In this situation, you shoud reset the admin password with windows password tool. I recommend a program called Windows Password Seeker which has been recommended at about.com. You can Google "windows password seeker" or download it from www.passwordseeker.com. It can reset almost all Windows passwords in seconds. It also compatible with windows 7.
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start control panel Open User Accounts in Control Panel. On the Users tab,
click the name of the user whose password you want to change, and then click
Reset Password. In New password and Confirm new password, type the new
password, and then click OK. Notes You can change passwords only for local
computer accounts, such as guest, administrator, or accounts you create for
your computer. You cannot change your network logon password in User Accounts.
To change your own password, press CTRL ALT DELETE and then click Change
Passwordalsoif you want set a BIOS passwordduring the boot up process you will see on the screen for a short amount
of time to press a certain key to enter set up Press and hold that key during
the boot up process to enter BIOS scroll down to set user password or
supervisor password you can change or remove your password from there also click start control panel user
accounts on the users tab click the name of the computer
administrator you can change the password therehope this helpsyou should make a note of any passwords
and keep them separate to your computer incase of memory lapses
at Windows XP's Welcome Screen, simply press Ctrl-Alt-Del keys sequence
together twice, and you will be shown a Log On to Windows menu where you
can specify the User Name and Password. In the User Name text box, key in
"Administrator" (without quotes) and leave the Password field blank. Then
press Enter or click on OK. If there it is not a password protected
Administrator account, or blank password is set, then you will be able
to access the Windows with full administrative privileges as
Then simply click start > control panel > User accounts then select your sons account and click edit then click remove password. once done simply log off and then log in to your sons account and no password will be asked for. If your son is the root administrator then you will need to get software to reset the password for you
You shouldn't need a disc to set up your router, just try logging in to it through a web browser. Try typing either 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.0 to get to your router's configuration page. If you are unable to logon because it is password protected, you will have to perform a factory reset. You should be able to find out how to perform a factory reset by looking at your device's physical manual or on the manufacturer's website.
Hope this helps!
try turning it on again when you get to the log on page if your daughter has set up a log on with a name and password type in your name (be precise a computer is)if she has placed a password in for logon again be specific make sure the caps lock (capital letters) is off/on what ever applies to the password logon
hope this helps
Access the Administrator's account and create another account or do the necessary changes, like virus scanning, driver updating, etc..etc.. To access the Administrator's account in Windows xp, once the system boots upto the windows logon screen (where you are going to type in your password), press Ctrl+Alt+Del twice, the classing logon box will pop up, there type in "Administrator" and username and leave the password blank and press Enter. (If you had changed the administrator's password, use that one)
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now type: net user käyttäjä
(remember to change the 'käyttäjä' with your own username)
it will show something similiar to this:
C:\Users\Käyttäjä>net user käyttäjä User name Käyttäjä Full Name Comment User's comment Country code 000 (System Default) Account active Yes Account expires Never
Password last set 11.1.2008 11:30:25 Password expires Never Password changeable 11.1.2008 11:30:25 Password required No User may change password Yes
Workstations allowed All Logon script User profile Home directory Last logon 17.2.2008 13:01:20
Logon hours allowed All Local Group Memberships *Administrators Global Group memberships *None The command completed successfully.
Note I bolded the LOCAL GROUP MEMBERSHIPS. Seems I have administrator rights in my pc. how about yours?
When you remove the battery from the motherboard wait after few seconds (30), reboot your computer without the battery and press the BIOS key (F1 or F10 or DELL key) will not ask you any password. Turn it off and Then put back the battery.