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Probably not suppose to be revealing info like this being I know you have an administrator...but if you are working with him ;) I think I can help you out. There maybe different ways to do this...depending on how risky you want to get. And it also depends on what operating system it is, vista or xp? perhaps 7 (which I don't know about)? you can try typing "regedit.exe" (without quotes) in a notepad and save as "something.bat" the ".bat" is important. try that don't work, you might be out of luck unless you have admins password. if you need to get that (cause hes out sick or something), try typing "net user administrator *" (without quotes), the start IS IMPORTANT and save as something.bat. And if all else fails use the TRK bootdisk to get his password. Good luck, and I am not responsible for for what you do...this is info only :)
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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