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Windows 7: How to be administrator if I had standard user

14 Jul 2012   #11
Kaktussoft

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In with step are you now? All previous steps are succesfully?

METHOD I(work only for 32 bit systems)

1. Download this file enableadmin.exe, save it on your desktop, and unblock it. (Open File - Security Warning : Unblock File ) Just unblock it, not execute it.

2. Open a command prompt at boot.

3. In the command prompt, type diskpart and press Enter. (see screenshot below step 5)

4. In the command prompt, type list volume and press Enter. (see screenshot below step 5)
NOTE: This will let you see what the drive letter is for your Windows 7 drive. It may not always be the C: drive letter at boot.

5. After making note of the drive letter, type exit and press Enter. (see screenshot below)

6. In the command prompt, type:
cd /d <boot partition>:\Users\<your account name>\Desktop

press ENTER

where <boot partition> is the drive letter where you installed Windows 7

and next type in command prompt

enableadmin


example:

here OS is on drive D:,the account name was John where this file has been placed so commands for this example will be:

cd /d D:\Users\John\Desktop

press ENTER

enableadmin

press ENTER



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14 Jul 2012   #12
hadza999

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when I open command prompt and type diskpart the UAC showed up and let me to choose just No
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14 Jul 2012   #13
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hadza999 View Post
when I open command prompt and type diskpart the UAC showed up and let me to choose just No
Impossible!!

Did you really do this?
2. Open a command prompt at boot.

To Open a Command Prompt at Boot
1. Boot from either your Windows 7 installation disc or Windows 7 System Repair Disc, and press Shift + F10 when at either screen below.

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15 Jul 2012   #14
hadza999

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Hey when I try create system repaire disc UAC show up and let me to click just No
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15 Jul 2012   #15
hadza999

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Hey, Me again UAC: Yes button i grey and UAC let me to chosee just No button how to fix that help
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15 Jul 2012   #16
hadza999

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I just now from a boot i open command prompt sorry I just now remember
I ask you if i type some text not correct is it possible to I crash my OS Windows 7 32- bit Ultimate pls answer me
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15 Jul 2012   #17
Kaktussoft

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hadza999 View Post
I just now from a boot i open command prompt sorry I just now remember
I ask you if i type some text not correct is it possible to I crash my OS Windows 7 32- bit Ultimate pls answer me
You have booted now with system repair disc? And you see blck screen so command prompt?
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15 Jul 2012   #18
Kaktussoft

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and did you save enableadmin.exe on your desktop?
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15 Jul 2012   #19
hadza999

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Hey man, I don't have a system repair disc
because UAC don't let me to click Yes that Yes button i greyed and Can I in boot menu to do taht in turtorial until i don't have a system repair disc and I sThat safe can I crash my computer... Amin
Thanks anyway answer me

Yes I saved it on desktop
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15 Jul 2012   #20
hadza999

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I don't have a SYSTEM REPAIR DISC BECAUSE uAC is don't let me to create it InšAllah and is this safe this command prompt from boot
i copied that method I on paper and i look it and is that safe just answer me
sorry if I am boring I don't understand miuch or more in computers, hardversor hardwers and softwares
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