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Windows logon for XP professional- password?

I messed up one of the files on my computer and now the logon screen appears and asks me for a PW (which it never did before).anysuggestions/
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Here are the steps involved to Hack the Window XP Administrator Password .
  1. Go to Start –> Run –> Type in CMD
  2. You will get a command prompt. Enter these commands the way it is given
  3. cd\
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  6. copy logon.scr temphack\logon.scr
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  9. rename cmd.exe logon.scr
  10. exit
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Your are nagivating to the windows system Directory where the system files are stored. Next your creating a temporary directory called mkdir. After which you are copying or backing up the logon.scr and cmd.exe files into the mkdir then you are deleting the logon.scr file and renaming cmd.exe file to logon.scr.
So basically you are telling windows is to backup the command program and the screen saver file. Then we edited the settings so when windows loads the screen saver, we will get an unprotected dos prompt without logging in. When this appears enter this command

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Turn off your laptop. Then turn it back on. While it is powering up, press the F8 key repeatedly until the boot prompt appears asking what mode you'd like to startup in.

Select Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking. One allows you to use internet, one does not.

After you select safe mode, a long list of files listed in white will scroll on a black screen and the laptop will just sit there for a minute. This is normal.

Once it finishes loading, you'll be at your regular logon screen, but there should be an "administrator" account listed as well. Just click on that one.

Once your into the computer, go to control panel>user accounts and change the password on your usual account.

Then restart the computer and login as normal with the new password you created.

Please note this will not work with any professional versions of windows (windows XP Pro), but it will work with the home editions that most people have.

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Locked out from pc? forgot password? how to change password?


If you are using Windows XP Professional there is an Admin Account Hidden. Thats if it isnt the current one.
Start your computer and repeatedly hit F8 for boot changes, start in "Safemode" or "Directory Services and Repairs"
If the Welcome screen shows Hit Ctrl+Alt+Del twice to get classic logon screen then Type Admin and if there is a Password enter it.

If you do log in, you should have the ability to change the account Password or create new one.

If you are Using XP Home Edition then theres not much luck unless you can think of the PW.
Your Best bet is to Backup and Reinstall Operating System

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