and the one that came pre-installed with the system, try creating a new admin account and setting a password for that.
Having just one admin capable account may cause problems in the future. What would happen if that account became corrupted, and you couldn't access the system as an Administrator to check or make changes?
Note: Creating a new admin account will make the pre-installed System Administrator account disappear from the Welcome screen. The folders and files will still be there, and that account will still be available in Safe Mode, but not in normal mode. To transfer the data held in that account to a new one, use the procedures given by Microsoft here;
I tried making a password for my account on my computer (its the only one) and is thus the administrator, however when I do the whole control panel thing into user accounts and then set password, i cant type anything in the box-it doesn't show up, nor does the cursor to prompt typing...what is wrong?