Many of you have been be puzzled by losing windows password problems.Let’s take preventive measures against losing user-level passwords.

It doesn’t matter if you never again remember a Windows user password. Thanks to XP’s Forgotten Password Wizard, your conscience will be free and clear — should your mind happen to accidentally misplace your user password.

I highly suggest you create a windows password recovery disk the minute you create your user account. Why? In order to create a password recovery disk you’re going to need your password. Write it down the minute you create your user account and then proceed to creating your very own password recovery disk.

Here’s how to launch the Forgotten Password Wizard:

Single-click Start menu, Control Panel, and User Accounts.

Click your user account name.

Under Related Tasks on the left, click “Prevent forgotten password” to launch the wizard.

Now that you’ve launched the wizard, let it walk you through creating the recovery disk. Make sure the disk you use is formatted and in the drive. After it’s finished creating the disk, label it and stash it away for an emergency.

If you happen to forget your password, all you need to do is click your user icon at the logon screen. Even though you don’t have your password, go ahead and click the green arrow just like you would to finish logging on to your computer. This will launch a little yellow dialog box directing you to use your password recovery disk.

However,if you don’t have a windows password reset disk,you can create one.There are many source available.But you need to find a good one.Here I recommend some better tools for your refrence:

Considering the best tool to reset windows administrator password—Windows Password Key 8.0

Download and burn the ISO file on to a CD or USB flash drive

Boot from the CD or USB flash drive

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NOTE:

To reboot your PC with a CD/DVD disk, it’s necessary to change your computer’s setting to make it boot from the CD/DVD.
When the CD/DVD or USB disk boots, you’ll see Windows Password key 8.0 is initializing .

Chose Windows installation to be processed

Look the user name whose password you want to reset and type its number to reset the password. A message is display. Type “Y” to confirm your action. Or, type “N” to undo your selection. “Success” message is displayed after the user’s password has been successfully reset. You have changed your forgotten password to a blank one. Remove the Windows Password key 8.0 bootable CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive and click “Reboot” button to reboot the computer. Now you are able to log into your computer without a password! .

Remove the CD or USB flash drive and reboot the computer

Very easy to use–Windows Password Recovery tool

Download and burn the ISO file on to a CD or USB flash drive

Boot from the CD or USB flash drive

NOTE: To reboot your PC with a CD/DVD disk, it’s necessary to change your computer’s setting to make it boot from the CD/DVD.When the CD/DVD or USB disk boots, you’ll see Windows Password Recovery Tool 3.0 is initializing . Select Windows installation to be processed .Select the user name whose password you want to reset and click “Reset” button to reset the password. A message is displayed. Click “Yes” to confirm your action. Or, click “No” to undo your selection. “Success” message is displayed after the user’s password has been successfully reset. You have changed your forgotten password to a blank one. Remove the Windows Password Recovery Tool 3.0 bootable CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive and click “Reboot” button to reboot the computer. Now you are able to log into your computer without a password!.Remove the CD or USB flash drive and reboot the computer.

Quickly and efficiently recover password–Windows Password Recovery 6.0

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