Hi dear !
actually i have got 3 user accounts including one administrative account. i can access to rest two account but whenever i try to log in administrative account window starts rebooting all the time. even if using some other user account if some how i have to enter the administrative password again windows goes to restarting. i have tried all optins like safe mode, command prompt, system restore ... but no one helped me plz suggest me some helpful tip except system recovery.
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Check is the user u have logged in has the administrator rights.
Try to un-install the application from different user account.
or try to use some 3rd party uninstaller to uninstall the application.
Computer administrators have access to make certain changes on a computer that other users may not have.
Administrators have full freedom to install and uninstall programs, move files around and make changes to the Windows registry.
There are actually three ways that one may become the administrator on their computer; during the initial setup, change the settings in the Control Panel or by having the current administrator change the permissions on the account.
Set up an account during the initial setup of Windows on the computer.
During the setup wizard, you will be asked to set up an administrator account.
Choose the account name, user icon and password to set up the administrator account.
Change your account permissions if there isn't an administrator account currently setup.
During some installations Windows users were allowed to install the program without setting up an administrator account.
Click on "Start" then "Control Panel" to open the Control Panel.
Click on "Users and Accounts" or "Users Accounts and Family Safety".
Click on "User Accounts."
Click on "Add or remove user accounts" then "create a new account".
Assign the new account administrative privileges, a user name and password.
Click "OK" and close all windows. Log in under the new Administrator account.
Have the current administrator change your account privileges from "User" to "Administrator". She can do this by following the same steps described in Step 1.
Instead of creating a new account, she must click on your current account and then apply the new permissions.
If you don't remember the administrator password then login to the user account who has administrator acess. After logging into that users account you would be able to change the Administrator password. After logging into user account follow this steps to change password.
Click start--> go to Run--> Type "compmgmt.msc" without inverted codes--> select "local users and groups" there you select "users" in right hand side you can see "Administrator" select that option "right click" there you will get an option as "Set password" select that and change a new password.
You should actually have 2 accounts. One is called Administrator and appears when you start your operating system in safe mode. It has no password by default so you should still be able to access it.
Restart your computer and keep hitting 'F8' until you're prompted with a menu. Select something along the lines of 'Start Windows In Safe Mode' and Windows will load. Just login to the administrator account and remove the password. It might also be a good idea to put a password on the admin account and keep it somewhere safe.
If that doesn't work then reset the password via the jumpers on the MOBO. See below:
Assuming that you have a Pentium Processor:
Shut down your PC. Detach Power plug. Open your CPU case. Touch casing or metal to ensure grounding. You will see 3 pins on the mother board. In that 3 pins first 2 pins are closed with a jumper. Take the jumper off & replace it on the other two pins. Now try to turn on your PC. It should open Windows without asking you for password.