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PASSWORD RECOVERY MY SON CHANGED MY PASSWORDS USERS AND ADMINISTRATORS ARE NOW STOCK CAN NOT LOG IN. WHAT SHOULD I DO? MY PRODUCT IS A LIFEBOOK LAPTOP MODEL-S7010D WITH WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

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Forgot administrator password for my emachines computer EL1352G-41w


You can reset administrator password with Windows built-in administrator account:

1. Log on with the guest account on windows, then right click computer, and choose Management.
2. Expand Local Users and Groups and Users in the console.
3. Right-click Administrator account and select Properties.
4. On the General tab, clear the Account is Disabled check box.
5. Close the console.
Now the super administrator account is successfully enabled. Next, you can easily reset the forgotten admin password from "Start->Control Panel".

If the above method can not help you, you can use Smartkey Password Recovery Bundle to help you to reset the password, and see the detail direction from http://www.recoverlostpassword.com/products/passwordrecovery.html.

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Reset password on emachine 355


If you have forgotten your password if you have another user account with administrative privileges you can log into that account and change your original user accounts password from the User Accounts applet in Control Panel.


If you dont have another account like this set up or dont have the password to it you will need to log into the built-in Administrator account.

In XP Home boot the computer into Safe Mode.


Do this by repeatedly tapping the F8 key as the computer is starting up.

This will get you to the right menu


Navigate using your Up arrow key the mouse will not work here

Once in Safe Mode you will see the normally hidden Administrator account

The default password is a blank

In XP Pro you do not need to go into Safe Mode

At the Welcome Screen do Ctrl-Alt-Del twice to get the classic Windows logon box.

Type in "Administrator" and whatever password you assigned when you set up Windows.

If you reset the built-in Administrator accounts password in Home or have Pro and dont remember the password there are ways to change the password for that account to a blank


hope this helps

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Forgot my password


This is simple if you download the SmartKey Windows Password Recovery software make it bootable cd or dvd . And start the booting from this cd and flow the insrrctions on screen you will go to password recovery option and set all the password for administrator and if you get admin pass you can change all use passwords.
Details in:
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Is there any way to get on a latitude 2100 if you don't know the password. My son cant remember it. Thanks..


Are there any other accounts on the computer that you know the password for? If so, you may be able to log into one of them as an administrator and change your son's password. You didn't say what operating system, but look in Control Panel / User Accounts, if you can get in.
There are several third party password recovery tools out there. Use at your own risk.
You can always reinstall Windows on the machine, but you'll lose all the data.

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Mar 11, 2010 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Lost password after reinstallation


There are a couple methods which you can try:

When the computer first boots Windows you can press F8 to access an advanced boot menu.

From there you can choose to boot the computer in "Safe Mode" which changes the system start-up mode.

There should be a hidden user that appears as "Administrator" that you can select...

(When Windows is installed for the first time there is an option for the "Administrator" password. This password is not required and is usually left blank. If you left the password field blank then clicking on user will log you in automatically. Otherwise, you're required to enter the original password you choose to protect the system.)

Log-in into windows as "Administrator" and create a new user in the control panel that you can log-in to the system normally with.

Restart the computer and log-in under the newly created profile to regain access to your system.



If you can't log-in under your user or the administrator profile because you forgot both passwords you will have to do an advanced recovery process, or wipe the system completely.

(Here is a link for a Linux Boot CD image, burn to a disc and boot to change the Administrator password in Windows XP/Media Center/Server 2003 Systems.)

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=RI2D9V90

If this doesn't work you can boot to an alternative recovery disk, Windows CD/DVD, partitioning software, or third party password recovery tool.

When all else fails, you can delete and create a new partition; then you would have to run the Windows setup again to recover your Operating System and drivers.


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Hi i bought a emachine computer a couple years ago for christmas and my mom was using it and set a password in which she forgot and i was wondering how can i eset it


I think Windows Password Seeker is the best Windows Password Recovery Tool. It is utilized to recover lost consumer and administrator passwords utilized to log on to house windows working systems. it is a fast, simply and effective to recover your forgotten or lost windows password. it could backup the Password storage space document earlier to clearing the password. The backup allows you to restore your computer to the state before removal . http://www.passwordseeker.com

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I forgot my password to my computer and now i can not log in


By removing password on WINDOWS LOG-I, here a tip on how to remove the password.
# Before the windows system boot up press F8 then will appear Windows Configuration command then select SAFE MODE.
# Wait until it comes up to the screen and you will see the 2 USERS "ADMINISTRATOR" in "USERNAME".
# Go to Control Panel and select USER ACCOUNT.
# Click on "USERNAME" then remove the password.
# Restart your COMPUTER and the windows system will direct you to the DESKTOP.

Hope this might help you my instructions. Good luck!

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Lost password to acer laptop


restart pc, when its booting back up, keep pressing F8 to get windows to start in safe mode, select safe mode, then windows will start with no drivers and large desktop icons, and an administartor account will be on the desktop.

Click on the admin account and go to control panel,click users icon, then click change an account, choose your account then click on delete password, restart pc and you will be able to log in

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