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I have a new Windows XP computer and i have 2 accounts for myself, 1 of which is the admin account. I have forgotten the password to the admin account and need to recover it. Is there n e way to do this?
I really dont care what the risk to the computer are, just tell me ALL the possible ways to cecover the passowrd PLZ!!
After being here over a year.. I notice some questions never go solved or answered. If you react like that, it might never go answered. Most likely no one who has been on the boards since you posted knows the exact answer, so give it time and someone might be of some help.
see, there you go.. someone replied as i typed my response.
Hey I had same issue with Nt 4 couple of months ago and somewhere on google i found one site which had a software with which you can create bootable floppy and boot with it and change the administrator password. At that time they were supporting 2000 too. You may wanna search on that
i searched for it and i found an excellent site called www.nttoolbox.com On that site there was a download to make a bootable floppy. It said it worked on nt and win2000. I emailed them and asked if it would work on XP and they said they hadnt tested it yet.