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1. Your Dad's computer must have remote login enabled for you to get into it's file system. Generally, you must also have an administrator-level account (user name and password) on that computer.
2. If your Dad's computer is set up as a webserver, and you want to change the website remotely, then it would have to have a link for a site administrator login. This should be a secure (https) page.
Those things have to be set up at the computer by someone with administrator level access. If nobody knows the password for an administrator level account on that computer, there probably is not much that can be done other than to go to the computer and copy or e-mail whatever files are accessible. Some people sell "password unlocking" software, but I cannot vouch for its effectiveness, nor its security - if it contains a Trojan Horse it would make the computer open to whatever hacker installed the Trojan Horse.
On the other hand, if your Dad had a webpage set up on a web hosting service, you do not need access to your Dad's computer to get to it. If you don't have the administrator username or password for the page, you may be able to get the hosting service to provide you with access once you show your legal authority to do so. This also holds for e-mail accounts.
If there has not been an administrator password placed on the computer, you can put administrator in the user name box, then hit enter. XP has an administrator account, but no password set. A BIG hole anyone can use. I recommend that you password the admin account to prevent hacking.
If you are talking about a specific password for the motherboard, you will have to contact that manufacturer, or Acer.
don't worry man just if you know the password and you don't know the user name , then simple way is to change the user name from the control pannel named as user account , click on change and then write the pasword and the account name but it is only poissible when you know the current user name or the 2nd way is format the window, it is the simplest way
O.k. Then what this person did is set up an administrator password during the XP install. This overrides the key administrator account in safe mode and only allows his/her account to exist as the administrator. The computer is still good and usable, unfortunately, without the password the operating system is not. You will have to wipe the hard drive, reformat (NTFS), and reinstall the operating system. Sorry, no easy way out on this one.
if its windows XP, the administrator work was set to the very first user name created before you started changing it. just try to remember the user name you first used in doin the changes, it could administrator also, try typing that and leave the password blank see if this work... allen "ally"
then for bios password try to remove the cmos battry for while then put it back for some systems the password may not go off. in that case, the password is stored in a chip the 24co2 ic which i can not locate the actual position. thank u
n plz tell me the extend uv gone if this helps.