F you're locked out of your computer, you can use a program such as OphCrack to recover passwords for local accounts. The LiveCD is incredibly easy to use, just boot from it and it does everything automatically.
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Re: dell latitude c510 administrator password
If you're locked out of your computer, you can use a program such as OphCrack to recover passwords for local accounts. The LiveCD is incredibly easy to use, just boot from it and it does everything automatically.
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Hi,if you have another administrator account goto start> type cmd> type"net user administrator (your new password here)">enter if you dont have other account try to search internet some software can delete password from startup screen but you must write it on a DVD and make sure your first or primary boot device is your dvd writer, then follow the instructions kind regards
Dell Laptop with bios or hard drive password set ? Unlock your dell laptop using the link below if it display a message that says "this computer system is protected by a password authentication system, you cannot access the data on this computer without the primary or administrator password, when you turn on the computer. This message is what you get if the BIOS is protected by a password. or you get system disabled
Get the "Windows XP System Restore" CD-ROM disks specific to this computer from your friend. Restart the computer, and boot from the first CD-ROM, and re-install Windows, setting a password that you can remember.
This sounds like either a HARDDRIVE PASSWORD or a SYSTEM PASSWORD. Especially if the prompt appears every time you turn on the PC. If this is the case, all I can say is that you should write down the exact message and call up or chat with Dell Technical Support since they are the only one's who can give you a password for that.
If the password you're talking about is the Windows logon password, then I would recommend that you find someone who has an administrator logon, and from there you can actually remove the password of your account. You can also go into Safe Mode, then log into the Administrator account, and from there remove the password on the account you are using.
I believe I can help you. Is this a Windows password after it boots up, or is this a bios power on password before it boots? The bios password on a Dell is generally on a white screen when it's first powered. Get back to me, and I'll get you thought this.