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How To Get Into Administrator Account Windows Xp Without Password


I can get on line and do just aboat all that I need to do still but I am worried because I don't have control over my addministrator account. In most cases, I don't think you lose much functionality by disabling Fast User Switching. But I can't do anything with it because I don't have an account with permissions. thank you Log In or Register to post comments You are all Stupid (not verified) on May 1, 2008 Well then you are dumb who have accessed this forum. Source

I do not have a Windows XP cd. The software opens the Select Users or Groups window. There is a hidden administrator account that has master privleges to all. When asked, click the Try Ubuntu button.

How To Get Into Administrator Account Windows Xp Without Password

Reply Mark Jacobs September 25, 2014 at 1:47 pm I find it easier to use TeamViewer to access my computers remotely. thank u Log In or Register to post comments Mike (not verified) on Nov 16, 2005 I am SO confused!! Click the + next to Local Users and Groups or double-click it. If successfully found you should get your computer name followed by \administrators and have it underlined.

  1. Please help before I break it.
  2. Then, log on to the system using the classic logon screen, and you'll be able to enter any account name you want to.
  3. The second situation occurs when someone configures a home computer to allow limited access by children or other family members and wants to maintain full access for only the Administrator account. 
  4. Any suggestions please.

In the resulting window, check the two options not yet checked: Community-maintained Open Source software (universe) and Softrware restricted by copyright or legal issues (multiverse). Any comments that clearly indicate you've not read the article will be removed. I'll offer two. How To Set Permission In Windows Xp Select "Advanced system settings".

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