Tuesday, June 28, 2011

3 Different Disc for Windows 7 Password Recovery

Most Windows operating systems have a password feature that allows users to keep their work private from other users on the same system. Windows 7 is one such OS. A user having problems logging in to his account on a Windows 7 computer may want to try and reset Windows  password. There are a couple of options available, such as using the Windows 7 installation disc or a password reset disc created with a USB.
Windows 7 Installation Disc
Step 1: Insert the Windows 7 installation disc into the computer's CD-ROM drive and reboot the computer
Step 2: Select language settings, then click "Next"
Step 3: Click "Repair your computer"
Step 4: Choose the "Restore your computer using a system image that you created earlier" option, then click "Next"
Password Reset Disc
Step 1: Enter an incorrect password in the login screen, then click "OK." When the message appears telling you the password is wrong, insert the Windows 7 password reset disc, then click "Reset password".
Step 2: Click "Next" when the "Welcome to Password Reset Wizard" window appears .
Step 3: Select a disc drive, then click "Next"
Step 4: Type in a new password, then retype the new password, then enter a password hint. Click "Next," then click "Finish" .
Windows Password Recovery Disc

Once you forgot Windows password, you can still reset it with a third party software. There are many kinds of password recovery toolkit on the market. So it is not an easy thing to choose a right and practical one. As I know, Windows Password Unlocker is easu-to-use and professional for Windows 7 password recovery. You can download this software and have a try right away.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for share. And the third-party software is indeed the best choice when you lost your Windows password. But when you choose this way the most important can be which software you use. You can see a lot software online, but some may be expensive, some may be danger, or some may be not available for your system. After comparing I think Anmosoft Windows Password Reset is the best, which can support most systems. And if you are interested in it you can learn more from:
    http://www.resetwindowspassword.com

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  2. Great software and seems to be effective. I also think reset software is the best way to recover Windows forgotten password. But unfortunately I didn't try before. Another I can talk about good or not, Windows Login Recovery. You can learn and download from:
    http://www.windowsloginrecovery.com

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