Being a common Windows 7 user, have you ever got caught up in the troubles caused by a lost Windows 7 password? What measures would you take to fix this problem? To be fair, the best solution to this problem is to either make use of a password reset disk or any other administrator account in the same computer, just like Microsoft suggests on its website.
But the reality is based on that lots of users lost the password without a password reset disk and another accessible user account with administrator permissions. In this situation, the Microsoft's suggestions won't meet your needs apparently. So next what in the event you do? Reinstall Windows? It's a suitable advice if you have nothing important stored on your computer while it's impractical when there are some important files and folders. Honestly speaking, it is the last choice when it comes to deal with a lost Windows 7 login password.
There are many ways to reset Windows 7 lost password out there, but most of them are so painful and ineffective, or too technical for most computer users to follow. Here I'll show you the simplest and effective way to help you remove Windows password on any Windows system, including Windows 7/Vista/XP/2008/2003/2000. Rekeysoft Windows Password Recovery is the Windows password remover tool we'll use to create a bootable CD/USB for password removal. Let's see the detail instructions.
How to remover Windows password with that Windows password recovery tool?
To get started, you need to find another computer to create a Windows password removal CD or USB drive, then you can use the CD or USB drive to boot the computer whose password you want to remove.
Burn a password reset disk. Insert a blank CD/DVD into the computer, and then launch the program. Click Burn a Bootable CD/DVD. Select the target CD/DVD device and click Burn to start burning. Click OK when the burning task completes. You have just successfully created a password reset CD/DVD. Then Boot computer from the CD/DVD to reset Windows password.