We did not want to leave the reply, in the first instance, as NO HELP CAN BE GIVEN.
Although as explained in my post that is in essence correct.
On Vista and Windows7, the facility that previously existed on XP to gain access to the built in Adminstrative account, created when the O/S was installed, by either loading Safe Mode, or keying Ctrl Alt and Delete
on the Welcome screen - depending on whether you were on XP Home or Xp Professional - no longer exists.Presuming that your password was NOT simply created by pressing any combination of keys see this. It may, at first look, extremely basic DID you, presuming you can remember - use upper case - (capital letters) at all
Most Vista passwords, even overly complicated ones, are often inspired by the things, places, and people in our lives.
Could your Windows Vista password have anything to do with:
- your name?
- the name of a family member or friend?
- a pet's name?
- a birthday?
- your home or office address?
- something from your childhood?
- a favorite food?
- an often dialled telephone number?
- a combination of any of the above?
I suggest you write down on paper EACH possible word you MAY have USED.
and then try them.IF THIS FAILS and you wish to secure YOUR personal data, then I can send you a program to do that.
Do you have the installation DVD for the Operating system.
What is the Make and full model
However we always strive to be as helpful as possible in the circumstances and that is why I decided to continue after the first response.Bearing in mind this to further explain our Term of Use in this aspect
Due to the fact that we cannot verify the truthfulness of your request, we cannot offer any other help to recover any passwords for any system or software installed on your (or anyone Else's) computer. You may very well be asking for legitimate help in a legitimate situation but we cannot be sure of this.
For all we know you could be trying to get into a parent's account or worse, someone trying to gain access to information that you have been explicitly denied access to by someone of higher authority.