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10 steps to access admin account of any computer

Published on 29 January 15
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This is a tutorial and I am NOT responsible for any expulsions or such if you do this at college/work!
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First, restart your computer.
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Once you get to this screen, hold the power button on the computer until it turns off (no damage will be done, trust me).
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If you did it correctly, you should get this screen. If you get something like "Windows did not shut down correctly," try again. Otherwise, select "Launch Startup Repair."
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Let the repair go through. If you get this window, select "Cancel."
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When you get this window, click on "Show problem details." Scroll down, and click the link on the very bottom. Notepad should pop up.
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Go to File/Open, and double-click your "Local Disk" (Mine is D:/ because I have a virtual machine. Yours will probably be C:/).
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Go to Windows/System32. Now do EXACTLY as I say, or you MIGHT break the computer. Under "Files of type," select "All files." Scroll down and find "cmd," then make a copy of it in the same folder (Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V). You should get a file named "cmd - Copy" or something like that.
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Find "sethc" in the same folder. This file executes sticky keys. Rename it to "sethc 1."
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Rename your "cmd - Copy" to "sethc." Close notepad, and hit "Finish" to shut down your PC, or just restart it manually.
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Once you get back to the login screen (where it says "Press Control - Alt - Delete." Ignore my background, I don't have that enabled), press "Shift" 5 times to open up the command prompt.











This is a tutorial and I am NOT responsible for any expulsions or such if you do this at college/work!

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 1

First, restart your computer.

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 2

Once you get to this screen, hold the power button on the computer until it turns off (no damage will be done, trust me).

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 3

If you did it correctly, you should get this screen. If you get something like "Windows did not shut down correctly," try again. Otherwise, select "Launch Startup Repair."

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 4

Let the repair go through. If you get this window, select "Cancel."

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 5

When you get this window, click on "Show problem details." Scroll down, and click the link on the very bottom. Notepad should pop up.

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 6

Go to File/Open, and double-click your "Local Disk" (Mine is D:/ because I have a virtual machine. Yours will probably be C:/).

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 7

Go to Windows/System32. Now do EXACTLY as I say, or you MIGHT break the computer. Under "Files of type," select "All files." Scroll down and find "cmd," then make a copy of it in the same folder (Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V). You should get a file named "cmd - Copy" or something like that.

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 8

Find "sethc" in the same folder. This file executes sticky keys. Rename it to "sethc 1."

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 9

Rename your "cmd - Copy" to "sethc." Close notepad, and hit "Finish" to shut down your PC, or just restart it manually.

10 steps to access admin account of any computer - Image 10

Once you get back to the login screen (where it says "Press Control - Alt - Delete." Ignore my background, I don't have that enabled), press "Shift" 5 times to open up the command prompt.

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