Discussion in 'Windows' started by Dak914, May 3, 2008.
Very helpful, I love this.
you can remove password by removing jumper in your CPU of your computer system.and when you will remove mother board and again set mother board then you will find, you are operating your computer with out using any password.
i tried this one but error is occurred. See the attachment please. Please tell me where i type new passwords?
Yes. I also meet this problem. Who can help me?
:nonod::cuss:hey i want to say that this trick only change the password of guest user........but not the admin user.......
press ctrl + alt & del then under file you will see run to put command.com or cmd.exe
and the next dilemma is if your method is also block net user what will you do next? that's your specialty here right..
Hey I'd like to point out another way for this. To pop up cmd hit "windows key+r" then type in "cmd". This comes up with the standard command window. Type in "net user add/ (user name) (password)". This gives you a completely new user that only you know with a password you know. This makes it harder to track who is doing the adding. This however just gives you a new user with basic privileges. So type in "net localgroup Administrator add/ (user)" with (user) being the new user you just created. You now have a Admin user on THAT COMPUTER ONLY. This is somewhat limited but lets you download and run programs and such on a restricted computer/network. This also mean that to discover this new user they have to get on that specific computer and this is a pain in a school or work setting. Enjoy!
I have tested all of these methods to hack administrator password. All of these means all of these. But they won't work until your account is set as a limited account by the administrator.
What is the procedure if the someone has limited account type and want to change the password of administrator through his/her account?? :cryin:
You are trying wrong syntax.
net user username *
in place of username type username which you see in the net user list.
Any work around for Windows 7 ?
Option 1: change the admin password with another available admin account
Option 2: Use a password reset disk or a windows password recovery tool
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