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Excuse me, how the fudge do I reboot (or System Recovery thingie) my computer w/out being admin?...
I've sort of managed to forget the admin password..
Not sure what the question is...but I'll try: System recovery is far different from rebooting (Switching your computer off and on software wise) If you forgotten your admin password - well there are tools (not sure if I am allowed to mention it here) that you can use to recover/change it on bootup. Not being an admin should not restrict you from rebooting(unless you can't see the start button and that is your problem). If it is Windows, try to press the 'windows button + r' this will give you the Run command box: Type in 'shutdown /r /f' to restart your pc. System recovery is done by booting up with your Operating System disc that came with your computer.
Thank you, but I'm afraid that doesn't explains me a lot. At school we had a big project, and peoples usually bring their laptops. And he was scared someone would fudge up his Facebook account so he changed to a long and difficult password. Which he somehow must've had two typos, both at the type in new password and the confirm new password. He now has no acsess to anything at all.Since he's using a guest user. We're trying to get to know how to reset the computer completely til factory settings.
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