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Make Pen Drive To Reset Windows 7 Password

hibenias60hibenias60 Posts: 1Member
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Most of us have a PC at home and one at work. We use our work PC most of the times and home PC comparatively less. Did it ever happen to you that you forgot your Windows 7 Password ? Maybe you go for a month long vacations or business trip and when you are back, you may forget some of your passwords to the home Windows 7 PC.

We tend to have lots of passwords at work, online and at various computers. So to save yourself from a locked out situation, we recommend that you create a password reset disk.

In this article, I will share with you a very simple method to create a Windows 7 Password Reset Pen Drive. So next time you are locked out of Windows 7 at the login screen, you can plug in this USB pen drive in your computer and reset the Windows Password.

To create a Windows 7 Password reset pen drive, I advice to have a small capacity pen drive which is cheap and you should keep it at a safe place, but not so safe that you forget where you kept it when you need it sometime in future.

Follow these simple steps:

Step 1. Insert a pen drive (backup any data if present on the pen drive and delete everything). Then go to Windows 7 Start Menu and type
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  • ni95446ni95446 Posts: 1Member
    good tips!!!

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    I compare these tools and try the first one, it help me to recover my forgotten windows xp password in only five minutes.
  • daisyshuttledaisyshuttle Posts: 6Member
    May be you can try this:
    1. Click Start All Program > Accessories > System Tool > Control Panel.
    2. Click Network and Internet.
    3. Click Network and Sharing Center.
    4. At this point a list of used network will appear, along with the right, proper password (which is hidden).
    5. Click Internet options
    6. Now, click the Security tab.
    7. At this point you should be able to see the password or key for the network. This key is hidden by asterisks.
    8. Simply tick the Show characters option to retrieve your password.
  • carolsmithcarolsmith Posts: 8Member
    # Give your computer a rest when you're not at your desk.
    # Don't get hooked by phishers.
    # Phishing: If you suspect deceit, hit delete!
  • yinluyinlu Posts: 3Member
    thanks for the detailed guidance. I used Windows Login recovery software, and it is easy to operate for me.I downloaded the Windows Login recovery professional free trial at http://www.windowsloginrecovery.com and get Windows password reset for my pc. Wow, it
  • yinluyinlu Posts: 3Member
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  • yans00yans00 Posts: 3Member
    If you are using windows 7, you can try some of the steps from this link - it recommends 2 different free softwares you can try. I have used the PC Login Now one. It basically will just blank out the password on an account (can do this for the admin account) so when you go to sign in, just type in the username and leave password field blank. The only downside to this software is it will make you do a checkdisk after you restart because it makes Win7 think there is an issue with the hard drive. After doing the check disk though, it is fine and doesnt ask to do it again. I have seen other tools that you can download for free that will basically crack all the user account passwords on the pc in case you have forgotten one. If you google windows 7 password recover tool you should be able to find others if you do not want to try the ones on the below article.

    [link=http://www.ilikemall.com/guide/reset-windows-7-password.html]http://www.ilikemall.com/guide/reset-windows-7-password.html[/link]
    (If by root password you mean a BIOS password on the laptop before it boots to windows, unplug the laptop, take out its battery, and then take out the CMOS battery. This will reset the BIOS to defaults and remove any password protection from the BIOS)
  • yans00yans00 Posts: 3Member
    If you are using windows 7, you can try some of the steps from this link - it recommends 2 different free softwares you can try. I have used the PC Login Now one. It basically will just blank out the password on an account (can do this for the admin account) so when you go to sign in, just type in the username and leave password field blank. The only downside to this software is it will make you do a checkdisk after you restart because it makes Win7 think there is an issue with the hard drive. After doing the check disk though, it is fine and doesnt ask to do it again. I have seen other tools that you can download for free that will basically crack all the user account passwords on the pc in case you have forgotten one. If you google windows 7 password recover tool you should be able to find others if you do not want to try the ones on the below article.

    [link=http://www.ilikemall.com/guide/reset-windows-7-password.html]http://www.ilikemall.com/guide/reset-windows-7-password.html[/link]
    (If by root password you mean a BIOS password on the laptop before it boots to windows, unplug the laptop, take out its battery, and then take out the CMOS battery. This will reset the BIOS to defaults and remove any password protection from the BIOS)
  • yans00yans00 Posts: 3Member
    If you are using windows 7, you can try some of the steps from this link - he recommends 2 different free softwares you can try. I have used the PC Login Now one. It basically will just blank out the password on an account (can do this for the admin account) so when you go to sign in, just type in the username and leave password field blank. The only downside to this software is it will make you do a checkdisk after you restart because it makes Win7 think there is an issue with the hard drive. After doing the check disk though, it is fine and doesnt ask to do it again. I have seen other tools that you can download for free that will basically crack all the user account passwords on the pc in case you have forgotten one. If you google windows 7 password recover tool you should be able to find others if you do not want to try the ones on the below article.

    [link=http://www.ilikemall.com/guide/reset-windows-7-password.html]http://www.ilikemall.com/guide/reset-windows-7-password.html[/link]
    (If by root password you mean a BIOS password on the laptop before it boots to windows, unplug the laptop, take out its battery, and then take out the CMOS battery. This will reset the BIOS to defaults and remove any password protection from the BIOS)
  • GajaweeraGajaweera Posts: 5Member
    For Windows 7 password reset to make pen drive can be really helpful. Thank you! So to create it I think the better software you choose can be important. There I will introduce two: 1. Offline NT Password & Registry Editor. http://home.eunet.no/pnordahl/ntpasswd you can download. 2. Anmosoft Windows Password Reset, which can reset almost systems and quick and safe to reset. http://www.resetwindowspassword.com/recover-windows-7-password.html tells you the steps.
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