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Dad putting passwords and making himself Admin. on my computer!


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FCCAGut

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Please help my dad is going out of control and my computer is going so slow and I can't get online but only for about 5 to 10 minutes at a time also I must restart my computer in order to get online again and it's just a pain and I can't do anything about it. My dad put a Netnanny on his computer but I disconnected how we are transfered even though we are on a LAN. He also put a pass on my computer and I didn't even do anything to make him do this. Then he does the most retardest thing by making him the Admin. on my computer! I have warned him if he doesn't fix it I will make it so he won't be able to get back on this computer. My computer is my dignity and all the dignity I have left is.......SafeMode and run Administrator from there and it sucks. So please tell me how to reset the Admin. pass word. I don't know if this matters but I got the Windows XP Home disk and is there anyway of deleting passwords? Who does he think he is the F.B.I. or the ruler of all computers in this world? I hate my life. :whistling:

Edited by FCCAGut, 08 February 2007 - 05:35 PM.

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take out the mother board battery for i5 minutes...but you'll lose everything.....and that might get you in more s...!!! :whistling:


OH to be young again!!
Good Luck
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Edited by ScHwErV, 09 February 2007 - 06:39 AM.

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Sorry, but G2G does not provide help for password cracking/hacking. please read the Terms of Service. I myself got around that problem :blink: :whistling:


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speaking as a 50 year old father myself, maybe he had his reasons.
We're only hearing half the story here.
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hehe, pluto56 is right, but i KNOW what it feels to ask your father for a password everytime you want to visit a new web site :whistling:

FCCAGut, would you be willing to tell us the "other" part of the story??


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hehe, pluto56 is right, but i KNOW what it feels to ask your father for a password everytime you want to visit a new web site :whistling:

FCCAGut, would you be willing to tell us the "other" part of the story??


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Ok. My teacher called and tell my parents I went to sleep in her class (she is the only one who has a problem with it, she's also about 60-70 btw) she's always picking on me and even when I said the word "jacked" she sent me to the office with 2 detentions and she's also the only one giving me detentions, 8 btw!
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take out the mother board battery for i5 minutes...but you'll lose everything....


Not true. Info on the comp is stored in the hard drive. We do not provide ways to crack or bypass passwords or get around parental controls or teachers. Thread closed.

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