Can't change the user account

February 18, 2009 at 04:21:05
Specs: Windows XP
Hi! I had been using my pc with the one and the only account called user. I've changed it's permissions to limited degree and I've given the full permission to the account which was ending with ASP.NET (i can't remember the full name). But since this modification i can not change the user account to the other account which has full authority. I can not even create a new account. There is nothing but create a password icon for the user account which has limited rights. I can not install any software bacause of the limited account. When i start the pc there is only user account to get start with. What can I do?

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#1
February 18, 2009 at 04:51:43
How did you and why did you change the asp.net account settings and why did you give yourself limited account without having another administrative account. You had to have had to change the password in the asp.net account as it is password protected account. and comes with full administration privileges to begin with.

I think you should ask your teacher or momma to allow you to download

Change Is Good
http://www.citizenlink.org/Stopligh...


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#2
February 18, 2009 at 08:54:29
hi,

cud u plz type 'at' command prompt..

if getting access denied leave it..
and if getting "no entries in List "plz reply..

or try this tool to make bootable USB/removable media passsword changer..

http://files3.download3000.com/down...


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#3
February 19, 2009 at 06:53:54
"access denied" for the command.
i can not understand it. computer doesn't give me any chance to switch the accounts. When I start the computer, there is only "user" account available to choose. Then I type ctrl+alt+delete, and change the user name and type the correct password, but then there is the message pops up which is saying that i am not allowed to switch the users while there has been already an account is on. could i explain my problem?

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