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  1. Pluto
    January 27, 2019 @ 2:45 AM

    My problem is i made an extra account for my brother and i found out that i had two accoutønts already so i deleted one of the accounts called patri but then i deleted my main account (not knowing it was called patri) and now i cant get administrator thingy so i cant get my account back (the files if the account is still there tho)

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  2. Geoff P
    December 5, 2018 @ 1:56 PM

    My issue is clearly way deeper in the system.
    The Command prompts you have mentioned plus ‘cmd’, (simply no response) ‘control user2′, sfc /scannow, netplwiz’ are met by;
    System error 5 has occurred Access denied. OR
    This Snapin can’t be used with this edition of Win 10, Go to user accounts in Cont Panel – where there is no appropriate heading.
    OR
    The dreaded ‘NO’ box accompanied by the windows (you loose) ‘bongs’!
    Which suggests;
    To continue, enter an admin user name and password.
    This means that I can’t even allow the JAVA update which has been ‘nagging’ for some days – as I have no authority what so ever over MY computer!
    I’ve spent 20+ hours chasing this which included contact with Microsoft who did a re-install (without actually asking).
    Fortunately I had backed up all my personal files before contacting them!
    The only noticeable effect being that I then possessed a US configured keyboard!!!
    @ and ” swap places but don’t tell you so you begin ‘hunt the needle Microsoft version’!
    This little trick (illogically) requires a visit to Time & Language in Settings to rectify.
    Linux continues to look better and better!

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  3. Geoffrey PIDD
    November 22, 2018 @ 10:37 PM

    lusrmgr
    I get ‘This snapin can’t be used with this version of Win 10
    net user admin etc.
    I get system error 5 access denied
    control userpasswords2
    I get a box containing only one option which is NO
    I have tried may other suggestions and am beginning to consider a full WIN 10 re-install.
    This clearly something buried much deeper that I can find.

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    • AM
      December 1, 2018 @ 1:27 AM

      I’m also having the same problem.

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    • Pluto
      January 27, 2019 @ 2:46 AM

      I have the same issue

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