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Q: Remove requirement for Password

I am assisting my friend who had Vista on a computer and his sod bought him a Dell with Windows 8:
1- I am unable to remove password from sign-on. There appears to be no instruction as in Win 7/Vista.
2- Picture icons when transferred show only a general icon not an icon of the pictures as in Vista.
3- My friend accidentally removed the icon for the Instructions/ for Win 8 on the Start Menu. I cannot find the file for us to revie.
4- When I try to Create a Password Reset disk, the program asks for a password reset disk disk and password to be installed? Huh.
I am not a novice. Using computers since the Apple II

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Preferred Solution: Remove requirement for Password

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A: Remove requirement for Password

have a read here
this is how i removed on a few W8 and W8.1 Pcs
http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/2894-log-user-account-automatically-windows-8-startup.html

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Hello,

I dont want to type my password in every time I login to my computer. I have googled how to remove this and every post seems to say the same thing:
Launch command Prompttype netplwizlaunch the netplwiz appUncheck "User must enter username and password to use this computer"you will be prompted to confirm, with your current password.

However, this is not working for me! I am still prompted on startup for a password.

I do notice when I am in the "netplwiz" application that my username is in there twice. one time as an administrator and 1 time as a home user. I only seem to be able to highlight the administrator user and uncheck the box in step 4 above. I cant seem to highlight the other me.

Any thoughts?

A:I cant seem to remove password requirement on login

Hello xexers1, and welcome to Eight Forums.

Double check with the tutorial below to see if it may help any.

Log On User Account Automatically at Windows 8 Startup
Are you sure that you are not dealing with require a password at wakeup instead of at startup?

Password Protection on Wakeup - Enable or Disable in Windows 8
Hope this helps,
Shawn

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My computer recently began requiring me to use password at startup. I had previously disabled.

I went to NETPLWIZ as suggested elsewhere (Log On User Account Automatically at Windows 8 Startup)

However, there is no box to uncheck that says "Users must enter username and password to use this computer." (see attachment)

What am I missing? I have also checked the Password Requirement on Wakeup in the Power settings and that shows "No" and the "Ctrl-Alt-Del" option is also not in place.

Thanks.

A:Unable to remove password requirement at Startup

Hello PreacherMan, and welcome to Eight Forums.

Is your PC on a domain?

If so, then this can only be done in Registry Editor using the method in the second post at the link below instead.

windows 7 auto login without the "Users must enter a user name and" - Microsoft Community

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.4
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Home, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6400 CPU @ 2.70GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 94 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 8077 Mb
Graphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics 530, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 149 GB (77 GB Free); D: 780 GB (775 GB Free);
Motherboard: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC., M32CD_A_F_K20CD_K31CD
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Disabled

A few days ago an on screen message said words to the effect that Windows had encountered a problem and needed to close. The system cycled through a diagnostic sequence - an attempt at repair - eventually closed down. When rebooted followed much the same sequence.

I tried using a Windows Repair Disc, which opened up several repar options, but all eventually led back to the on-screen message - Windows has encountered a problem and needs to close down.

The system was restored using an external hard drive with a copy of system image. However, when the system is booted - within seconds a box appears on screen asking for a password to be entered. When the password is entered the boot continues without a hitch and Windows 10 works as normal.

The introduction of a password could well be something that I stumbled into whilst trying to solve the initial problem - I cannot honestly recall - but I would appreciate guidance as to how to eliminate this step from the boot process.
 

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Hi, I have a client who JUST about got nailed by the little b******s that push a fake virus page to you then give you a number to call etc etc. 
They called me JUST as they were ALSO on the phone with the scammer, and I got them to hang up before any serious damage could be done...especially to their VISA card!
However, the little buggers managed to put a start up password in Windows BEFORE you get to the users/login screen. This is where the fortunate part comes in. The client was WATCHING AND PAYING ATTENTION! (I know! How rare is that???)
The password used was 'inbound'.
So to use the computer, all you have to do is put in the password 'inbound' and you get to the login screen. 
The faker created a homegroup and a hidden homegroup admin account for himself. I got rid of the homegroup and that user, but try as I might, I can't find out where you go to get rid of that password requirement. 
Any ideas?
(Win 7 home on an Asus i5 laptop)

A:Getting rid of Win7 Startup Password requirement when you know the password!

Is the password box the same as what is shown on this page.That would be a System password that can be removed by copying the System   (Sam) Hive from the Regback folder of C:\Windows\System32\config\Regback. 
 
First option is to do a System Restore . Edit: It should be SAM hive. Sorry.
 
Second would be to use a live linux disk to rename the System Hive in C:\Windows\System32\config\ and copy the one from Regback. This would only work if the date on the System Hive in Regback is before the problem began.
 
Edit: There is a file on the page but I have never downloaded it or used it. I suggest you at least scan it with Virustotal if you wish to use it to disable the password box.

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Vista requires a password when one restarts the computer but not for hibernate or sleep mode. How may one set up Vista to require a password for hibernate mode?

A:Password Requirement other than Restart

Control Panel --> Hardware and Sound --> Power Options

Link on top left - "Require a password on wakeup"

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Hello anyone/everyone,
Not sure if this is the correct forum but I'll try.
Some how I got tied into something that requires me to log in with a password when I restart my system after a shut down. The system starts with the logo of a saki bottle, white, ceramic "kitty" with one paw upraised and below is a block for a password. Dell denies requiring anyone to have a password to log on but, I'm stuck with the password requirement. I don't know how I got it but I would like not to have to enter a password.
Any help will be appreciated.
Jim
 

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If a drive is encrypted with BitLocker and you choose to not require any form of pre-boot authentication the system will simply boot and unlock when you login.

If you encrypt a computer with BitLocker and chose to set a PIN, is there any way to later retract the pre-boot PIN requirement and revert back to the scenario above without first decrypting and re-encrypting?
I've looked at the various options via manage-bde and tested a few such as:
manage-bde -protectors -delete C: -Type TPMAndPIN
Unfortunately this simply removed the simple PIN and instead requires the recovery key. Using the same command to delete the recovery key breaks the system.
Any help is greatly appreciated!

A:Remove BitLocker PIN Requirement

Apologies for replying to an old-ish question but I believe I have a solution.
Assuming any group policy changes relating to BitLocker PINs have been reset,  enter the command
manage-bde -protectors -add C: -tpm. This will reconfigure BitLocker into using just the TPM and delete the PIN as well.
If you run manage-bde -status and look under Key Protectors you should see Numerical Password (ie the recovery key) and either TPM on a system that does not use a PIN, or TPM And PIN on a system that does. If you try to remove the PIN by just removing the
TPM and PIN key protector the only means of unlocking the drive available is Numerical Password, causing you to be prompted for the recovery key at every boot. You have to specifically tell BitLocker to use just the TPM instead, it wont automatically default
to this setting.

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I removed the requirement many times and ways. But when your pc updates during the night it turns it back to asking for the requirement again. very frustrating

A:how do you stop windows 10 password requirement

njabbfan Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!I read your post about wanting to login to Win10 without using a password and wanted to help.Don't know what you tried, but see if this TenForums tutorial helps:  http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/3539-sign-user-account-automatically-windows-10-startup.html Good LuckI am a volunteer and I do not work for, nor do I represent, HP.========================================================================If you feel my suggestions helped you, please click the Thumbs-Up symbol to say thanks!If they helped resolve your issue, please click "Accept As Solution" to help others find similar information. 

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The HP software is requiring me to 1) have a sign on password & 2) change it periodically or my PC will be locked up. I do want or need this much outside control on my home PC. How can I turn this annoying requirement off? I now have 5 days before I have to change my password again!

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I have windows xp, a dsl modem, & a router, which is acting as the firewall. Everytime I boot up the computer, I am prompted for a Linksys Password. How do I disable this feature? Is there a privacy setting or parental controls setting or something?
 

A:Router Password requirement @ bootup

Did you somehow set the router address as your home page ?

At what stage do you get the prompt?

wrs
 

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I've read this before and it worked, but can't seem to find it now. I have multiple users on my computer and one of the new users is asking for a password even though I've never set one. I've seen instructions to go into the programs and reset the value to 0 to change it so no passwords are required. I've tried all other ways - through setting user profiles, cmd: change userpasswords2, etc - but none of those work. I don't want passwords to be required for users. How do I reset this in the system? It required going into My Computer, Programs, etc. but I can't remember from there. HELP!
 

A:Changing password logon requirement

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Hi friends

I want to Disable windows startup login password requirement but i need that when i luck PC everytime after startup login, windows ask me password

How can i do this ?

Thanks for helps

A:Disable windows login password requirement

Click on Start and then Control Panel.

Click on the User Accounts and Family Safety link.

Click on the User Accounts link.

In the Make changes to your user account area of the User Accounts window, click the Remove your password link.

In the text box on the next screen, enter your current Windows 7 password.

Click the Remove Password button to confirm that you'd like to remove your Windows 7 password.

You can now close the User Accounts window.

Now that your Windows 7 account password has been deleted, you will no longer need to log on when your computer starts.

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when i was using XP its like i can enter nothing as a password and get to use my account from the laptop but on windows 7 and vista its like i have to set a password and it doesnt take nothing as a password even if i dont have a password !!!!
i asked some one and he used regedit to disable it but i cant contact him again :S heellllppppp !!!

A:disable remote desktop password requirement

Local Security Policy > Security Settings > Local Policies > Security Options
At the top of the list is "Accounts: Limit local account use of blank passwords to console logon only"

This setting was enabled by default in Windows XP as well. So in other words you must have disabled this value on Windows XP to be able to use blank passwords from the network.

I DO NOT recommended disabling this setting.

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Hi,

I have been doing allot of testing and boot tweaks lately and am hoping one of you Windows 7 Registry gurus can create a way to right click on my user icon or anywhere that will turn on and off the need to type in my password to login.

I hope this is possible and a easy tweak

Thank You Very Much !
Rockit

A:Right click to toggle users password requirement

Hello Rockit,

If you like, you could use OPTION TWO in the tutorial below to create on/off .reg files for this.

Log On Automatically at Startup

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In "Power Options/System Settings" I've set/checked
"Don't require a password."

Yet after it is awaken with a mouse move or keyboard
click it takes me to the Log-On Screen where I once
again have to enter my password.

An aside...I am using Office 365 and my MS Account is
one of those [email protected] So it may
disable that option even if set/checked.

Any help?

TIA
Windunce

A:Password requirement upon awakening the computer....problem

Hello Windunce,

You might check to see if you may have password protection from screen saver enabled causing this.

Screen Saver Password Protection -Enable or Disable - Windows 7 Forums
Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Hi all
My daughter gave me her old Vista computer and it requires me to enter a password when booting, I have the password and can enter it no problems but I don't want to have to enter it every time I turn the computer on, I want to be able to turn it on and come back later when it's booted and ready to go the same as I have always done on my XP machines. So is there a way of removing the requirement to enter the password? I have the existing password and full admin rights so I can change anything needed to remove the password requirement.
Thanks in advance for all help received.

A:How do I change the requirement to enter the password when booting the computer?

Logon Automatically


Press WinKey+R or click on Start then Run, enter control userpasswords2 and press Enter or click OK.Check the "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer" checkbox then click Apply. If it's already checked, skip to step 3.Select the user you want to be automatically logged on by clicking on it.Uncheck the "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer" checkbox then click Apply.
When you do this another window will open with the userid you selected showing (you can enter a different one if the wrong one is showing). Enter the password if there is one, leave blank otherwise. Click OK and you're done. Next boot, the userid you selected should be automatically logged on.

Or, since you don't care about passwords, just remove the password from Control Panel, User Accounts.

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I have a HP 17-f020us 17.3-Inch Touchscreen Laptop with window 8. I dont what to have to remove the battery to do this. Way to much for me to try to do. I would like to know how to do it through the Bios.
Thank you,
Rhonda
 

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HIUNFORTUNATELY I WAS SET BIOS PASSWORD AFTER FORGET PASSWORD SYSTEM DISABLED CODE: 50905088 I DONT WANT ANOTHER POWER ON PASSWORD OR ADMIN PASSWORD JUST REMOVE THE PASSWORD  AND LOG IN PASSWORD ALSO I FORGETTED PLEASE ANY POSSIBILITY TO RESET LOG IN PASSWORD ALSO  REGARDS KRISHNA

A:REMOVE POWER ON PASSWORD or ADMIN PASSWORD AND LOGIN PASSWOR...

Try: 45663008

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Hi, I work at a pawn shop, and we have a problem we have never encountered before.  This laptop, which is cleared and is now for sale in the shop, now asks for an administrator password or power on password.  It did not do this when it was brought in, nor when it was pulled from the back.  We were going to power it on for a customer, and it just started asking us for this password. I have seen in another post that you enter through it 3 times to get a code, so here is the code:61987774 Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks











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A:Remove Admin Password/ Power On Password on Boot Up

Please try this Password = 74685370 Hope this helps, for any further queries reply to the post and feel free to join us again  **Click the White Thumbs Up Button on the right to say Thanks**Make it easier for other people to find solutions by marking a Reply 'Accept as Solution' if it solves your problem. Thank You,KNRKAlthough I am an HP employee, I am speaking for myself and not for HP

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Windows cannot remove the password. Password and/or account policies require the account to have a password

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My husband found a Dell desktop left behind in one of the rental properties his company manages and brought it home. It works just fine, the only problem is that you have to enter the administrator password to do pretty much anything. There is a guest user that I can log onto without a password and get on the internet, but I can't save any files or download any programs without the password. Is there a way I can remove this password lock, without knowing the password or logging onto the admin user, or would I have to completely wipe Windows and reinstall it?
 
Thank you!

A:How to remove administrator password, without knowing the password?

Offline Registry Editor
 
Enable the Hidden Adminstrator Account and then use it to reset the standard Administrator Account. Follow this guide. Here is a video. You don't want to reset your admin accounts password using the Offline Registry Editor if by chance the file system is encrypted.
 
DANGER WILL ROBINSON!
If password is reset on users that have EFS encrypted files, and the system is XP or newer, all encrypted files for that user will be UNREADABLE! and cannot be recovered unless you remember the old password again If you don't know if you have encrypted files or not, you most likely don't have them. (except maybe on corporate systems)
 

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I've created a password for the guest account. Now I can neither change nor remove it.

Logging on as admin I can't find a setting to change or remove guest account's password.

Logging on as guest I am getting the "windows cannot change password" warning if I try to change or remove it.

On guest account using ctrl+alt+del>"change password", now I get a "access is denied" warning.

Any kind of help would be appreciated. Thanks.

PS: The whole issue has started with me seeing a warning on Bitdefender's Vulnerability module telling that the guest account has no password. I clicked on it and created a password for my guest account from within BD. That doesn't necessarily have to be related with the problem, just FYI.

A:Password Change / Remove Password Problem

uninstall bitdefender first, then reboot, next go to control panel, User Accounts and Family safety, User Accounts, select change your windows passwords and remove password from guest account and any other accounts you wish. Then reboot.

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Hello All,
   I need to remove user passwords. Yes I have removed Admin password. I have used Trinity, Hiren's boot disk, UBCD and other linux and password removal programs. I want to remove the user passwords from the login. I have done the safe mode startup and disabled the EUFI. I cannot login to the admin or safe mode unless i enter the user password. Which is what I am trying to remove. I have watched videos and read tutorials and all of them tell me to login and then change the password. Is there any possible way to remove this? I am talking about the main user login that has the user name with the email under it. Is there a way to remove them from pulling the hard drive and accessing it through usb as an external drive. I have been through multiple forums and all with the same thing. They all tell me to login and then change the safe mode or user settings. I want to remove the user password without loging in. PLEASE do not send me a site that shows me how to remove password after loging in or login and change the start up or settings. I already know how to do those things. Like I said I already removed admin password, but I cannot login or it does not show that user as a choice to login. Yes I am very frustrated with this. I think I am going to quit my job and quit working on computers if this is what Is installed for the future.   <<<<this is how I feel. DUMB!!   

A:Remove login password/ forgot password

That's a touchy subject...yes, there are ways to do what you want, but...I'm hesitant to assist, since there's no way for me to know what your intentions are or whether or not you have ownership of/ should have access to  the PC in question.  I know that sounds unhelpful at best and rude at the least, but...I'd go back to Google, if I were you. 

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My husband found a Dell desktop left behind in one of the rental properties his company manages and brought it home. It works just fine, the only problem is that you have to enter the administrator password to do pretty much anything. There is a guest user that I can log onto without a password and get on the internet, but I can't save any files or download any programs without the password. Is there a way I can remove this password lock, without knowing the password or logging onto the admin user, or would I have to completely wipe Windows and reinstall it?
 
Thank you!

A:How to remove administrator password, without knowing the password?

Offline Registry Editor
 
Enable the Hidden Adminstrator Account and then use it to reset the standard Administrator Account. Follow this guide. Here is a video. You don't want to reset your admin accounts password using the Offline Registry Editor if by chance the file system is encrypted.
 
DANGER WILL ROBINSON!
If password is reset on users that have EFS encrypted files, and the system is XP or newer, all encrypted files for that user will be UNREADABLE! and cannot be recovered unless you remember the old password again If you don't know if you have encrypted files or not, you most likely don't have them. (except maybe on corporate systems)
 

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I do not want to hack. Just want to remove password protection from that file. I know it's password.

A:How to remove password from rar file? (i know the password but)

I think it would be easier to just copy the uncompressed contents to a new rar without a password.

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Password check failed Fatal Error..... System Halted CNU9486Q0GPlease Help...Thanks!

A:Forgot password, would like to remove old password

Hi,Try: e9lovug51hAll small lettersUse QWERTY keyboardRegardsVisruth

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I have the Bios password for my computer but how do I remove it? It's fairly annoying entering it in every time.

A:How to remove Bios password when you have the password...?

Hi -Click Start > Help and Support > In the top box type Change Password -Depending on exactly which password you wish to change / reset, there is a list shown, plus directions -I do not think BIOS password is listed, but you may mean Logon password, or Windows password -Thank You -

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I need help knowing if my Rosewill 750W 80 plus gold will be enough power to overclock both gtx780 ti Superclocked and the new i7 4790k that is coming out. Also, does it mean they are overclocking the hardware when they say, "full load"? Here are some sites I found with wattage use:
GPU-
http://www.hardwareluxx.com/index.p...ti-superclocked-with-acx-cooler.html?start=19
and
CPU-
http://www.digitalstormonline.com/unlocked/intel-4790k-overclocking-review-and-benchmarks-idnum295/
 

A:PSU requirement

I would say no.

The 12 volt rail on your psu is 62 amps.

One evga gtx780 ti requires 42 amps on the 12 volt rail.

Full load means the gpu is at maximum usage without overclock.
 

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I have some rar files that are passworded now I have the password so can extract anything in it but was wondering is there a way to remove the password protection from the rar or do I just un-rar and re-rar it with no password?
 

A:remove password from rar if you HAVE the password?

UnRAR and then Re-RAR.
 

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How do I remove my password when my computer biits up in the welcome screen?  I followed the instructions by going to settings and I couod figure out how to remove it.  i want my o to  boot uo without a password.  I took it off once and then when my pc did an uodate it put it back on errrr.....
 
Thank you
 
Windows  8.1

A:How can I remove my welcome password

Simply follow this. I have never used a password on my desktop Windows 7 or 8 / 8.1 systems.
I also use Classic Shell operating system as it saves a lot of navigating.
 
Post back if you have problems, because it is very simple ........

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Hey I got this laptop from a company that closed and of course they had a

password on the HDD is there a way to remove it or do I need a new HDD. I just

want to format the HDD so I can use it I don't care for what's on it.
 

A:Remove password from a HDD

Member since: Aug 2006, 368 posts ?!???

You need to post these requests here:
HP / Dell / etc. Laptop password help (April - June 2008)
I suggest you read that thread in full too

Actually there are many useful forums / guides / downloads / threads that you really should have a look at, just for info.
 

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have sold my win 7 laptop but how do i remove my password so the buyer can use the laptop

thanks
 

A:remove password

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Hi guys, I'm new here! Just wanna say hello and see if anyone can do me a favor.Recently I've got a really annoying problem at work. Some of my PDFs can not be copyed, edited or printed. I know that's because they're secured but how can I remove the password? Any idea to work out the problem?

A:How can I remove PDF password?

Did you create the PDF's?

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can any 1 tell me how to remove administrator password from safe mode

A:how to remove password

Sorry but we cant help with bypassing passwords or changing passwords on admin accounts.

Here is what it says in the rules:


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ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES

Users may not post hacks, cracks, or give instruction how to pirate any type of software, or anything similar, in any forum of TSF. We do not condone, support or give instruction on any illegal activity pertaining to computer systems, computer hardware, computer software programs or computer related activities. Included in this group of activities are requests for help to circumvent system admin passwords or Administrator settings on networks. We do understand that the majority of requests may be legitimate, but we do not have the means to discern these from non-legitimate requests.

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I posted about this before I have a pass number 4 figures which I have to enter every time I boot up. How can I remove this so I and anyone else who uses the pc go straight to desktop. Netplwiz does'ent work I have unchecked the box but I still have to enter 4 figure number, Is there another way. Thanks

A:remove password

Is this the PIN for windows 10. If so, you have to remove that from the settings sections under accounts and then select sign in options and then select to remove PIN.

Then if you use netplwiz "correctly" it works every time.

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Hi there, I was wondering if someone could help me with a little problem I have...Over the weekend, my old computer's motherboard fried on me, leaving me to buy a new basic unit to use for now. My old hard drive, for some reason, would not start up either, as in it would loop from the bios to the loading screen then reset itself. Well, so I decided to slave that drive to my new drive and try to get some of the files off..but when i tried to explore my profiles documents on the slaved drive, I was not given access..maybe because I had a password on it? I am able to access everything but my documents on my password protected profile. Is there anyway of disabling my password so that I can get my files off? I mean the computer wont even let me try to type in a passwords for pete's sake! Please!! I really need my work off that drive!
 

A:How to Remove a Password

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I recently set an HDD password on my W510. Now I would like to disable it again. Unfortunatly the option to set the password is now inactive in the BIOS: It says "Hard Disk1 Password   [User]", but I cannot select the option in order to change it.This appears to be a bug. I once had a T61, where changing the password was no problem. I would really like to get rid of the password again. 













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A:Can't remove HDD password

danielthaler, welcome to the forum,
 
did you by any chance also set a supervisor password?  If you did, press F1 immediately you see the message "to interrupt ....." and enter the supervisor password at the prompt. If the HD password is different to the supervisor password you will then be required to enter it.
 
You should then have the ability to disable the HD password.
 
Hope this helps

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I posted a while back, but i still have the same problem with the same laptop its a Laitude D600, when i turn it on it takes me to this white page with HDD Password Lock...

Hard-disk #429F4JMAY4A-595B, the system Primary Hdd, is protected by a password authentication system. You cannot access data on this hard drive without the correct password.

I've tryed everything, dell,Dell,DELL, www.dell.com, 123456,123456789,123456654321 and more but nothing works it keeps me at the white screen

The hard drive is HTACHI, Travelstar

Any Help I Get, I Will Do
 

A:Hdd Password Remove Help

You must be a system administrator to change HDD passwords. If not, you will need to format and reload the OS on the HDD.
 

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Hi guys

Lately i made the password for windows xp (pro) . and I want to remove it . But i don't know how . Please inform me .

thx
 

A:how can i remove xp password

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Hey guys, so recently I just did a factory reset on my computer and I am back on IE9 and yes I use IE9 to play games as I have more viewing room on Internet Explorer, anyhow I am waiting for my updates so I can install IE11 and I accidentally mistyped my e-mail and saved the password and I was just wanting to know, how I could go about removing that e-mail and password so I don't accidentally highlight it and try to log in, thanks

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HiI got scammed now they put a password on and I cant get passed it any ideas how to remove it?Thanks

A:Remove password

Was this like a we want money to release your computer?Did they have some type of name for example FBI,E-Crime lab etc...

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Hello windows 7 users,
I am using windows 7 and I divided my hard disk into 4 partitions. I put a password to one partition using bitlocker. Now I want to remove that password. Tell me how to remove password for partition.

thanks and regards,
k.n.v.santosh

A:How to remove password

Have a look at Option Two in this tutorial How to Turn BitLocker On or Off without a TPM for Windows 7 Drive.

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My PC updated itself to a version of Windows 8 that demanded I enter new passwords, including a password to my hard disk. I don't want a password to my hard disk - it interferes when I access the machine remotely and restart it.

How do I remove the hard disk password?

Can I change the start-up user name, which I generated at a time when I was very angry with the machine and with Windows 8 in general. I wouldn't like my daughter to see it.

A:Remove HD password

Hello Cantata, and welcome to Eight Forums.

Do you mean the hard drive is encrypted with BitLocker, and is asking for the BitLocker password?

BitLocker - Turn On or Off for OS Drive in Windows 8

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My friend's father installed some anti-virus programme on her comp. Now she finds that she can't get to any adult sites. Yes, she is over 18.
Another friend suggested it must be a fire-wall.First friend says she has Norton Internet Security Proffessional on comp but 2nd friend says that's anti-virus software.
I didn't even know where to post this but can someone please help? Thanking you'all in advance as usual.
 

A:Need to remove a password.

NIS is both firewall and A/V but thats not the cause...
Looks like the Hosts file is blocking adult sites.
Whats happens when he tries?.what page error?

 

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Is there any software out there that I can use to remove pdf file password or find password.
 

A:remove pdf password

please read the rules again
we do not support password bypass
http://www.techguy.org/rules.html

Passwords - Please do not ask for assistance with (or ways to bypass) a forgotten or unknown password, personal identification number (PIN) or any other type of access code that may be required on a computer, mobile device or web site. As there is no way to verify the actual situation or intent, no assistance will be provided and any such threads will be closed.Click to expand...

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