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TeepeHoatssat : I have a new HP laptop with Windows 7 64 bit on it. I want to remove the password so that I don't constantly have to type it every time to log in. I went under Control Panel -> User Accounts and Family Safety -> User Accounts -> Remove Your Password. Windows asked me to type my password in order to remove it (which I did). When I did that, a message popped up saying:

"Windows cannot remove the password. Password and/or account policies require the account to have a password"

What do I have to do in order to remove the password? The password is on an administrator account. Another thing that I thought is important is that my HP laptop has an HP security program called "HP ProtectTools". Is it possible that HP ProtectTools is causing a problem?

Please tell me how I can remove the password. I really don't want to type the password every time because it is becoming a hassle. I will give 10 points to the person who can give me the information that I need to know.
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lenazhuck : Press the Windows key + R on your keyboard to launch the “Run” dialog box.

Type in control userpasswords2

Press Enter. The User Accounts window will display.

Uncheck the option “Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer”

Click “OK”

You will then be prompted to enter the current password and confirm it.

After doing so, you will no longer be prompted to enter your password upon login.

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enurmouse : To change account password policies, you need to have a system administrator password. Type "secpol.msc" into the search box in the
"Start" menu. Click on "secpol" in the list of results. Double-click "Account Policies" in the window that will come up, then double-click on "Password
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zratxhvm : Right you on on smoe websites when they have a source code, and its in a little iframe type thingy, with Copy and select all at the top, how do i do this, or what is it called :)
Thaanks :)
Sorry i cant explain it very well, but yh so basically its a box, that contains code, with a button for the user to press select all and copy :)
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Faceblate : Instructions
Show the computation of the amount of revenue that should be reported
on the income statement. (based on Accrual basis & cash basis)
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MemoMocaiff : 1.Performed services for patients who had dental plan insurance. At January 31, $790 of such services was completed but not yet billed to the insurance companies.
2.Utility expenses incurred but not paid prior to January 31 totaled $710.
3.Purchased dental equipment on January 1 for $83,050, paying $27,170 in cash and signing a $55,880, 3-year note payable (interest is paid each December 31). The equipment depreciates $430 per month. Interest is $540 per month.
4.Purchased a 1-year malpractice insurance policy on January 1 for $24,000.
5.Purchased $2,010 of dental supplies (recorded as increase to Supplies). On January 31, determined that $550 of supplies were on hand.
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kixtrarie : make a journal entry for ..jim haught, d.d.s., opened an incorporated dental practice on january 1, 2014. duri. make a journal entry for ..jim haught, d.d.s., opened an incorporated dental practice on january 1, 2014. duri
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Effitswes : I'm doing a research project on loans and credit cards.

Do you know anyone who doesn't use loans/credit cards at all? How do they do it? Any stories to share about that? Do you know anyone who is completely against credit cards or loans?

What are your opinions on the matter? Any new ideas to put on the table? Do you think they are necessary? Why or why not?

Do you have a card or loans to pay off? What did/do you use them for?
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Joseph Qk : Borrowing money can be smart and it can be stupid. People tend to abuse everything they touch. Sure, people live only on cash but they probably are the lowest income earners. Try saving to pay cash for a new car or to buy a house. The prices go up faster than you can save.
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NampDeemid : I make a 6 figure income, own my house free and clear, my wife drives a Lexus, I drive a Ford F-150 lariat (luxury pick up), and we have no debt.
How? I invest other people's money in real estate and provide them with incredible returns. I'm paid very well for my expertise. I pay cash for used vehicles (5 years old) rather than borrow money to drive new ones. I live in a modest house that is paid for rather than a luxury McMansion that has a huge mortgage. We only dine out on special occasions and live a simple, but very fulfilling life.
Ecclesiastes says "better one handful with tranquility than two handfuls with strife". In my mind the "strife" would be debt. I'd rather live a simple, tranquil life debt free than a luxurious life deep in debt.
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