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I forgot my Administrator Password

Until now I was the only user in my computer and I didn't need to use any password, but I remember that I did store one for the admin when I installed windows XP. My roommate asked me to use my computer and after he messed up one of my files I decided to add another user and to block the access to some of the folders. Everything went great and I created the User, changed the folders setting and the way you login to my computer. When I did restart I have 2 users, but I forgot the admin password and I can't login with my user only the new user I created. I can't change anything because the new user have limited access. I can't believe I did something so stupid, please help I am desperate. HI MY LAP TOP IS A TOSHIBA IT DOES NOT HAVE A HINT TO REMEMBER MY PASSWORD AND NOW I CANT LOG IN PLEASE HELP

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While you lost windows os password, you can enter safe mode (F8 when booting up) to remove windows password when you lost user account password, but when you forgot admin passwords, there is no way to change it, you have to use tool to recover administrator password. Yesterday evening, I forgot my Windows administrator password. At last, I used Windows Password Seeker to retrieve my Windows password successfully. It's worth a try.
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If you forgot the Windows login password and want to recover or reset Windows password, there is two methods to help you reset the Windows login password:

Methods 1: Use the password reset disk to recover the Windows password, by this methods, you need create a Windows password reset disk before you have lost or forgotten your Windows password.

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Step4: Remove the forgotten Windows password on the operation interface and logon PC without password.

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Check out this site. super cool and offers a great solution to reseting your password

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