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last year, a person posted how to deal with if i lost the password of admin in win xp. i want to check it back. please help me.
it should be a software can fix this problem.

thank you all again

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for future reference. If you have a sibling rivalry (which was my case) and you want to get on their computer, but they passworded it. Just reboot in safe mode, and remove the password all together. :)

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can we diasble the passwords with/without being entering into the system
tell me alkibalboa....

Do you mean without being intrusive? without actually being inside the account?

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Question then,

What prevents ya from dling Ultimate Boot CD and using it on some random person's computer?

(Heh sry, saw the post from afar, and looked pretty interesting.)

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well to tell you the truth you dont need a boot cd to get on anyones computer. But I am sure this is not the place to be talking about this, if we have solved the problem.

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Do you mean without being intrusive? without actually being inside the account?

yaah not being intrusive.......

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for future reference. If you have a sibling rivalry (which was my case) and you want to get on their computer, but they passworded it. Just reboot in safe mode, and remove the password all together. :)

tried rebooting in safe mode (F8) but it still presents the same XP log-in screen - is there another way of rebooting directly into safe mode, bypassing the usual XP log-in dialogue?

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this is a misunderstanding. some computer you can boot in safe mode and no password, it is because they did not set up the build-in administrator password when they install the system ( they may forget set that password). in that case, acturally you can still log in as build-in administrator without password even it boots normally, not only safe mode, by twice ctrl+shieft+delete in login interface on XP. if the build-in administrator is protected with a password, you can not login even you boot it as safe mode.
i got a job at the beginning of this year. the previous tech guy suddenly left and did not give me any password. i used that software to change the password, i tried many times on different system, and i never loss.

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well to tell you the truth you dont need a boot cd to get on anyones computer. But I am sure this is not the place to be talking about this, if we have solved the problem.

excellent!
human always be the first critical for security.

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twice cntr+shft+del doesn't do anything different for me. the first instance of this sequence opens the log-in window, doing cntr+shft+del again doesn't do anything different for me

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twice cntr+shft+del doesn't do anything different for me. the first instance of this sequence opens the log-in window, doing cntr+shft+del again doesn't do anything different for me

"twice ctrl+shieft+delete" is used to change the "welcom screen" to traditional log-in screen.
if yo have already been there, try administrator and blank password.
like i said, if your admin is protected by password, you can not bypass here, even you boot from safe mode.

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