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Must-Have Windows Password Recovery Disk In Case Forgot Windows Password

Windows Password Finder

It's really a headache thing when you forgot Windows login password for your computer, especially there are important data stored on it, which stops you reinstalling the system. At this time, to unlock the password and regain access to your computer, you need a Windows password recovery software.

Windows Password Finder can be a nice option. This Windows password recovery tool can help you create a bootable disk to access the computer and recover the password. Most important, it works well with Vista, as well as Windows 7 and XP.

Step 1: Create a Windows Password Recovery Disk

Download the Windows Password Finder and save it on another computer you have access to. Unzip the downloaded file, there should be an ISO image file: windows_password_finder.iso. You can use the BurnCDCC program to burn the ISO image to a blank CD/DVD, or burn it to a USB flash drive using USB Burner.

Create Windows Password Reset Disk

Step 2: Set Computer to Boot from Windows Password Recovery Disk

Boot your locked computer. When it is powered on, check the boot-screen for setup key (i.e. DELETE key, F8 key, F2 key) to enter BIOS Setup Utility.

Choose the BOOT menu and set Boot Device Priority option: Set the 1st Boot Device to CD/DVD-ROM if what you created is a bootable CD/DVD, or set the 1st Boot Device to Removable Device for booting from USB flash drive. Press F10 to save your changes.

Set BIOS to boot from Windows Password Finder boot CD

Step 3: Reset Windows 7 Password

Insert the Windows password recovery disk on your locked computer and restart the computer. The boot loading screen should appear immediately.

After completion of boot process, you see the main window of Windows Password Finder.

Select your Windows SAM registry file, the program will automatically list all user accounts. Select a user account and click the Reset button. The program will reset your forgotten Windows password instantly.

Reset Windows Password

Click the Exit button and remove the Windows password recovery disk. Restart your computer, you'll find that the computer doesn't ask you for a password when you login next time.

Sounds good?Go ahead and try Windows Password Finder today!