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I changed my aunts password on her laptop and I forgot it.

I tried opening up a cmd sheel and tried net user, but her name doesnt show up on the network. How can I change if from the bios or something?
 

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No can't be changed, unless you can access the admin account in safemode.

you can also try ERD commander.

but that is in the case if the password is for OS

if its a bios password you would have to try to reset the bios by using a jumper.
Or getting a master password from the manufacturer
 
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did u try booting from safe mode. i think windows dont ask for a password when u enter to safe mode
 

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If that doesnt work, you can try working through DOS to find it but I dont know if you can. You may have to reformat...
 
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this si sort of dumb, but when it gets to the boot screen option, what do i press to get into safe mode.

My rig usually just has an option to on the bootscreen, just like if you want to get into the bios.
 
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she spelled the password wrong. wow thanks though.
 
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Um, are we talking about a windows password?

Lookup a program called Active Password Changer, its a bootable cd that will remove windows passwords :)

If it's a bios password, reset the bios *not so easy with some notebooks*
 

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#9
Ultimate boot CD has a nice tool that can reset Windows passwords. Just make sure to clear it, don't try to change it. That often doesn't work.