP Support computer, select the center panel and go into command prompt. In the command prompt, type exactly:
cd C:\Windows\System32
copy cmd.exe cmd1.exe
rename sethc.exe sethc1.exe
rename cmd1.exe sethc.exe
exit
then click on all the cancels (this will restart your computer).
on a Normal Computer (that does not have HP Support), try the master recovery (follow same procedure until you get to a desktop and window) when it asks you about using system restore, click NO. When the error message appears, click on see details, scroll all the way down and click on the text document link (ending in .txt). The text document comes up. Click on File then Save As... Up pops another window. DO NOT SAVE YET! Browse to C:\ (or the letter of your main harddrive. you can always tell when it contains the folders with the names program files, windows, and users) then click on windows then click on System32. Find cmd.exe (It looks like command prompt, all black with C:\ on it) then right click on it then select copy. Find sethc.exe (a blue ball that you see at the login screen that says accessibility tools) and rename it to something else like sethc1.exe. THE FILE EXTENTIONS ARE VERY IMPORTANT! Find your copy of cmd.exe (like cmd-copy.exe or cmd(2).exe) and rename it to sethc.exe, and click on cancel, and get out of there. You may realize that sethc.exe is triggered (even on the logon screen) by pressing the shift button many times in succession. So trigger sticky keys (that's the official name of sethc.exe) by shifting too much, and you get a command prompt instead. So type in the command prompt:
net user
And you get a list of all the users that are active on the computer. Pick yours. I will represent it with USERNAME here in my example:
net user "USERNAME" *
And it will reply:
Type a new password for USERNAME:
Confirm new password for USERNAME:
And you reset your password! See if you can log on now! If you can, great! now you need to go and really recover using master recovery because you don't want anybody else doing that on your computer and trolling you. Hope this helps.

Feb 18, 2014 | Gateway LT41P04u 10.1-Inch Touchscreen...

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I bought the LT series touch last night.i was setting up activations and password my daughter touched the keyboard and it interferred with my password. This is my first Laptop and I feel really dumb..


Mk. so this trick only works with windows operating systems. DONT BE SCARED! Master recovery (at startup you press the button to interrupt the operating system loading such as the ESC button. You want to recover your system so F11 or something) will not restore your computer to its previous password. It will remain the same. It will only recover what you deleted, uninstalled, and other dangerous changes to your computer. But here, I will guide you. If you have HP Support computer, select the center panel and go into command prompt. In the command prompt, type exactly:
cd C:\Windows\System32
copy cmd.exe cmd1.exe
rename sethc.exe sethc1.exe
rename cmd1.exe sethc.exe
exit
then click on all the cancels (this will restart your computer).
on a Normal Computer (that does not have HP Support), try the master recovery (follow same procedure until you get to a desktop and window) when it asks you about using system restore, click NO. When the error message appears, click on see details, scroll all the way down and click on the text document link (ending in .txt). The text document comes up. Click on File then Save As... Up pops another window. DO NOT SAVE YET! Browse to C:\ (or the letter of your main harddrive. you can always tell when it contains the folders with the namesprogramicon1.png files, windows, and users) then click on windows then click on System32. Find cmd.exe (It looks like command prompt, all black with C:\ on it) then right click on it then select copy. Find sethc.exe (a blue ball that you see at the login screen that says accessibility tools) and rename it to something else like sethc1.exe. THE FILE EXTENTIONS ARE VERY IMPORTANT! Find your copy of cmd.exe (like cmd-copy.exe or cmd(2).exe) and rename it to sethc.exe, and click on cancel, and get out of there. You may realize that sethc.exe is triggered (even on the logon screen) by pressing the shift button many times in succession. So trigger sticky keys (that's the official name of sethc.exe) by shifting too much, and you get a command prompt instead. So type in the command prompt:
net user
And you get a list of all the users that are active on the computer. Pick yours. I will represent it with USERNAME here in my example:
net user "USERNAME" *
And it will reply:
Type a new password for USERNAME:
Confirm new password for USERNAME:
And you reset your password! See if you can log on now! If you can, great! now you need to go and really recover using master recovery because you don't want anybody else doing that on your computer and trolling you. Hope this helps

Feb 18, 2014 | Gateway LT41P04u 10.1-Inch Touchscreen...

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Prolink h5201


No. You must use a 5V ac adapter/power supply.
But are you certain that you need 5V ac to power your modem ? Where are you located Jane ?

22.April.2014

Feb 16, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Desktop and taskbar are being hidden by white screen


First you have to get administrator privileges (if you already do, Ignore this) but when starting up your computer get into recovery mode (Esc then F11, or whatever you have to do in the startup menu). If you have HP support on your computer, click the center panel and go into command prompt cmd prompt you cd to System32 folder on windows 7 (like C:\Windows\System32). you do that, then follow this order very carefully: copy cmd.exe cmd1.exe then rename sethc.exe sethc1.exe then rename cmd1.exe sethc.exe then get out of recovery mode, but typical people have NORMAL COMPUTERS. when you try to recover, hit cancel when asked about system restore. When the error message pops up, click on the details, open the text doc, and click save as. In that window, you browse to C:\Windows\System32 and basically do what you can do in the cmd prompt. copy cmd.exe, rename sethc.exe, then rename cmd.exe's copy to sethc.exe, then reboot normally. trigger sticky keys (hit shift many times) which brings up the command prompt. You can type explorer.exe into it to bring the taskbar up. click on the show desktop button

Dec 08, 2013 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Password Recovery,cannot get on to my Packard bell easy note as I cannot remember my new password and it isnr accepting my old one either, i have tried for almost 3 evenings to get on to it but it wont...


First you have to get administrator privileges (if you already do, Ignore this) but when starting up your computer get into recovery mode (Esc then F11, or whatever you have to do in the startup menu). If you have HP support on your computer, click the center panel and go into command prompt cmd prompt you cd to System32 folder on windows 7 (like C:\Windows\System32). you do that, then follow this order very carefully: copy cmd.exe cmd1.exe then rename sethc.exe sethc1.exe then rename cmd1.exe sethc.exe then get out of recovery mode, but typical people have NORMAL COMPUTERS. when you try to recover, hit cancel when asked about system restore. When the error message pops up, click on the details, open the text doc, and click save as. In that window, you browse to C:\Windows\System32 and basically do what you can do in the cmd prompt. copy cmd.exe, rename sethc.exe, then rename cmd.exe's copy to sethc.exe, then reboot normally. at the login screen, trigger sticky keys (hit shift many times) which brings up the command prompt. You can type explorer.exe in it to bring up SYSTEM's taskbar, which probably has internet explorer on it. That is the only browser that works on it. Warning: it may disappear randomly and make your computer slower. But SYSTEM has admin privs! do as you please. But to get your password changed, use the command prompt, type net user "USERNAME" * in order to reset your password. You are welcome.

Nov 19, 2013 | Exercise & Fitness

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Bypass LED on the ups is on


This an excerpt from the UPS's manual:
The Bypass LED illuminates indicating that the UPS is in bypass mode. Utility power is sent directly to connected equipment during bypass mode operation. Bypass mode operation is the result of an internal UPS fault, an overload condition, or a user initiated command through an accessory. Battery operation is not available when the UPS is in bypass mode.

Jul 19, 2009 | APC Smart-UPS 1000VA UPS System

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I lost my prolink web cam drivers and software


I am making the assumption that your web camera is the Prolink PC1320. If it is the try the following link:

http://www.prolink2u.com/downloads/drivers/accessories/PCC1320_Driver.zip

If this isn't the driver that you need, please let me know and include the model of the camera that you have. I will then find the correct driver/software for you. Binary Bob

Nov 29, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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