passwords exist to restrict access to undesirable information to users.But, probably, many fall into a situation where you put like a simple password (for example, to restrict access to the files for children), and then forget it.Accordingly, log in without a password can not do it.First of all there is an idea immediately reinstall the operating system.But there are other options.If you have Windows XP, try the following methods.
- computer operating system Windows XP, a screwdriver.
first method by which we can try to log on.The window to enter the name, just enter the "Administrator", and in line to enter the password then press Enter.The fact that most users after installing the operating system creates a user profile, and the profile of the administrator is.Moreover, this profile is not visible either on the Welcome screen, or in the list of profiles in the operating system.
second way - to log in without a password.Turn on the computer.Wait until the passw
ord entry screen, and then press the combination of keys "Ctrl + Alt + Del + Reset".The Reset button is located on the computer.After that, reboot your PC, all passwords will be reset and the system will boot in normal mode without a dialog box for entering a password.
Another way to log in without a password.It is associated with clearing the BIOS settings.Disconnect your computer from the electrical outlet.Unscrew the fastening bolts of the system unit and remove it.Now look for the battery on the motherboard (the usual round battery installed in the motherboard) and remove it from the slot.Wait about five minutes, then set the battery back into the slot.Thus, the BIOS settings will be reset.Close the cover of the system unit.
Turn on the computer and wait for the operating system.It should boot normally.If a dialog box where you want to choose a user name and password appears, just leave the line blank and enter the password, press "Enter".
Note that a universal method to log in without a password does not exist.Much depends on the version of Service pack of the operating system, its version of the assembly of the motherboard and BIOS version.If in one case, one option might work, it does not mean that it will work in all other cases.