how to sign in as administrator in windows XP?

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User Account Control safeguards your computer against hackers and protects it against malicious software. The tool prompts the user for the permission, if any application wants to make any changes to your computer.

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Rick - i dont have an answer although that's what i'm looking for. It seems as if AOL/HP doesn't want us to make comments when it goes against them. Reminds me of the Crimean vote where you can vote only YES.

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I reinstalled my OS and was able to get my display back. I did not fully upload all my drivers and other software and that was one reason my resolution was off after reinstalling my OS. I
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