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Unread 18-02-2010, 07:12 PM   #1
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Recover and Reset Password in windows 7/Vista/XP/2003/2K/NT

Method 1: Reset password with RESET DISK if you made before.

Windows XP and further versions also provide another method to recover forgotten password by using “Reset Disk”. If you created a Password Reset Disk in past, you can use that disk to reset the password. To know more about it, please visit following links:
How to create and use a password reset disk for a computer that is not a domain member in Windows XP
Method 2: Reset password from another administrator account

If you cannot log on to Windows by using a particular user account, but you can log on to another account that has administrative credentials, follow these steps on how to do the trick:


  1. Log on to Windows by using an administrator account that has a password that you remember. You may need to start WinXP in safe mode.
  2. Click Start, and then click Run.
  3. In the Open box, type “control userpasswords2″, and then click OK.
  4. Click the user account that you forgot the password for, and then click Reset Password.
  5. Type a new password in both the New password and the Confirm new password boxes, and then click OK.





Method 3: TRY command prompt about password reset trick


1) Log in with any valid account.
2) Bring up the command prompt.
Type: net user
You get a list of accounts
Type: net user Administrator *
Type: net user (any account on that list) *
3) It prompts for a password. Enter one, then enter it again when prompted to confirm.
Now, try to log on as 'Administrator' with your new password.

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I used this windows password recovery tool to bypass windows 7 password,only with three steps,then left the forgotten windows password blank.Have a try.

http://www.anypasswordrecovery.com

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Or you can do it the professional way, which is my way to crack and reset into any Windows based computer (widely used by technicians who are trying to diagnose a malfunction computer from a client but the pw for the login is not provided)

Peter Haygen - Crack/Password resetter. Google if interested.
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Good guidance! It is really annoying to forget Windows passwords. This once happened to me. Luckily I used the tips in the following video to reset my lost Windows 7 password successfully.
https://www.youtube.com/all_comments?v=WVUGqVFn9yo

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