Question about Computers & Internet
There is a very simple way to solve your problem, as long as you have access to any account on that same computer (it doesn't need to be the administrator account).
1.click start 2.click run 3.type "cmd" into the field and press enter 4.a command prompt will open. 5.in the command prompt type "net user x newpassword" with x representing the account name, and newpassword representing a new password for that account. (without quotes of course) 6.press enter, and it should complete with no other messages.
now, you should be able to log out, and enter the new password for the account for which you lost the password.
hope that helps :)
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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