Forgotten My Password

Posted: 02-25-2009, 09:27 AM

Hey to all willing to read thi

ok my little sister changed her pass on her laptop, forgot it, and ha
come to me, ive had a look around the net and all the answers ive gott
have been SH*T. i unplugged the HDD from the laptop and pluged it int
my External HDD Case and i can access all the files i want on the lapto
not a problem so far. from here i would make a back up and reformatt o
Restore the computer but obviously i dont got any backup disc's and m
sis deleted her RECOVERY (E: ) drive, so can't restore to factor
settings
I know that once i can get all these files up and i can see in the com
that i can delete the user pass because ive done it before, but i can'
remember how to do it. I can access everything on the computer

If somone can get back to me shortly that would be great

Thanks guy's and girl's

nism

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Benzmann
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Re: Forgotten My Password
Posted: 02-26-2009, 11:25 AM

well this way is not recomended by Microsoft, but this is a wa

go to the internet and go to google, type in OPHCrack it is a iso fil
so it would be ophcrack.iso or something, u can get this version fo
windows XP and Windows Vista, the file is about 400-700mb's or so, the
download a software called MagicISO and burn the ophcrack.iso with th
MagicISO software to a disk, then take the CD to your sisters laptop
and put the CD into the drive, then restart the computer, then boot u
from the CD, and then u can see all the passwords on that computer, the
type them down, take the cd out of the PC, and restart it and boot u
normally, and type in the password :

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Precious Angel
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Re: Forgotten My Password
Posted: 03-11-2009, 12:21 AM

*I have a simular problem.
*I brought a computer from my dad with Vista Ultimate.
*Well due to a few people being near my computer when I am not aroun
it, I wanted to lock it so no one could accesss my information.
*I am the only person who is on it, I don't even have the guest accoun
open, I am the administrator.
*The problem I have is, I put a password on my computer for the window
log in, but I don't know the screen name.
*I asked my dad what it could possibly be, he laughed and said he don'
know because he never locked the computer.
**
*How do I bipass the windos log in?
*Or how do I even get on my computer?
*I went to safe mood and it still asks for log in information.
**
*I even took the battery off the motherboard for a few hours and put i
back on, it still went right to the log in information after I set th
time.
**
*If any one could help, I'd be very well appreciated.
**
*Sign,
*Allison

Have a glorious and blessed day/night

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Kevin Rabinovich
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Re: Forgotten My Password
Posted: 03-14-2009, 12:32 PM
can you save them (the files) to a USB drive?


"Benzmann" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
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>
> well this way is not recomended by Microsoft, but this is a way
>
> go to the internet and go to google, type in OPHCrack it is a iso file
> so it would be ophcrack.iso or something, u can get this version for
> windows XP and Windows Vista, the file is about 400-700mb's or so, then
> download a software called MagicISO and burn the ophcrack.iso with the
> MagicISO software to a disk, then take the CD to your sisters laptop,
> and put the CD into the drive, then restart the computer, then boot up
> from the CD, and then u can see all the passwords on that computer, then
> type them down, take the cd out of the PC, and restart it and boot up
> normally, and type in the password
>
>
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> Benzmann
>
> A+ CompTIA - IT Technician
 
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