Sal, the password is case sensitive so are you being careful? Do you have another account? If so try that one. If all else fails, you might try to blank the password. Remember, if you try something like this and if messes up your computer, you are responsible, however, i have used this method myself with satisfactory results. (not to say that you will though) but what have you got to lose at this point?
Heres the link to "Austrumi" http://www.petri.co...._password.htm#1
This little tool is a Linux bootable ISO image for recovering NT passwords and other cool tools and methods, sized for Business Card size CD media (50Mb). It allows you to change any password, including that of the Administrator, on a partition occupied by Windows NT, Windows 2000 or Windows XP. Simply boot the CD and when you get to the initial boot prompt, type:
This will launch a console utility that will detect Windows partitions on the hard disk and provide you with a menu to modify any user or Administrator passwords on the Windows system. It will even give access to the Windows registry for recovery purposes. Quite a handy utility to keep in your wallet (AUSTRUMI is small enough to fit on a business card-size CD)
Read more at http://sourceforge.n...ojects/austrumi
Sal, youll need to know how to burn an ISO to CD disk. Nero program can do this, as well as other cd burning programs. Follow the instructions to burn an ISO to CD disk.