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    Default How to hack one's own forgotten password on startup screen......

    I am not hacking into another persons laptop(welll maybe i am)..

    Making the long story short

    My parents bought a new laptop, put a password and forgot the password....(I know)

    There is no backup bootable disc(missing....)

    Do you guys know how to solve this problem???? We tried remembering the password but to no avail...

    Why do i have the feeling to overclock my CPU to the limit?

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    Default Re: How to hack one's own forgotten password on startup screen......

    Are we allowed to post these kind of things?. In any case, boot into safe mode upon start up, hit F5. Then go into administrator, from there go to control panel and you should be able to remove the passwords for other accounts. Rep if it works
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    Default Re: How to hack one's own forgotten password on startup screen......

    . windows? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321305
    . bios? send it in

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    Default Re: How to hack one's own forgotten password on startup screen......

    sorry dude but this thread is gonna get closed. NBR's has a policy about bypassing security measures

    I suggest you call up the notebook manufacturer and they might be able to do something...
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    Default Re: How to hack one's own forgotten password on startup screen......

    sorry you are likely going to have to find this on your own, due to NBR's policy on this. Hint: elgooG
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    Default Re: How to hack one's own forgotten password on startup screen......

    There are several good programs for doing this, but because they can be (and frequently are) used for illicit purposes, you'll have to look elsewhere to find them.

    Try the safe mode suggestion first, because that SHOULD work.

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    Default Re: How to hack one's own forgotten password on startup screen......

    Umm tried it but the after the safe mode loads the password screen still displays when will i press F5???? as soon as I see that the safemode is loading????

    Why do i have the feeling to overclock my CPU to the limit?

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    Default Re: How to hack one's own forgotten password on startup screen......

    Sorry, not appropriate here due to potential issues as mentioned from members.
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