Actually I wouldn't advocate writing the passwords down - I'd advocate
using passwords (or better, passphrases) that you can remember. If you
need to write something down write yourself a reminder of what the
For example if your pass phrase is "Chargers are #1!" a good reminder
might be "How 'bout them Bolts?!" Nobody who comes across a post-it or
slip of paper that says that is going to easily guess what your pass
phrase is from that, but it should be enough to remind you of what it
Best wishes and aloha,
Ben M. Schorr, MVP
Roland Schorr & Tower http://www.rolandschorr.com http://www.officeforlawyers.com
Author - The Lawyer's Guide to Microsoft Outlook 2007: http://tinyurl.com/5m3f5q
"Malke" <malke@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> David wrote:
> > I have inadvertantly activated the administrator password, which I do not
> > remember, in Vista home premium and now I can't access my computer at all.
> > I
> > do not have a password reset disk that the PC is asking me for. Is there
> > a
> > way that I can deactivate the passsword funtion?
> Burn the precompiled CD .iso (as an image, not as data), boot with the media
> you create, change the Administrator's password to a blank. Log into
> Windows and make your desired changes. Write passwords down.
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