Many times we face this problem when we or our friends forget Administrator account password in Windows and can't log into Windows. DISCLAIMER: Following information should be used only if its your system and you have forgotten account password. This method is the first thing which should always do whenever you forget your Windows login password. Windows XP and later Windows versions provide a built-in method to recover forgotten password by using "Password Reset Disk". You can also use a built-in DOS command "Net User" to change any desired user account password within seconds. Replace "user_name" with the desired user account name and replace "new_password" with your desired password.
Me changed the user name and password of administrator under winxp3 dell desktop computer at my home then after rebooting with my new user name and password but on my desktop computer I can not see all document folder and files which was saved under the old account administrator name. So me in trouble to recover and restore my documents because I did no delete then before changing my new user name and password as administrator. Also why when me changed the account name and password on my computer but data lost not seen in my new account after log in ?
VG,it is still telling me the same thing.And because of that message at the front ,the options of switching user cannot be enabled because they are faint.
Thanks, a question: which method works for me who is interested in changing my Windows 7 Pssword on my PC? I can't seem to change my password in the Command Prompt, I'm in a standard account, my username worked.
Sir im sory but when i check my administator account with cmd it had 2 administator account Please help!! 5.If you have a current password, type in your current password in the first text box, then type a new password and confirm.
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If you find that you do not have the ability to change your password when following these steps, please see this troubleshooting step.
To change your password in Windows XP, click on the Start button and then click on the Control Panel option. Click on the Change my password option and you will be brought to a page where you can change your password.
To change your password in Windows Vista or Windows 7 click on the Start button and then type Change Password in the search field.
Click on the Change your password option and a screen will appear where you can enter the new password.
Click on the Change your password option and you will be brought to a screen where you need to confirm your existing password.


It is possible for an Administrator to specify that a particular user is unable to change their password. On Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 click on the Start button and then right click on the Computer option and then select Manage. Expand the Local Users and Group category by clicking on the little triangle to the left of it.
Uncheck the checkbox labeled User cannot change password and then click on the Apply button followed by the OK button.
If you are a system administrator, IT professional, or a power user it is common to find yourself using the command prompt to perform administrative tasks in Windows. If you have forgotten your Windows password and have previously created a Windows Password Reset Disk, you can use this disk to change your password to a new one.
Whenever you create a new account in Windows, you should create a password reset disk that allows you to reset your Windows account password if you forget it.
Windows 8 includes a feature called picture passwords that allow you to login to your account by using gestures on an image with your finger or your mouse. So here we are posting a few methods which can be used to change, reset or recover forgotten Windows password in Windows. When we install Windows, it automatically creates a hidden user account "Administrator" and sets its password to blank.
When it asks to repair your existing Windows installation, accept it and press "R" key to run the repair. Now it'll start doing other tasks and will show a small progressbar with a few details in left side.
To recover lost data, you can use Data recovery tools available on net but the chances will be less to get your data back. Connect the Hard Disk Drive to another working computer and copy all data to that computer. It seems like the methods quoted about how to reset it above are for XP or to reset the User password as the instructions seem to suggest you have to go into the Admin account to change it. The best security strategy is changing your Windows 7 password on a regular basis to ensure nobody can access sensitive information. If your computer becomes compromised or you are concerned that someone may know your password, you should immediately change it in Windows. When the Control Panel opens, switch to Classic View and then double-click on the User Accounts icon.
When the search results appear, click on the Settings category and then click on the Change your password option. When you are ready click on the Next button and you will be brought to a page where Windows 8 confirms that you wish to makes the changes. Your Windows 8 password will now have been changed and you can close the PC Settings screen.


You will know if this was done to your account as you will use the above steps, but not see an option to change your password.
Whether it be copying files, accessing the Registry, searching for files, or modifying disk partitions, command-line tools can be faster and more powerful than their graphical alternatives. If you have a lot of users and do not wish to create a reset disk for each one, then you should at least create one for the administrator account on that computer. This PIN can consist of any number and is useful if your normal login password is too complicated to type on the virtual keyboard in a tablet. Now click on your user account and then click on "Prevent a forgotten password" link given in left-side pane. But my challenge is that the ctr+alt+del step refused to work for me and i dont want to install a new OS.
A strong password is the first line of defense against those who wish to gain access to your OS and the important data they contain. If you are an administrator of the computer, you will be shown a screen where you can select the account whose password you would like to change. Your Windows password has now been changed and you can close the User Accounts screen and the Control Panel. If you are not the Administrator of your computer then you will need to contact them to allow you to change your password. When it appears in the search results, right-click on Computer and then left-click on Manage. Click on the Users folder and you will see a list of all the accounts on your computer in the right pane.
This tutorial will walk you through the steps of resetting a Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 password using a Password Reset Disk. Instead of typing in a password, you select a picture and then create three gestures on it to act as your password. As the latest OS of Microsoft, Windows 7 allows you to change user login password to keep you protected at all times. Please select the account that you wish to manage and you will be at a screen similar to the one below. Your Windows password will now be changed and you can close the User Accounts and Control Panel windows. If you are the Administrator and you would like a particular account to be able to change their password, please follow the steps below. If you are not an administrator you will automatically be brought to the screen below for your account.



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