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Forgot Windows 7 Password, What to Do?


Forgot Windows 7 password? Locked out of your computer? Don't want to reinstall your computer as there are some vital data on it, like precious images and your school essay? Then what should you do?

Windows 7 allows PC users to enable fingerprint logon, but most PC users are used to set a password in Windows 7. It is much easier for you to create a Windows 7 password consisting of symbols and numbers than to create fingerprint logon. But the only disadvantage is that you have to remember the password. Otherwise, it will be troublesome if you are locked out of computer when you forgot Windows 7 password.

Although Windows enables you to create a password reset disk in Windows 7, it seems to have little effect. Many PC users don't know how to create a Windows 7 password reset disk. And some don't remember to create the password reset disk until they forgot Windows 7 password. Everyday there are many questions about Windows 7 password reset online. Here I recommend you to try Windows Password Breaker when you forgot password on Windows 7.

Windows Password Breaker is a helpful windows password recovery tool for you to reset password when you forgot Windows password, including Windows administrator password or user passwords. It supports to reset passwords of all Windows versions, like Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2008, 2003 and 2000, etc. With this password recovery, you easily remove lost Windows password by burning a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive.

Steps to remove password with a bootable CD/DVD when you lost Windows 7 password as follow:

1. Download Windows Password Breaker Standard in any computer.

2. Run the program and burn a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive.

3. Set your computer boot from CD/DVD or USB.

4. Reset lost Windows password.

Now you successfully remove windows password with Windows Password Recovery Standard. You can log on your computer without password. No need to worry about anything if you forgot Windows 7 password. You can also use a USB flash drive like iPod to remove forgotten Windows 7 password based on the above steps.

Link :- http://www.recoverwindowspassword.com/reset-windows-7-password.html

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