Monday, August 29, 2011

Why I can't get into safe mode in windows 7?

I clicked F8, then I clicked safe mode, I was hoping there would be a safe mode user there, I got to the Login Screen but there’s still my admin and my guest. Because I forgot the password on my admin and I can't change or view the password on my guest because. How do i get the safe mode account?

To access safe mode in Windows 7, the administrator password is required. If you forgot the administrator password, it’s required to reset the password at first. If don’t have a password reset disk for that admin account, then it’s highly advised to have a try of Windows Password Unlocker, a professional Windows password recovery tool.

Trough Windows Password Unlocker, you can instantly reset the Windows 7 administrator password to blank in a few minutes by creating a bootable password reset disk with CD/DVD or USB flash drive in any computer. No matter what the level of your computing knowledge is, you can do the job on your own safely, without any data loss or damage.

1. Download and install Windows Password Unlocker Professional.

2. Burn a bootable password reset disk with CD/DVD or USB flash drive.

3. Boot from the bootable disk.

4. Reset Windows 7 admin password to blank.

When the admin password is reset, then you can follow the directions listed below to get into safe mode in Windows 7:

1. Turn on your computer or restart your computer if it is already on.

2. Press the F8 key and hold it until the "Advanced Boot Options" screen appears.

3. Use your down and up arrow keys to highlight the "Safe Mode" boot option.

4. Press "Enter" to boot into safe mode.

When your computer stops working properly or has encountered an error that you can't seem to fix when you boot it up normally, booting into Safe Mode is one of the ways to start to solve the issue. Safe Mode starts your Windows 7 computer with only the most necessary drivers and services so that you can troubleshoot hardware and software issues in a safer environment.

It is Necessary to Create a Windows 7 System Repair Disc

Windows 7 comes with the built-in ability of being able to create a System Repair Disk that can be used to recover from major issues.

The same recovery features can be found on the Windows 7 installation disc, but if you don't have an installation disc, or your was lost or damaged, you'll need this recovery disc to access the Windows 7 recovery features in case your system becomes seriously corrupt or unbootable.

What can Windows 7 system repair disc do for you?
The first thing a new Windows 7 user should do is create a System Repair Disc. With a System Repair Disc, you'll have access to Windows 7 diagnostic tools like Startup Repair, System Restore, System Image Recovery, Windows Memory Diagnostic, and Command Prompt.

Things you need:
1. A CD or DVD burner is necessary

2. A USB flash is not supported bootable System Repair media.

How to create a System Repair Disc?
Step 1: Click on Start -> All Programs -> Maintenance in order.

Step 2: Click on the Create a System Repair Discshortcut.

Step 3: Choose your optical disc drive from the Drive:drop-down box.

Step 4: Insert a blank CD or DVD in your optical drive.

Note: An empty CD should be large enough for a System Repair Disc.

Step 5: Click the Create disc button.

Step 6: After the System Repair Disc creation is complete, Windows 7 displays a dialog box that you can close by clicking the Close button.

Step 7: Click the OK button back on the original Create a system repair disc window that's now showing up on your screen.

Step 8: Label the CD or DVD as "Windows 7 System Repair Disc" and keep it someplace safe.

Well, sometimes, if you want to reset the forgotten Windows password, you can also use the System Repair Disc for your Windows password recovery.