Re: Lost Administrator Password
"Michael Armstro" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> If you forget the administrator’s password but still can log on
> Windows with other user names that have administrative privileges, you
> may follow the instructions below:
> Right click the computer icon on your desktop, select Manage, find
> Local Users and Groups, unfold Users folder, right click Administrator,
> click Set password… in the menu comes up. Click Proceed in the
> dialog, in the pop-up, enter a New Password and confirm it. Your
> administrator’s password is successfully reset.
> Guest account may help to log onto Windows, but it has no privilege for
> you to do the above to reset the administrator’s password.
> If you forgot all user passwords and failed to log onto Windows, there
> is no other way but to format the OS and reinstall Windows, or resort to
> sort of software tools to remove the password and log onto Windows.
> These programs cost some bucks, but are worthy and better than to
> reinstall the OS causing consequences. The most popular programs are
> Windows Password Reset 6.0 etc. Generally, these programs are easy to
> use though turn out to be a scary command prompt to newbie. But do relax
> and you can fully manipulate. Let’s take Windows Password Reset
> 6.0 for example. You prepare a blank CD, burn the program onto the CD,
> boot the locked computer from the CD, come to initiate the program,
> locate the user name, and proceed to remove its password – all are
> at ease.
> Michael Armstro