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August 12, 2005 9:51:58 PM

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I have a system that I have not used in a year or so, running 2000
professional.
It was a point of sale system with the OS installed by the vendor who is now
out of business.
When I start up, I am prompted for the Administrator password. I have no
clue what that was, and no way to find out. I need to reset it to a new
password so I can use this machine again.

How?

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August 14, 2005 3:27:24 AM

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See the link below on how to deal with your problem. You will need full
physical access to your computer to do such. --- Steve

http://www.petri.co.il/forgot_administrator_password.ht...

"ZMan" <ZMan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>I have a system that I have not used in a year or so, running 2000
> professional.
> It was a point of sale system with the OS installed by the vendor who is
> now
> out of business.
> When I start up, I am prompted for the Administrator password. I have no
> clue what that was, and no way to find out. I need to reset it to a new
> password so I can use this machine again.
>
> How?
August 16, 2005 10:27:02 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.security (More info?)

there is a software on the internet which allows you to create a bootable
floppy containing linux bootable file. Boot the machine through the floppy
and through the steps given you can reset the windows 200 admin password.
Chekc on the google site for " how to crack windows 2000 admin password"

"ZMan" wrote:

> I have a system that I have not used in a year or so, running 2000
> professional.
> It was a point of sale system with the OS installed by the vendor who is now
> out of business.
> When I start up, I am prompted for the Administrator password. I have no
> clue what that was, and no way to find out. I need to reset it to a new
> password so I can use this machine again.
>
> How?
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