5 Workable Ways to Bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP Password

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    Are you bothered by losing password of Windows 7/Vista/XP? Or unfortunately forgot Windows password. How do I bypass Windows login password? Thankfully there are some ways can help you bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP password so you can get back in your computer.

    Section One: How to bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP password with password reset disk

    So you forgot Windows password, but you are so clever that you have created a password reset disk for your user account. In Windows 7/Vista/XP, it is equitable to every person that you can prepare a free tool which can release your trouble on forgetting login password. So how to bypass Windows 7 password via password reset disk, see the steps in Windows 7:

    Step 1: In the login screen, type in your user name and a incorrect password and click OK, it will show you a password hint "Reset Password..".
    Step 2: Now insert your password reset disk, click the hint, system will show you a password reset wizard, click Next.
    Step 3: Choose the disk which you inserted, click Next.
    Step 4: Type a new password in the new password box, and type it again to confirm it. Click Next→Finish. Then you can login Windows 7 again with the new password.

    Section Two: Bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP password with "lusrmgr.msc"

    If you have another user account with admin priviledges. You can bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP user password Easily. Note that this account include built-in administrator in Windows 7, Vista, XP.

    Log on Windows 7/Vista/XP with your admin account. Click Start, type lusrmgr.msc in the Search box(Win7/Vista) or Run box(Win7/Vista/XP) and click OK.

    It will display the local users and groups, open the Users. Right-click whichever user account and choose "set password", type in your new password and confirm.

    Section Three: How to bypass Windows 7 Password with Repair Disk

    In Windows 7, there is another option that can reset your system to a previous point so that you may know the previous password. The computer manufacturer offers Windows installation disc and the recovery options which can help you bypass Windows 7 password onece you forgot Windows 7 password. But note that for this to work there must be a valid System Restore Point to use from the last successful log on. If you don't have a Windows 7 installation disk. You'd better to create a Windows 7 repair disk so you can use it to bypass Windows 7 password when you lost it. Follow these steps to create:

    Step 1. Click Start, type system repair disc in the search box, press Enter and then click Create a system repair disc.(Or open the Control Panel, and click on the Backup and Restore icon. Click the Create a System repair disc link in the left blue pane.)
    Step 2. Insert a blank CD/DVD into the optical drive and choose your Drive name, click Create disc. When a message pops up, just confirm and close it.

    When you lost your password, insert the repair disk and restart your computer. For a moment, the System Recovery Options is displayed, choose Startup Repair and follow the Repair Wizard. Then it will reset the password automatically. You may need to add back any programs and/or any Windows Updates that may have been removed during the restore process, you may also need to reset any personal settings that may have been changed but none of your personal documents or files will have been removed.

    Section Four: How to bypass Windows XP password in Safe Mode

    Press F8 immediately when restart your computer, it will show you several options to login safe mode. Select safe mode and hit Enter. There is a built-in administrator account with blank password if you nerver change it. You can try to logon as administrator without password so that you can recover Windows XP password.

    After successfully login, right-click My computer and choose Manage, open Users, right-click a user name and select "set password", type in your new password twice and click OK.

    Or you can open Control Panel>>User Accounts, and pick an user account to change/remove its password.

    Section Five: Bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP password with Windows Password Rescuer Personal

    Windows Password Rescuer Personal is an all-in-one Windows Password recovery tool which can bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000 password without losing files or formatting your system. This is a simple and easy way to bypass Windows password. And you have two options to bypass Windows password with it.

    Option 1: Bypass Windows 7, Vista, XP password by resetting password

    Step 1: Download Windows Password Rescuer Personal and install it to a computer which you can access. Start it and create a Windows password bypass disk with CD/DVD or USB.
    1. Insert a writable CD or plug in an blank USB flash drive
    2. Select the right burning option of burning and your Drive name
    3. Click Burn button to start burning, this procedure will cost you about one minute
    4. After successfully complete burning, take out your disk.

    Step 2: Insert the Windows password bypass disk to your computer. Boot the computer from CD-ROM or USB.

    Step 3: After boot from your bypass disk, Windows Password Rescuer will start automatically. Then you can remove whichever user password.
    1. Select an user account from list and click Reset Password.
    2. Click Yes when a confirm massage pops up, and your administrator password will be removed.
    3. Now you have successfully remove your Windows 7 administrator password(show blank). You can redo 1 and 2 procedure to remove other user's password.
    4. Now click Reboot > eject your CD/USB and click Yes when a dialog appears. Then you can logon Windows 7 without password.

    Option 2: Bypass Windows 7, Vista, XP password by creating a new administrator account.

    Windows Password Rescuer Personal supports creating new user with admin priviledges off line. So that you can login your Windows with the new administrator account. Please refer to: Create new user with Windows Password Rescuer.

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