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cestmoikashTopic starter

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Is the system drive protected?
« on: 07-November-17, 11:55:50 »

Hello,

Recently I changed the admin password of my GT80S while I was quiet tired and I cannot remember it.

I looked on the internet and find multiple ways to solve that issues but all of them is using obviously the terminal and the system partition.

On my system while booting from a Windows iso, I prompt the terminal and then I want to browse windows\system32 which is supposed to be on c: but the terminal returns a error. I tried on other drives impossible to find the proper path to this folder.

MSI it's it protecting system drive but some kind of way?

How can I reset my password?

Thank you guys.
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« Reply #1 on: 08-November-17, 05:48:12 »

What is the step that the terminal returns a error? 

Try this:
https://www.iseepassword.com/reset-windows-10-password.html

If you still canot reset the admin passaord, you should ask on Microsoft forum or their support page since it relates to Windows function.
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« Reply #2 on: 09-November-17, 07:26:21 »

Hi, following multiple tuto, I usually get an error while changing directory from c: to Windows\system32
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« Reply #3 on: 13-November-17, 13:24:45 »

I get the error when I need to change directory to \windows\system32
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« Reply #4 on: 13-November-17, 14:33:54 »

I have to add that the c: drive is a SSD raid0 maybe this is relevant.

By the way I'm trying to boot linux from USB but my launch boot only start Windows, even selecting the proper drive from the boot selection. Very weird behavior.

What am I missing here?
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