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I bought a used laptop administor help password

By vheneger ·
I bought a used laptop and when I tried to get into the computer it as an administor password which locks me out of everything. How do I go in and release and change this password and take out or i cant get into the computer at at all. Not A computer person
Thanks vangie

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ask the person you bought it from

by netwrk_admn In reply to I bought a used laptop a ...

We cannot verify that you are using this for malicious purposes, and as a community, TR frowns on helping people 'crack' passwords.

Also, you didn't note the manufacturer / operating system. :)

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Didn't say, either

by santeewelding In reply to I bought a used laptop a ...

If it was warm to the touch.

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You're not a computer person?

by jfuller05 In reply to I bought a used laptop a ...

Then how is your job in Technical/PC Support?

I'm just curious. :)

P.S. We can't give you suggestions on how to get "into" a used/someone's computer. The only advice we can give is: Ask the former owner what the password is.

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what the thumbs up for?

by patb071 In reply to I bought a used laptop a ...

Looks like they created a bogus question just to give someone a thumbs up. Wow im impressed!

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they were very generous {NT}

by .Martin. In reply to what the thumbs up for?
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pat

by santeewelding In reply to what the thumbs up for?

There are three Chinese curses, one of which has it that you should worry coming to the attention of an authority.

You have, and, you are not appreciated.

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You have to admit

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to what the thumbs up for?

it's a remarkable spot for a thumb under the circumstances. ]:)

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Et tu, Brute?

by santeewelding In reply to You have to admit
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Hey!

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to Et tu, Brute?

I meant that it's ironically appropriate. Warm, hot... yadayada.

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"Hot"

by santeewelding In reply to Hey!

As in, stolen property, or receivership of stolen property, is what I was driving at, without being too blatant, in having authored my original post, wherein, my authorship arises, therein, my authority, for the sake of pat.

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