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www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001097.htm

Apr 26, 2017 ... Steps on how to give a Windows XP account administrator rights. ... Select Computer administrator and then the Change Account type button. ... and in the right pane you should see all user accounts setup on your computer.

www.tomshardware.com/forum/263888-45-change-system-administrator-settings-windowsxp

it is an old pc that i have obtained from work it is no longer in use there.but i do not have access to system administrator or the password.this ...

www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/ua_change_account_type.mspx

You must have a computer administrator account to change a user's account type . Open User Accounts in Control Panel. Click the name of the account you want ...

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When you need to change Windows XP administrator password and you know ... To most users who lost password, they may have not made the Windows XP ...

support.sas.com/rnd/itech/doc9/admin_oma/security/auth/security_winxp.html

To set permissions on Windows XP: Select Start Settings Control Panel. In the Control Panel, open Administrative Tools. In Administrative Tools, open Local ...

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Jun 19, 2005 ... How can I configure the account that I'm using to have administrator rights? ... In Windows XP Pro, that Administrator account is not listed on the login screen ... But now I want to watch English DVDs so I need to change it back.

www.wikihow.com/Change-the-Settings-on-a-Windows-XP-Computer-Without-Being-Detected

These instructions will allow you to bypass a password and change the settings on a computer running Windows XP Home Edition. You can erase your tracks ...

www.compdigitec.com/labs/2009/03/15/editing-settings-for-administrator-account-in-windows-xp

Mar 15, 2009 ... By default, Windows XP's new user management tool only allows you to edit the Administrator account if there are no other accounts (excluding ...

www.wikihow.com/Login-to-Windows-XP-as-the-Administrator

The Administrator account is required in order to install programs and make changes to most Windows settings. If you're using your own computer, chances are ...