Wednesday, June 1, 2011

5 Simple Steps to Reset Forgotten Windows Password

As a common PC user, have you ever come across the one of the following problems?
1. Forgot Windows administrator password?
2. Forgot login password to you Dell/HP/Acer/Toshiba laptop?
3.  Lost Windows 7/Vista login password?
4. You or Someone changed your Windows password and now cannot remember what it changed to?
5. Bought a secondhand password, but you cannot access it as it is password protected?
Will you feel crazy if you are in urgent need of your computer on that condition? Well, keep calm and do as follows when you forgot Windows password, and you’ll be able to get in the computer in a few minutes.
Step 1: Make sure if you forgot Windows password permanently, rather than temporarily.  Try to recall your Windows password. Is it composed of Dates, names, places, foods, birthdays, etc?
Check if there is anything can offer some clues to the lost password, like a password hint?  No? Ok, please go to step 2.
Step 2: If you are a Widows XP user, try to log on to computer via the default administrator account.  Press Ctrl+Alt+Del twice on the logon screen to pop up the classic logon screen. Input “administrator” in the username box and leave the password box blank, and then press Enter. If you are a Windows Vista/7 user, please skip this step.
Step 3: Check if you ever created a password reset disk in advance or there is an accessible user account with administrator privileges available. Please note the standard user and guest accounts don’t have permission to reset password of another user account. No? Please continue.
Step 4: Prepare a blank CD/DVD or USB flash drive, and then get Windows Password Unlocker Professional. Burn a bootable password reset CD/DVD or USB flash drive with Windows Password Unlocker in any accessible computer.  Then boot the locked PC from the password reset CD/DVD or USB to reset lost Windows password.
Note: Windows Password Unlocker is one of the most popular Windows password recovery tools on market.  Featuring 100% recovery rate, it allows to instantly reset forgotten Windows password in 5 minutes.
Step 5: Reinstall Windows if you don’t want to use Windows Password Unlocker or it doesn’t work for you. It is the last choice. Of course, you can do system restore through the setup CD or a system repair disc.
Don’t think it is easy to complete the steps above? Don’t feel panic any longer when you forgot Windows password.

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