Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Forget Your Windows 7 Password? Create Windows 7 Password Reset Disk


Suppose if you forgot Windows 7 password, you would try to find solutions to recover or reset it through the internet. Soon you would find one solution—using Windows 7 password reset USB disk, which is most mentioned by people. So here in this article, I will show you the exact ways to create a Windows 7 password reset disk.

Theoretically, a password reset disk Windows 7 can be made with a CD/DVD or USB flash drive. Since USB flash drive is more convenient to carry and safer to preserve, here I highly recommend creating a Windows 7 reset password with USB to prevent your computer from being locked. Below are guides on how to create a Win 7 password recovery USB.

Situation 1 :)

If you haven’t forgotten your Windows 7 password yet. At this situation, you can easily make such a password reset USB disc for free to prevent your computer from being locked.

Now follow the below steps:
  1. Insert the prepared USB flash drive into your computer.
  2. Type “reset” in the Windows search box and select “Create a password reset disk”. 
  3. When the “Forgotten Password Wizard” appears, click “Next”.
  4. Select your USB flash drive and click “Next”.
  5. Once the wizard finishes creating the reset disk, click “Next” then “Finish”.
  6. That's it. Job Done!



Situation 2 :(

If you have already forgotten your Windows 7 password. Many computer users actually didn’t take any precautions against Windows 7 password forgotten problem before they find they’ve lost or forgotten the password. So if you don’t have such a password reset disk when you forget or lose your Windows 7 password, you need to seek for other ways to make one and then use that to reset Windows 7 password.

Here’s how to create a reset password Windows 7 USB with Windows Password Recovery Enhance:

You need to do the below steps in another system in order to recover your system.
  1. Download and install PC Login Now's iso file.
  2. Burn the ISO file to CD (Use Magic ISO).
  3. After you have created a bootable disk, Insert that disk into the DVD Drive and Restart your computer.
  4. Set the BIOS to boot from CD. (Mostly not required if your system automatically detects the disk on your DVD Drive).
  5. The software then automatically runs.
  6. Use PCLoginNow to finish the job.

Note:
Download-file is an ISO file named “PCLoginNow_Free.ISO” which should be burned to a CD before using it.

4 comments:

  1. Yes, you are right! I do as you said today! I just follow a Youtube video to create a password reset idsk for my Dell Inspiron Windows 7 computer: http://youtu.be/MLrkJjZO1r8

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  2. Nice post! I have also found another video guide: http://youtu.be/3NgoosSkdLQ
    I have managed to reset my forgotten Windows password.

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