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xp password
« on: 10. September 2007., 11:03:24 »
does anybody know what to do regarding a lost password.i seem to have lost my password for my desktop.the username comes up, but i cannot get the password

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« on: 10. September 2007., 11:03:24 »




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Re: xp password
« Reply #1 on: 10. September 2007., 11:29:14 »
Hi Tyrese & Welcome to SCF Community.

Now, when we got your question, we will try to find some solutions and help you.

Just be patient and regularly check this topic.

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Re: xp password
« Reply #2 on: 10. September 2007., 18:16:33 »
Hey, that's something, i could solve :P

1# Go to SafetyMode,,, or what's the name? (I can explain, if you don't know how to to so)
2# When done with that, logon to Administrator Account...
3# Go to Control-panel, Choose "Users"
4# Choose the user you want to remove password!
5# Click remove password!
6# restart in normal way
7# LOGIN

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Re: xp password
« Reply #3 on: 15. July 2009., 17:18:21 »
You can download the Hiren's Boot disk, you can boot your PC with this disk and select the option Password & Registry Tools next Active Password Changer, it is a Tool much easy to use!!! Good luck!!

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Re: xp password
« Reply #4 on: 16. July 2009., 15:23:27 »
You can download the Hiren's Boot disk

Agree, I use Hiren's BootCD very regularly - a big fan.

1# Go to SafetyMode,,, or what's the name? (I can explain, if you don't know how to to so)
2# When done with that, logon to Administrator Account...
3# Go to Control-panel, Choose "Users"
4# Choose the user you want to remove password!
5# Click remove password!
6# restart in normal way
7# LOGIN

You can do that or type in CMD this; control userpasswords2
then browse your account and reset your password.
well? understand ma bad English.

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Re: xp password
« Reply #5 on: 17. July 2009., 13:10:22 »
I have this tool "Austrumi".... really does the job!  :thumbsup:

reset your username/Admin password using this tool with ease,

Austrumi is a Linux bootable ISO image for recovering NT passwords and other cool tools and methods, sized for Business Card size CD media (50Mb). It allows you to change any password, including that of the Administrator, on a partition occupied by Windows NT, Windows 2000 or Windows XP. Simply boot the CD and when you get to the initial boot prompt, type:

boot: nt_pass

This will launch a console utility that will detect Windows partitions on the hard disk and provide you with a menu to modify any user or Administrator passwords on the Windows system. It will even give access to the Windows registry for recovery purposes. Quite a handy utility to keep in your wallet (AUSTRUMI is small enough to fit on a business card-size CD) if you are unfortunate enough to having to deal with Windows machines in your line of work.



Download link: http://sourceforge.net/projects/austrumi/
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Re: xp password
« Reply #6 on: 29. July 2009., 09:30:54 »
Security l33t excellent meted

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Re: xp password
« Reply #7 on: 29. July 2009., 17:33:48 »
You can download the Hiren's Boot disk, you can boot your PC with this disk and select the option Password & Registry Tools next Active Password Changer, it is a Tool much easy to use!!! Good luck!!
The best way.

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Re: xp password
« Reply #8 on: 30. July 2009., 02:27:51 »
Good to know that there are free (???) tools. Great forum to pick these kind of tip up!

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Re: xp password
« Reply #9 on: 30. July 2009., 14:58:52 »
cant you just login with the default admin account to reset your password? unless you disabled the account after you installed windows.

 

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