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BIOS Command Prompt


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Lucababy

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I am not the administrator on the network and so have serveal restrictions on my user account.

I have used several methods on this account to access command prompt, you probally know allready.

But when I use the 'netuser' command line a system error 5 occurs,

The only other way I can think of bypassing this is through the BIOS. One im in BIOS and try start in safe mode with command prompt lots of what looks directorys (not sure) but lots of lines of text falls down the command prompt screen and then stops. I am then unable to type any form of command like what so ever.

Does anyone know what this is and if theres anyway to get rid of it?
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