Ok i really dont get what you explained for me to do...i have tried just about everything i can imagine..i dont have to money to buy and iso disk program or any of that.. i am using a guest account on my computer and i have absolutly no privlages..help me plz thank you
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Hi, just boot the system u will get the user selection screen.on the keyboard press CTRL+ALT+DELETE at the same time,there one screen will appear,on the username u can type as administrator then login.on ur desktop select mycomputer,then rightclick,u can see manage option clik there,another window will open on left side local users&group-click there on right side doubleclick on user,then select ur user(forgot password)right click set password -proceed-ok.the password will reset. OR on desktop my computer icon not available,then go to START-CONTROLPANEL-ADMINISTRATIVETOOLS-DOUBLECLICK ON COMPUTER MANAGEMENT-there u will get local user&group-then the same procedure above mentioned.
This all-in-one password recovery software will surely help you out. It is capable of resetting forgotten or lost Windows Administrator login password, and recovering lost password for multiple web browsers, mail clients, FTP clients, chat messengers etc. Windows Vista, XP or 7 etc operations systems are all compatible. Good LUCK!
I would like to introduce "Windows Login Recovery". It not only supports XP, 2000, and NT, I have personally tested it with Vista Home Premium and Ultimate. It works perfectly to reset any local user account to a blank password. I Wrote it to an old 128mb USB flash drive to recover windows password. Booting up and clearing a password takes a minute or two works like a charm. You can download it from http://www.windowsloginrecovery.com
You should probably move the hard drive to another computer to be safe and download the saved files you need. That may be hard to do as sometimes windows will lock you out of the Documents and Settings Directory. You can use Vista though to take ownership of those directories and get your saved information.
I do notice that a lot of people that password their computers are a little sloppy when installing windows though. They kind of skip over the initial user login and password for Admin. Try logging is as Admin and use nothing for the password and see if you can log into the computer. A lot of people just hit enter when they see this screen which makes Admin and user with a blank password.
if you are logged on the computer
click on start-settings - control panel - administrative tools - computer management
expand users group
right click on administrator - click on set password
and leave all textboxes empty
and ... that's it