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Windows 7: Is There Any Way to Bypass/Remove/Change Person-Made Admin/Passwords?

02 Dec 2013   #1
bigyihsuan

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit
 
 
Is There Any Way to Bypass/Remove/Change Person-Made Admin/Passwords?

I've spent many hours looking though Google and other sites, and even this very forum. But I can't find any way to bypass administrators on a local computer.

Is there any way to remove an administrator account for good with a standard account?

Specifics:
  • Standard account, with no guest account
  • Unknown administrator password
  • Cannot install/Burn programs
  • OS is Windows 7, Home Premium 32-bit

Is there any way for a person with those specifics to remove the administrator account or at least change the administrator password?


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02 Dec 2013   #2
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello bigyihsuan, and welcome to Seven Forums.

Sure, you could do a clean install of Windows to do so.

Other than that, we can't help you to bypass/hack administrators since we have no idea of the legitimacy of this. It would violate the forum rules.
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02 Dec 2013   #3
bigyihsuan

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit
 
 

Thanks.

I wish I could do so, as re-installing Windows will come as a last resort....
I guess I have to do so.

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02 Dec 2013   #4
LMiller7

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 

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Is there any way for a person with those specifics to remove the administrator account or at least change the administrator password?
The Windows security system was designed as a very high priority to prevent that from happening.
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