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Log-into your desktop screen as you usually do. Then click start followed by Control Panel. Once you are in the control panel double click Users. Now select the option to change how users log on to Windows. Options appear, I want you to select the option to enable administrative rights. Once selected click Apply followed by ok. Now shutdown your computer and power on again. Log in and now try to install your printer. Please if you need more information give me a shout.
You didn't say what version of windows you use. With some versions you can bypass the password in the safe mode. When the computer starts press F8 until it starts to beep. This gives you the option of starting in safe mode. When you get to the screen where you should put in the password you get the option to log in as administrator with no password required. Log in, go to control panel, find your username and change or delete the password.
If you cannot get in this way there is a program available from http://www.windows-password-recovery.net/ which costs 36 euros or 49 dollars. When you pay for it you get the option to download an image file which you burn to a cd. You can then boot any windows computer with this cd and it gives you the option to delete the log on password without going into windows. You then remove the cd and restart windows with no password.
You need to find your "Operating System CD" sometimes they give you this sort of stuff with your computer but if not, find one from somewhere. Put the CD in when the computer starts and you will see a message saying "Press any key to boot CD" or something similar, boot the CD and press install Windows XP - when you have pressed F8 to agree to Terms and Conditions, it will give you an option to overwrite your current system or Repair. Click repair and it will start installing stuff. DONT WORRY - its not deleting your information its just fixing your computer. When the installation has finished, you will be sorted! - Make sure its a Microsoft windows XP CD though, otherwise you cannot repair your system.
you will require windows cd to reset or remove the password,first boot
with cd and you get option to press any key to boot with cd ,press any
key now windows will start copying files ,dont worry we are not
reinstalling windows so keep up the installation process till you get
the screen which says installing devices and windows time will be
approx. 39 minutes to complete installation quickly press Shift
key+F10 this combination will stop windows installation and new window
will pop that gives you option to reset and remove password. Now do as you like and remove windows cd , It
is the best possible solution you may find in all of cyberspace ,no
harm to computer is done ,i hope you will be happy to use this
technique and help others as well.
Please try to start from the beginning and reformat the hard drive by shutting down the system with the cd drawer open. Then insert the windows disk and turn on the pc then the drawer closes and when it tells you boot from cd press enter. Then windows will load. It will give you a couple of options. Always choose format partition. Then you should not have any problems. Unless your hard drive is bad.
og on to your computer with safe mode Steps 1. Start your computer 2. As soon as you see the first black screen when the computer starts , keep on pressing F8 You will see advanced options menu Select " Safe mode with net working" Now your computer will give you an option to log in with the administrator username You need to log in with Admin and then goto control panel and change the password for your username ...
If this does not work then plz reply back stating the Operating system you have like windows XP, vista , 98 , 2000 etc...
boot up the pc but keep pressing F8, this will start you in safe mode screen.
When the options come up choose last known good configuration and let it reboot.
You should now get into windows, if not then the system files will need repairing using you XP cd, so you will need to set your bios by pressing F2 or Del on boot up, select advanced cmos settings and change your cdrom to first boot device and then save and exit, insert your cd then when prompted hit enter to boot from cd.
When the installation files have installed press R for repair and not install as none of your files or docs or settings will be lost if you just press R for repair