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accidently deleted administrator file..by right clicking on "my computer"..."manage"...."local users and groups"..."users"...(then my account with admin access)....I would highly recommend that you never do this....I can no longer run most of my programs and would like to know if there is a way to recover it. The other occount on my computer has limited access so I cannot do anything...does this mean my computer is now a boat anchor?..I do still have the original administrator file in the folder but it doesn't seem to do anything.......

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    accidently deleted administrator file..by right clicking
    on "my computer"..."manage"...."local users and
    groups"..."users"...(then my account with admin
    access)....I would highly recommend that you never do
    this....I can no longer run most of my programs and would
    like to know if there is a way to recover it. The other
    occount on my computer has limited access so I cannot do
    anything...does this mean my computer is now a boat
    anchor?..I do still have the original administrator file
    in the folder but it doesn't seem to do anything....
    Lynn Guest

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    Lynn wrote:
    > accidently deleted administrator file..by right clicking
    > on "my computer"..."manage"...."local users and
    > groups"..."users"...(then my account with admin
    > access)....I would highly recommend that you never do
    > this....I can no longer run most of my programs and would
    > like to know if there is a way to recover it. The other
    > occount on my computer has limited access so I cannot do
    > anything...does this mean my computer is now a boat
    > anchor?..I do still have the original administrator file
    > in the folder but it doesn't seem to do anything....
    Log in as Administrator, using the Administrator password. Then you can
    give your own account Administrator rights and privileges.

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    Default Re: accidently deleted administrator file

    what is the default administrator password?

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    "null" <nullpc.net> wrote in message news:3F0C71A9.2050006pc.net...
    > Lynn wrote:
    > > accidently deleted administrator file..by right clicking
    > Log in as Administrator, using the Administrator password. Then you can
    > give your own account Administrator rights and privileges.

    WaNkEr Guest

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