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Forget administrator password

Dear sir, As i hve forgetten administrator password in windows XP and can't install any thing bcoz there is no rights to install any thing for the user. so how to remove the administrator password pls tell me thanking you

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    i set administrator password but unfortunetely i hhave forgotten it n i would lke to reset it so that i can log on with administrator power

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    having trouble with adding in the serial number.I put in my laptop number and it still sends a invalid number pop up what else can I do

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I lost my windows xp administrator and I don't want to re-install it again because I have lost of important data in my PC so, Please advice me

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You can remove or change win password with this program:

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You cannot remove an administrator password for the initial windows set up you have to reinstall windows, but if you mean that you have not got administrative rights in the user set up you you will have to set up a new user, but again if you do and you still cannot get administrative rights you will have to reinstall windows.

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This is how you remove the password go to start ,control panel on the right hand side double click that and go to user account click on the icon computer administrator and that will open to a new window and you will see remove password you got to type in your current password and then go remove

Posted on Sep 07, 2007

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I forgot my administrator password for windows xp on an emachines computer


Follow the below steps to enable Windows XP built-in administrator account:
  1. Log on with the guest account on XP, then right click computer, and choose Management.
  2. Expand Local Users and Groups and Users in the console.
  3. Right-click Administrator account and select Properties.
  4. On the General tab, clear the Account is Disabled check box.
  5. Close the console.
    Now the super administrator account is successfully enabled. Next, you can easily reset the forgotten XP password from "Start->Control Panel".

If the above method can not help you, you can use Smartkey Windows Password Recovery to help you to reset windows xp administrator password, and see the detail direction from http://www.recoverlostpassword.com/products/windowspasswordrecovery.html

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Three Tips for Windows XP Administrator Password Recovery


Unlike Windows 7 and Vista, the default administrator account on Windows XP is enabled and not password protected. And by this unique feature, you can easily reset a forgotten login password to Windows XP when you are locked out of computer. But if you added a password to this built-in administrator account before and now cannot remember its password, what will you do to reset this forgotten Windows XP default administrator password? Here's some advice on <a href="http://www.anypasswordrecovery.com/windows-xp-administrator-password-recovery.html">Windows XP administrator password</a> recovery for you if your Windows XP machine is in use.<br /><br />Tip 1: Take advantage of password recovery disk<br /><br />Provided a password reset disk for the default administrator account is created in advance, Windows XP administrator password recovery can be completed within a few clicks.<br /><br /><img src="yaoch_1.png" /><br /><br />Step 1. Go to Windows XP logon screen and enter a wrong password for the administrator account.<br /><br />Step 2. Press Enter to pop up the "logon failed" dialog box, and click "use your password reset disk".<br /><br />Step 3. On the Password Reset Wizard screen, click Next to change this administrator password.<br /><br />Tip 2: Try Windows Password Recovery Software<br /><br />If you forgot Windows administrator password without a password reset disk, don't feel impressed. <a href="http://www.anypasswordrecovery.com/" style="font-weight: bold;">Rekeysoft Windows Password Recovery</a> can solve your problem. It allows you to create a password reset CD/DVD to reset lost Windows XP administrator password.<br /><br /><img src="yaoch_2.png" /><br /><br />Step 1. Download and install Windows Password Recovery.<br /><br />Step 2. Burn a bootable password reset CD/DVD.<br /><br />Step 3. Boot your locked computer form the CD/DVD.<br /><br />Step 4. <a href="http://www.anypasswordrecovery.com/reset-windows-xp-password.html">Reset Windows XP password</a> under Win PE.<br /><br />Step 5. Log on computer via this administrator account without password.<br /><br />Note: With intuitive GUI, you can defeat Windows XP administrator password within a few clicks, regardless of your level of computer knowledge. 100% recovery rate guaranteed.<br /><br />Tip 3: Use a user account with administrator permission<br /><br />It is well-known that users can create 2 kinds of administrator account on Window XP. One is a user account with administrator privileges while the other is the built-in administrator account. So when you forgot Windows XP default administrator password, you can log on computer with another kind of administrator account and then do as follows:<br /><br /><img src="yaoch_3.png" /><br /><br />Step 1. Right-click My Computer icon to select Mange.<br /><br />Step 2. On the coming up classic computer management window, expand Local Users and Groups folder, and then expand Users folder to display all user accounts on this computer.<br /><br />Step 3. Right-click Administrator and select Set Password option.<br /><br />Among these tips, it's highly suggested you try tip 2 that changing Windows XP password with Windows password recovery software as it is can be applied to every lost Windows password circumstances. And it is simple and fast.

on Apr 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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What is the Windows XP Administrator Password?


<p>Windows XP, the most popular versions of Windows, was widely installed by PC users. Do you remember after you installing your first copy of Windows XP, how long did it require you to realize that you didn't know the administrator password? I vaguely remembered that it was about a week before I needed to make some changes in the file system. It suddenly came to me to be logged on as an administrator, but I do not know the password of the administrator! <br /> <p> <br /> <p><img src="windows-xp-administrator-password.jpg" /> <p><br /> Luckily, Windows XP (both Home and Professional versions) have a "hidden" administrator account which is autogenerate when install. This account usually doesn't show up on the logon screen and most people are totally unaware of its existence. Usually it is ok because we didn't need to user this account very often, only when we don't know the administrator password, need access to the Windows XP recovery console or boot into Windows XP safe mode, the default <b>Windows XP administrator password</b> would come in handy.<br /> <p><br /> What is the Default Administrator Password in Windows XP?</b><br /> <p><br /> Knowing the default password of Windows XP administrator account would be very useful.<br /> <ol> <li>Try to leave the password blank. Simply press Enter without typing anything.</li></ol> <p>The default Windows XP Administrator password is defined to blank during the initial Windows XP installation process.<br /> <ol> <li> Enter the password for your account. It often depend on how Windows XP has been installed on your computer and what part of XP is asking for an admin password, the main user account will also be configured with administrator privilege.</li></ol> <p><br /> I Forgot my Windows XP Administrator Password!</b><br /> <p><br /> Windows XP User Accounts applet in the Control Panel functions is to create a password reset disk wizard. Using this wizard, a floppy disk or USB flash drive can be used to create a specific password reset disk for specific user account on a specific Windows XP computer. The password reset disk can only be used with the computer it was created on and it can also be reused to reset the account's password multiple times. However, you need to know the password of the account you want to create the reset disk for, and you must create the reset disk before you forget the administrator password <br /> Here is how to <a href="http://recoverlostpassword.com/products/windowspasswordrecoery.html">reset XP administrator password</a> with the XP password reset disk:<br /> <ol> <li>Insert the XP password reset disk to the computer</li> <li>Click the Use your password reset disk item on the XP logon screen to start the Password Reset Wizard. Click the Next button</li> <li>Follow the instructions to create a new password. </li> <li>Logon with the new password.</li></ol> <p><br /> I Didn't Create a Password Reset Disk!</b><br /> <p><br /> OK, if you <a href="http://recoverlostpassword.com/products/windowspasswordrecoery.html">forgot Windows XP administrator password</a> and don't have a password rest disk, you won't be able to create a password reset disk anymore. Instead, there are several things you can try to get access to your windows. <b>SmartKey Windows Password Recovery</b> is your ticket. This password recovery tool not only works on Windows XP, but also on all releases of Windows NT/2000/Vista/ 7 and Windows Server 2003/2008. It works by booting from a CD/DVD or USB flash drive and reset the <a href="http://recoverlostpassword.com/products/windowspasswordrecoery.html">forgotten Windows XP administrator password</a>.<br /> <p><br /> <b>NOTE: </b>If you change the administrator password on a Windows XP or Windows Vista system with the Encrypted File System (EFS), all of the encrypted files will become inaccessible. The password for the Administrator account is used to create the EFS encryption key. Changing the Administrator account back to using the original password should restore access to the encrypted files, but I have never tried it.<br /> <p> <br /> <p>If you only need to blank the <b>Windows XP Administrator password</b>, here are the basic steps:<br /> <ol> <li> Download and install SmartKey Windows Password Recovery software.</li> <li> Burn the software to CD/DVD or USB flash drive. </li> <li> Insert newly created CD/DVD and reboot your computer from the CD/DVD or USB flash drive </li> <li> Reset the forgotten Windows XP password, remove the CD/DVD or USB flash drive and then reboot the computer</li></ol> <p>Having the capability to reset <a href="http://recoverlostpassword.com/products/windowspasswordrecoery.html">forgotten XP administrator passwords</a> and regain access to a locked computer can be a great time saver, but should only be tried by an IT professional. you may probably make things worse rather than better if you use sophisticated system or manipulation tools<br /> <p><br /> <p>Article Source:<a href="http://recoverlostpassword.com/article/windows-xp-administrator-password.html">http://recoverlostpassword.com/article/windows-xp-administrator-password.html</a><br />

on Apr 15, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Windows Password Buster can reset forgotten Windows password.

Aug 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Admin password


Are you refering to the BIOS possword? If so, you can try and reset the jumper for CMOS on the motherboard of you machine. It should next to the CMOS Battery.

Mar 04, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex GX620 PC Desktop

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Sir i have cant upgrade my toshiba satellite m30-s309 laptop when i install it through windows xp i get massage the user is not authorise to upgrade


You need to have administrator rights .....click start button ...go to control panel ...then user accounts....click on your name and change it from limited to administrator...this will let you install programs and change certian things in windows.
Hope this helps

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HI YA I GOT A BRAND NEW COMPUTER ON THE 4 TH JANUARY 2008, I PUT A PASSWORD ONTHE ADMINISTRATOR AND CREATED ANOTHER ACCOUT WITHOUT PASSWORD, I HAVE BEEN USING THE OTHER ONE SINCE THEN ,BUT YESTERDAY TRIED GOING ON TO THE ADMINISTRATOR AND COULDNT REMEMBER MY PASSWORD. HOW CAN I RESOLVE THIS AS ALL MY WORK IN IN THE ADMINISTRATOR SAVED PLEASE HELP

Aug 03, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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I can't get the world poker championship to install on my computer I have windows xp and I don't understand the part about administrator rights account


Im assuming your account doesn't have administrator rights and that your being asked to supply an account with Administrator credentials yes?

if so ask the person who usually installs software on your pc if they could install it for you , otherwise there is no other way unless you can get them to also create you an administrator account , then you would have no problems installing new things on the PC.

When you are logging onto your own account under Windows XP it sounds like you have been supplied with a "Limited Account" meaning you can't do things like install new software to the PC , you can't create new accounts when using a limited account so there is no way you could give your self a "Administrator Account".

The only other solution that i have for you is when you get to the logon screen press alt + ctrl + delete it shold hopefully bring up the administrator account , for the password try it blank or even try admin or administrator or password , but if there is a password on there it's probably because they dont want you to gain that sort of access.

Goodluck !

Thanks

Apr 03, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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