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Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Get Administrator Access Without a Password

There are a number of ways to gain access to a password-protected administrator account. I'll offer two.
The first one is quick and easy, but only works in XP. If the used PC runs Vista or Windows 7, skip the next three paragraphs.

XP contains a backdoor entrance to administrator control. The following will only work if the previous owner didn't know enough to close the backdoor. First, boot into Safe Mode: Start your PC, and press F5 before the Windows logo appears. (It may take a few tries to get the timing right.) From the resulting Boot menu, select Safe Mode. When the logon screen appears, it will probably contain a user you've never seen before, Administrator, that does not have a password. Thus, you can enter Windows as an administrator-level user.
Once inside Windows, you can use Control Panel's User Accounts applet to change the password on the other administrator account or create a new one for yourself. And while you're there, you might also want to add a password to the Administrator account in order to close the backdoor. But that's probably the case.
If you're using Vista or Windows 7, or if someone closed that backdoor already, you can remove the administrator password with Ubuntu Linux. This gets a little complicated, so follow it closely.
If you don't already have a live Ubuntu Linux CD, download the current version. Double-click the just-downloaded .iso file. Windows might start a program that burns your Ubuntu CD. If it doesn't, download and install ISO Recorder, then try again. Simply copying the .iso file to a CD won't work.
The instructions below are based on Ubuntu version 10.04.1 LTS--the most current version as I write this.
Once you've created the disc, boot off the CD. When asked, click the Try Ubuntu button.

You'll first need to install the software: From the menus in the top-right corner of the screen, select System, Administration, Software Sources. In the resulting window, check the two options not yet checked: Community-maintained Open Source software (universe) and Softrware restricted by copyright or legal issues (multiverse). Click Close, then Reload.
After the program is done processing, select System, Administration, and Synaptic Package Manager from the top-right corner menus.
In the resulting window's Search field, enter chntpw. A program with that name should appear in the list of packages below. Click it and select Mark for installation. Click the Apply toolbar icon. Click Apply, and wait until the installation is complete.

Now mount your drive: From the top menus, select Places, then your internal hard drive or Windows partition. When it's mounted, a File Browser window (much like Windows Explorer) will appear.
By double-clicking the folder icons, go to the Windows drive's Windows\system32\config folder. Leave this window up.
Now you can remove the password.
From the top menus, select Applications, Accessories, Terminal. This brings up a black window similar to Windows' command line (or the DOS box for you old-timers).

Arrange these two windows so that you can see the top section of the File Browser window behind the Terminal window. In the Terminal command line window, type cd /media/ (note the SPACE after cd) and the path to your config folder, using the folder names at the top as a guide. I wish I could simply tell you to type "cd /media/windows/system32/config", but unlike the Windows command line, Ubuntu's Terminal is case sensitive. Depending on what version of Windows you're trying to reclaim, it may be windows/system32 or Windows/System32, and Ubuntu won't see it if you get the case wrong.
When it's typed, press ENTER.
Now type sudo chntpw -u logon SAM, where logon is the logon name for the administrator account. For instance, if you're trying to take over my account, you'd enter sudo chntpw -u Lincoln SAM. Remember, everything here is case sensitive, including the logon name.
After you hit ENTER, a lot of text will scroll up very quickly. If you entered the text correctly, the last section will begin ". . . . User Edit Menu:"

Now press 1 (the number, not lower-case L), then ENTER.
At the resulting question, press y.
When the program is done, click the power button logo in the upper-right corner and reboot into Windows. The account in question will no longer require a password

Sunday, 23 June 2013

How to Create Shortcuts for Shortcuts

You can put Keyboard shortcuts for desktop shortcuts.
To do this follow these steps :

1) Right click on the shortcut.
2) Go to properties.
3) Click once on the "Shortcut Key" bar.
4) Press any alphabet that you want to use as Shortcut Key.
5) Press OK Now to open that shortcut,
Press CTRL+ALT+"the alphabet

Restart Windows without Restart Your PC

1) When you click on the SHUTDOWN button,
2) make sure to simultaneous press SHIFT Button.
3) If you hold the Shift key down while clicking on SHUTDOWN button,
4) you computer would restart without restarting the Computer.

This is equivalent to term "HOT REBOOT

Play Videos in MSPaint

play movie on microsoft paint

simple first hit the print screen button on the keyboard
when then media files are playing then open paint and
paste by pressing ctrl+v (paste key) voila

the movie starts on the paint application

Windows xp Hidden Programs

1. Private Character Editor :

Used for editing fonts,etc.
** start>>Run
** Now, type eudcedit

2. Dr. Watson :

This an inbuilt windows repairing software !
** start>>Run
** Now, type drwtsn32

3. Media Player 5.1 :

Even if you upgrade your Media Player, you can still access your old player in case the new one fails !!!
** start>>Run
** Now, type mplay32

4. iExpress :

Used to create SetupsYou can create your own installers !
** start>>Run
** Now, type iexpress

Saturday, 1 June 2013

Install Android OS on PC

Requirements for this Tutorial

Things require for this tutorial are as under:
  • Netbook or Desktop
  • USB Drive
  • Basic Computer Skills

Installation Guide

Once you have fulfil the requirements, then move to installation guide and this tutorial takes half an hour to implement guides on your desktop or netbook and this tutorial has two parts which described as under so let’s start our tutorial:

 1. Preparing USB Drive

  • First of all you need to backup your data and then format your usb drive.
  • Now go to the download link of android and download android from there. You can download the android version compatible with your pc.
  • After that you need to download and install the software named as “UNetbootin”. This software let’s you to unpack the iso files and then  boot them in usb drive.
  • When both the softwares are downloaded on your pc, you need to open first “UNetbootin”
install UNetbootin

  • Select ISO from drop down list and then give it the location of android software you have download above. After that if you want any other settings then setup otherwise and then click on OK button.
extracting UNetbootin files

  • Wait few minutes until “UNetbootin” software loads files on USB and when it load files then you need to reboot your computer or notebook.

2. Installing Android On PC

Once you are done with the USB then it’s time to install this android on computer.
  •  First you need to plugin the USB drive into the device where you are looking to install android and then reboot that devices.
  • On Startup of computer, you need to make USB drive as first boot source so that it can easily be install from USB. Once you are done, it will show up you screen as show in the picture below. Now select first option that is “Live CD – Run Android-x86 without installation“.
run android without installation

  • It will then take few minutes and after then loads the android desktop.The screen looks like as the image below.
andriod appearance on pc

  • Congratulations !! You have now successfully install the android on your or notebook and right from your computer you can install application to your android phones easily.