If you have forgotten your Windows XP account’s password, then you can still login through another account – that is “Administrator” account of windows and change or remove your own account’s password from there. It’s an old trick but still unknown by many Windows XP users
To do this:
1. On Login screen, press CTRL+ALT+DEL twice in such a way that there should be a pause of about one second before your second press of CTRL+ALT+DEL.
Don’t do this quickly, give a little pause between the two combination!
2. You will see a login screen where, you’ll be asked to enter Administrator password.
3. Just press the Login button or Enter Key, leaving the password field blank!
You’ll be logged in your system with the Administrator account, which is not seen at normal login screen.
This is because mostly when windows is installed at home computers, administrators passwords are ignored and left blank during installation.
When you enter this account, with this trick, you actually log into the actual administrator account of Windows, from where you easily go to:
control panel > user accounts, and change or remove any windows account’s password!