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Hi. Im trying to fix my windows vista which wont start after an update (urgghh). Anyway, Im trying to fix it from the command prompt. However, I am denied access when I want to change a certain file.

From what I udnerstand, this is because I dont have administrator access.

My question is How can I change into administrator account in the command prompt alone? I know this can be done if Im in windows (but the problem is I cant get there).

Thanks a lot

p.s. I got to the comman prompt in the first place by using the vista repair disc which does not require me to go to windows.
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aim

right click on command prompt

click on run as an administrator

it will say windows needs your permission

click continue and you should be all set

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Hi Thanks for the quick reply. Ive solved this one. NOw, im stuck at another one. Gotta go make a new post. :-)
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