Thursday, June 16, 2011

Lost Windows Password: Recover It with System Recovery Options

When you need to restore your computer configuration or when you need to perform Windows 7 error recovery such as fix master boot record and boot sector, you can use the System Repair to access the system recovery options to fix these errors.  And when you lost Windows 7 password, you can also take advantage of this feature to get back in your computer.
Honest speaking, the system recovery options can be also available on a Windows 7 installation disc or the recovery options provided by your computer manufacturer. If you don't have either of those choices, you can access it by the system repair disc which you can create through the Windows 7 built-in features. Following is a simple guide on how to use a Windows 7 system repair disc.
To use the system repair disc
1.Insert the system repair disc into your computer, and then turn on or restart your computer using.
3. If prompted, press any key to start the computer from the system repair disc.
If your computer isn't configured to start from a CD or DVD, check the information that came with your computer. You might need to set the BIOS to have the CD or DVD drive listed first in the boot order.
4. Select your language preferences and click on Next.
5. Select a recovery option listed below, and then click Next. And then follow its instructions to bypass your lost Windows password.
* Startup Repair
* System Restore
* System Image Recovery
* Windows Memory Diagnostic
* Command Prompt
Actually, the best way to reset Windows password is to use a third-party software, like Windows Password Unlocker. It will allow you to burn a bootable password reset disk with a blank CD/DVD or USB flash drive in any PC in a few seconds. When you boot your locked PC from the bootable disk, you’ll be able to reset the lost Windows password to blank within 3 simple clicks. No any data loss or damage after Windows password recovery.

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