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how do you override system error 5? Answered

i tried to hack the password but it said access denied system error five

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AmandaLee468mZ

8 months ago

On win 7 (and others), this needs to be run under a elevated privs command prompt. You could right click and Run as administrator or open a command prompt in this way (run as..)

Sometimes, even if you run it as admin, Windows will still prompt you with the error. You might need to log-in as admin or edit your account to have administrative privilege.

https://www.errorsolutions.tech/error/system-error-5-has-occurred/

Solution 1. Log-in as Administrator

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HarshS5

3 years ago

dont have admin rights .. how can i run as admin

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OrionA

4 years ago

Just run cmd As An Administrator.

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SujataG

4 years ago

I tried to change my PC administrator account password with cmd, but when it asked typing password then i retyped the password after pressing enter it showed msg Access denied, system error 5 occurred . Is there a way to fix this problem...

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SujataG

4 years ago

I tried to change my PC administrator account password with cmd, but when it asked typing password then i retyped the password after pressing enter it showed msg Access denied, system error 5 occurred . Is there a way to fix this problem...

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guiltycrown

5 years ago

i tried to change my school account to administrator using "net localgroup administrator {username here} /add" and got
"system error 5 has occurred."
"accsess is denied."
is there any way to over ride this

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Nofew

9 years ago

Could you post more information on the problem, like what you do to get the error, version of anything relevant, etc?

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MikeN19_09Nofew

Answer 9 years ago

I agree. If you were to write an Instructable on some of the most common cmd error's and alternate ways to solve the problems it would be a great help for many computer users who are new to using shell coding on various windows platforms. For the record though what is mentioned above does not in fact work on windows vista. For vista you have to have access to an admin account or you are pretty much screwed without a bootable drive i.e. a CD-ROM or floppy disc with the appropriate files.

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ClCrow

9 years ago

Its very simple....your doing it from a limited account and therefore it wont let you. People on youtube and forums should really try their tricks out on a limited account...most of the account hacks do not work on limited. Fortunately (if you are XP or earlier) there is a way around. At startup, after you see the load page with the computer brand name, hold down F8. If you hear a continuing beep, let F8 go, and try again after a second. Eventually you will get a boot menu. Using the up and down keys, select "Safe Mode With Command Prompt" and hit Enter. A lot off blah blah will apear and the screen will appear to freeze-don't hit enter or try to continue...you will eventually get to the login page. If you get the regular graphic login screen, hit Ctrl+Alt+Delete and Type in "Administrator" and login (do not enter a password). (Obviously, since you got the system error, you did it right before.) You will get a command window...now do what you tried before and you are in. I don't know for sure, but I doubt this works with Vista. Hope this helps....I am not responsible for what you do with this knowledge....don't get yourself banned from any computers. C://