This is 11PM. You just go home and sat down at the computer Room Mate to Type, the 2000-word homework thats due tomorrow. ‘re Your roommate on your computer, and wait patiently for the Windows XP loading screen disappears. After what seems an eternity, finally you look at the login screen. As their password in hand, the idiot used the birthday of his old friend, she was watching, wondering if you can change it. Press the Enter key, and you are rewarded with a beep. Uh oh. You try to pray again that has not changed his password. No luck. Caps-lock off? Check. Still no good. Shake your stomach, bile salt in your throat, you’re fucked! Actually, not really. Change the Windows password is easier than you think.
First, try the guest account. Simply a "client" in the "User Name" or click on the account of the customer label. Sometimes these accounts are activated without noticing it, and often they are left without a password. If this does not work for you or a little "offers more than the guest account, read on.
Next, Windows XP built-in Administrator account. " This account is created during the installation of Windows, and is not accessible under normal circumstances. Many computers, especially those from Dell or similar companies, let the administrator account without password protection.
In this account, restart the computer in Safe Mode. You can do this by making the F8 key at startup and select Safe Mode from the Windows Start menu. When the computer starts in Safe Mode, you can access the Administrator account. Things seem a little strange in safe mode, but no worries, the house in order when you start back to normal.
After starting on Windows, try to enter the Administrator account so that the password field blank. If you do not get that way, then there is a password for your account if you can imagine, you have to try something else, and you can skip the next paragraph. If you are, then there is no limit to what you can do.
First things of all, lets get out of the safe mode. Go to Control Panel and open User Accounts. Create a new account for yourself, and be sure to give him administrative access. When you restart in normal mode, you will be able to apply this new account you just created to access. If you do, you have full access to what you need. You can use to reset passwords on other accounts, if you are locked out, or you can use this technique to do things they otherwise would not be able to acquire themselves.
If the administrator account has password, so it has become more difficult. Unless there is another personal account on the computer, you can, in the end only one option, and it is not good. I’m not saying this ever.
Windows XP stores the password in encrypted files, as files Sat A Google search for SAM file editor will return many results, and you’ll be several programs that use to burn a bootable CD and find to edit these files. Personally, I used one of these things, my favorite is Windows Password Recovery Tool 3.0 . This editor can reset your computer password easily. This is the fastest way. It will never destroy your Windows installation data.