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Ziule

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I was wondering if someone could explain to me how to Bypass an Administrative account password on Windows XP without anything but the computer itself. without deleteing the password and and also keep the password so it needs to be put in next time the computer is started up.
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wannabe1

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Hi Ziule...

Perhaps you could eplain just why you need this information. What is it you are trying to accomplish?

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Because my older brother is being extremly mean and password protected the computer so only he can use it.
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Sounds like you'll have to contact your computer administrator (in this case, a parent) to resolve the issue. We can't help you breach the security on the machine. It's nothing personal, it's policy...your situation may be sincere, but the next ten people who see the answer may use the information for less than honorable purposes.

Thanks for understanding.

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