I was resetting my password administrator password for my HP Pavilion dm4 laptop. I got distracted and when I came back to the laptop to finish the process I realized I was timed out. so I answered and my password that I believe I put in and use that easy helpfu pasword hint. And still feel like getting and I do not have to reset her password this how can I please change my password that life scan has been disarmed so I don't have to worry about that. Thank u doooo much.
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Most have a backup battery that you can take out and sometimes that will reset the password.  You might have to find it on your model and take it out and leave it out for a few hours then put it back in.  That should reset it for you.
Asim kaskaya
The easiest way of changing Windows password is to use the command prompt:
1. Open an evaluated command prompt.
2. Enter the following command to change your use password:
net user <username> <password>
Replace the <username> with the name of your Windows account, and <password> with your actual password.
This methods requires you being able to log in to Windows as administrator account. If you forgot your admin password, then you can need to use some third party software such as Windows Password Recovery Tool Ultimate to change your login password. Follow the video tutorial with step-by-step guide!


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