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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Password can be removed via the printer port
What you need is a password removal tool, It removes the Bios and start-up passwords.
It costs about £5.00. Easy to build but it costs more to put the kit together.
I think you were quite hard on the assistance.
People here are just trying to help. At least appreciate that!
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
Is this before the system gets into windows or is this a Windows Password? There are two Types of Passwords, The normal Windows one, and A BIOS system that will not allow you onto the System at all. There are two ways of fixing a BIOS password, 1). (and not all that common) There is a Master BIOS password that will reset all other passwords, This will take some research on the internet to find, But If you can find this, It will fix the BIOS password in no-time. 2). Remove the CMOS battery FOR 30 Seconds to 1 Minute. This may be a bit more difficult on a Laptop, But if you cannot get to it, Bring it into a Store, Most people will do this for little to no charge. Removing this Will reset the BIOS to default, So make sure you copy all the Settings so you can put them back to normal Before doing this.
Now if this is a Windows Password, you have no choice but to bring this in, Most Stores do have programs that Can Change the .SAM file. This isnt easy to do, So I would let a Professional do so
Posted on May 29, 2008
You will need to boot in safe mode (f8 after restart) and try the administrator account.If you do not know the the password for any account you will need to create a boot disk to reset the password.
This is a good place to start:
I have used this many times to reset passwords on XP systems:
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
Log into your computer as administrator to do this. Most likely the password is Administrator, Admin or something like that and the password will be either blank or the same as the user name 'Administrator' or 'Admin'. Once logged in as administrator you can change the computer passwords and users accounts.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
For your Windows Vista administrator password?
I had also faced the same problem,
I succeed in reseting my Windows Vista password using Windows password Seeker
1.Download Windows Password Recovery from Password Seeker Official site
2.Decompress the Windows password Recovery Tool and note that there is an .ISO image file. Burn the image file onto an blank CD with the burner freely supported by Password Seeker.
3.Insert the newly created CD into the locked computer and re-boot it from the CD drive.
4.After launched the CD, a window pop up with all your account names(if you have several accounts) select one of the accounts that you have forgotten its password to reset it. Just one press, you have Crack windows password.
You can try, Good luck!
Posted on May 08, 2010
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Follow the below mentioned steps, make sure that you are not doing this on a shared computer, If you do this on a shared computer everyone who uses this computer will have access to your gmail account.
Click on "start" go to
programs/all programs and click on Internet Explorer
On the top bar click on "Tools"
and then click on internet options
box will pop up
Click on "Content" tab
Click on "setting"
besides "Auto Complete"
Put a tick the box which says
"user names and password on forms" and "Prompt me to
Click on "OK" on
"Internet options" box as well
Close Internet Explore
Now when you'll try to login to
your gmail account Internet Explorer will as you to save the
From now whenever you will open
gmail it will have your password saved
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