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#1
I have problem in my laptop..
I was using this http://gprshub.com/printthread.php?tid=6048

Lekin ab jab pendrive lagata hu..toh start up key disk doesnt work.. It shows the start up key was not fount on the disk in drive A.

But there is already start up key.. I want remove this..i dont wanna lose my data..my laptop not logging in. It shows start up key again and again. I am so sad.. sadsmiley
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#2
You can make another admin privileged account using utilman swap trick, and remove the older account.
Reply if you wish to go further..
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#3
Please tell me how can i do that.
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#4
You need a windows installation disk/pendrive for this..
Boot from windows installlation media and start up windows repair, there in advance repair you can find a command prompt option..
Launch command prompt, type
Code:
wmic volume list brief

to identify your windows drive..(eg, D)
{Drive labels will be different than what we see in my computer}
Switch to windows drive (eg, DSmile and press enter.
Now type
Code:
cd windows\system32

and enter..
Now type following commands
Code:
ren utilman.exe utilman.exe.old
Copy cmd.exe utilman.exe


Now reboot computer normally
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#5
Now press windows key and U together..
Command prompt will show up..
To create new account
Code:
net user username password /add

press enter..
To make that user an admin
Code:
net localgroup Administrators username /add

Now reboot computer normally, and newly created user will be available for login..
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#6
To restore utilman again reboot via system repair disk and switch to cmd..

Again switch to your windows drive.
And type following commands
Code:
cd windows\system32
Del utilman.exe
Ren utilman.exe.old utilman.exe

And reboot computer normally.
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#7
Sorry bro. But there is not any cmd option
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#8
There is only showing start repair ..not cmd or any other option
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#9
Use windows installation disk, don't use windows native recovery environment..
Under repair there would be various options like system image recovery, system restore etx.
There should be use command prompt option ..
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