First time here? Check out the FAQ!
x

Windows 7 forgotten password issue.

0 votes
asked May 13, 2014
edited May 30, 2014 by Adam Black

I have forgot Windows 7 password. I have downloaded one software "Windows Password Key Professional" and burned it to USB, but this trial version of this software was not enough to get me into system again. Please tell me any software whose trial version is enough to do this task or some other way to to unlock my computer.

4 Answers

0 votes
answered May 15, 2014 by Sean Hill (298,530 points)

I think OphCrack is a better solution to use when you want to recover Windows 7 password. Visit the website and download the LIVECD version required for Windows 7 then boot from the USB stick and the rest of the process is automatic. When done, an application will display the password for the users.

0 votes
answered Jun 16, 2014

Maybe you use it improperly. You can refer to Windows Password Key Tutorial about how to use it.

0 votes
answered Dec 24, 2014 by Jimmy-01 (860 points)

Hello, there are 4 ways for you to reset your lost Windows 7 password:

Way 1: Use a Windows 7 password reset disk

When you create a user account on PC, Windows 7 allows you to create a password reset disk in order to help you reset password afterwards when you forgot Windows 7 password. If you don’t have a foresight to create this disk before you lost password, then refer to part 4. Here is a simple guide to reset Windows 7 password using this password reset disk.
Step 1: Insert the Windows 7 password reset tool to your PC, click “Reset password” and click “OK” in the pop-up window.
window 7 password reset
Step 2: Select the password reset disk, click “Next”, and then type your new password to complete the procedure.

Way 2. Try an administrator account

Want to reset Windows 7 password without disk? If you are lucky enough to get someone who has an administrator account or a user account which has the administrator privilege on your PC, then you can try to use the password to sign in your PC for Windows 7 password reset. However, the most important thing you should know is that this method brings big risks: your account will lose access to its encrypted files, e-mail messages, and the stored passwords for websites or network resources, etc. If you don’t want any data loss, refer to Way 4.

Way 3: Reinstalling Windows 7

No matter what famous brands of PC you are using, the last thing they tell you when you forgot Windows 7 login password is to reinstall Windows system to reset Windows 7 password free. Yet, this method would cause all data loss in the disk C. If you prefer no any data loss, keep reading the next content.

Way 4: Use Windows Password Recovery Tool Ultimate

Step 1: Download and install the tool on any available computer.
Step 2: Insert a bootable CD/DVD or a USB flash drive on the computer. In the pop-up window, select “Reset Windows local account password”, choose your CD/DVD or USB flash drive, and click “Burn”.
Step 3: Start you PC and insert the newly created CD/DVD or USB flash dive on the PC.
Step 4: After the program initializing, choose the Windows installation, select administrator account, enter a password, click “Reset” and “OK” in the pop-up windows and click “Reboot”.

0 votes
answered Mar 9, 2015 by Karel15 (1,420 points)

Hello, you can use a tool named Windows Password Recovery to unlock the Windows 7 password. Here are detailed steps:

  1. Launch the software on the workable computer. Then insert a blank CD/DVD or USB flash drive into the workable computer, and burn an ISO image file to the device with Quick Recovery or Advanced Recovery Wizard.

  2. Pull out the created password reset disk and insert it into the locked computer, and set BIOS to boot the locked computer from the disk.

  3. Then you will see interfaces of Windows Password Recovery Tool, follow the instructions on them to reset Windows 7 password.

Your answer

Your name to display (optional):
Privacy: Your email address will only be used for sending these notifications.
Anti-spam verification:
To avoid this verification in future, please log in or register
...