In the right pane, double-click the Administrator account. Running regedit and checking my registry value for AutoAdminLogon, I found it was already 1. To create this article, 41 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. If the advisors would actually sit down and pull the plug on their working system about 10 times in a row until they get that message, then actually really figure it out and fix it, the troubleshooting world involving this error would be a better place. This did allow me to reboot and enter safe mode again, but this time they had me select to go back to a previous configuration that worked. See Step 1 below to learn how. This will bring up a window likely unfamiliar to you.
Hi, GenieMac, Thank you for highlighting this matter to us. I have to bring it back to the line I'm typing on! We have not done any research on this, we will research on this matter and update on this page. Please vote my posts as helpful so I can get lots of points. I'm so glad that I purchased this old laptop from my neighbor. Create a new discussion If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Everything I try to do it tells me that I do not have that authority. This article has also been viewed 1,955,745 times.
Second,is to wait for the login screen. How would I rectify it to point to the path of my folder? I know first on my list would be a new fan for both, this pc tower and my laptop. You can double-check by opening the Control Panel and selecting User Accounts. If you are not logging in as Administrator, you are logging in some with some other user account. Once you have finished with the administrator and can use another account, disable it again using one of the methods above.
About going to those places and tweaking. Not many people advertise this. In case of any doubt please. But all the fonts, the hours glass and the arrow pointer is way too big. As I type, I have to keep an eye on it. If you need it, then you can enable it anytimne by following the simple command easily. It still states that I do not have administrator rights.
If there is not password protects the Administrator account, or blank password is set, then you will be able to access the Windows with full administrative privileges as Administrator. Otherwise accessing Windows Administrator and changing passwords could be construed as illegal entry and electronic trespass in a court of law. Use The Net Command To Enable The Administrator Account Using a built in Windows command is probably the most flexible way of enabling the administrator account. Also let me know which antivirus are you using on this computer. Thanks and Best Regards, Need help Urgent Maybe you had changed the administrator account name earlier.
To be honest Jose your reply is not pertaining to my issue. Type Dir D:, if it lists the Program Files, Users and Windows folders, you have the right drive letter. Why is it that another company has a program that evidently has been cleaning up this issue for a very long time, whereas Microsoft is not? Under the System32 folder I am able to click on and get into the cmd prompt, but not as an administrator. Please let us know how it went if you try the elevated shortcut. A lot of times I do not know where the cursor is and when I am able to see it on some other liine, the letters I have typed is putting letters into a word way up at the top. The program in question is the great little tool Winaero Tweaker.
The Administrator account is required in order to install programs and make changes to most Windows settings. In the left pane, expand the Local Users and Groups node, and then click Users. Select Safe Mode from the startup menu that appears. Type these commands in order, change the drive letter from D: if you found an alternative drive letter in the previous step. We have a dedicated and devoted team of professional writers with multi-dimensional experience of several years. It was running so low on space. Just go into safe mode.
You should be logged in by now as the Admin. My problem is after I log on to the administrator account I disables the administrator account then after that i log off now and enter the user account. Click Start and select Log Out or Switch User. I have replaced things in the tower in this and my other past computers. I am not trying to reinstall. I am using only one account from the very beginning which had admin privilege that time. Thank you for your help.
It really does fix the problem if the file is really missing. Double-click the newly created key, and then type 0 in the Value Data box. Close the Command Prompt and then the setup window to force a reboot. You must also have Administrative rights to the entire library of information on the disk. This is because you can use it from Command Prompt, from batch scripts, from within your own programs see below or even when you are unable to log in to Windows from another account. Which resulted in me going back to a point where I had to re-activate windows. Okay so, here is where I should have listened to my own instincts but I was told to check my d drive for former restore points, we found some.
Type AutoAdminLogon as the value name, and select ok. . I have tried so many times to get into Safe Mode and can not do that either. So it will not let me do anything at all. However, since I cannot add any more.