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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Oct 04, 2010
Here is your only option besides trying to restore, or using the recovery partition to the way it was from the factory. If you do have to recover make sure you back up all important data to a thumb drive first. And for future reference always have two administrator accounts password protected.
There are numerous hacks that can be used, and I would advise people against
them. Instead, stick with XP and work through the problem. To restate the
problem, if the admin account has been disabled (to the best of my knowledge
there is no way to delete it completely!) you will come to the windows login
without a login name. You can press ctrl+alt+delete twice to pull-up a
log-in screen and when you type in "administrator" and enter your password
(if you have one!) it will say "Your account has been disabled. Please
contact your systems administrator." Obviously you can't go much further
with this. Instead, re-start your machine and keep hitting F8 and enter safe
mode with command prompt. You should be able to hit ctrl+alt+delete twice to
pull up a log-in screen again and re-enter administrator and whatever
password you may have. That will take you to a command prompt "C:\ documents
and settings/administrator." Now you are in business. Simply type "control"
at the prompt and press enter. This should bring up a message that allows
you to enter Windows recovery function, and it will also open the control
panel. Click on Administrative Tools and then Local Security Policies to
bring up the settings. On the left side bar you can select Local Policies
and then Security Options and Enable the Administrator Account the same way
you may have disabled it.
Thank you and good luck,
Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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