The Administrator account is by far the most important account on the computer. But what happens if you change your account password regularly and subsequently forget the administrator password? Or what if you simply forget this password after not using the Administrator account for several months? What then? Are you stuck without the ability to administer the computer?
In a word, yes. Unless, that is, you've taken steps to ensure that the Administrator account password is saved. Here's what to do:
Your system doesn't have a floppy drive? Well, better just write down the password in your Franklin Planner, then. You have only yourself to blame for staying atop of the technology curve. Who knows? Perhaps this issue will be addressed in Service Pack 3.