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Can't log in my user as administrator

When trying to log in administrator/user, it says it doesn't recognize my profile. My daughter can still log in under her user, but many things require administrator password but it doesn't recognize it when I put it in.

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May be you can try this
start under command promp
first you create an user

  • c:\user\jjjuuu\net user user user /add
than make that user become an administrators
  • c:\user\jjuuu\net localgroups administrators user /add
restart the pc than on a windows login with that username that alredy create, aftertaht you can edit other username became administrators or any thing.

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