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How to Reset Win 7 Password with a USB Flash Drive?

Jerry Leo

Apr 07,2012 06:28 / Posted by to Windows Tips
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Problem: Can't Login to Win 7 or Locked out with a wrong Windows password?

"My girlfriend changed the username and password on my Windows 7, but I had no idea with this. Now I could not access my laptop and edit my thesis. Is there any way that I can reset windows 7 password?"

"My grandson bought a second-hand Windows 7 PC for me from an auction. When we started up the computer there was a Win 7 login password required, but we do not know the passwords. Can I get rid of the existing password and login into Windows 7?"

In our daily life, we often confront with the similar issues that we need to recover lost or forgot 7 Windows password. And most of us can do nothing but complain or get worried. Have you ever confused with Win 7 password reset trouble? And how did you deal with if you have not created a Windows password reset disk or a password hint before? Here introduces an easy and portable solution with an erasable USB flash drive.

How to Reset Windows 7 password with USB flash drive?

In fact, all you need is a Windows Password Recovery which can help you directly reset your lost or unknown Win 7 password. After that, you can login your Win 7 without a password required.

As is known, Windows Password Unlocker Professional is thought as a popular and highly recognized Windows password recovery toolkit which allows you only to use a USB (or CD/DVD/) to reset Win7 password. Now go with the following steps, and you can view how to easily reset Windows 7 Password Using a USB Flash Drive.

Step 1:  Create a Win 7 Password Reset Disk with a bootable USB flash drive in any available computer

  • 1. Download Windows Password Unlocker Professional(Trial Download) and install it in any available PC from Password Unlocker Official site.
  • 2. Insert a bootable USB into computer, and select your target USB flash drive. Now click the Burn button to start burning an ISO image file to the USB.
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  • 3. Click Yes to confirm and continue your operation.
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  • 4. Click OK when the burning task completed.
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And now the bootable USB flash drive is burned and you can use it to remove your forgotten Win 7 password.

Step 2: Set BIOS to boot from USB in your unknown or lost Win 7 password PC

  • 1. When your computer is powered on, press F2 or Delete during the boot to enter BIOS Setup.
  • 2. You will see some similar BIOS screens like the window below, which is varying according to different computer manufacturers.
  • 3. Choose BOOT Option -> select Boot Device Priority -> set 1st Boot Device to USB [Hard Drive]. Press F10 to save it.
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Step 3: Reset Win 7 Password with the burned USB flash drive in your unknown Win 7 password PC

  • 1. Insert the newly created USB flash drive into the locked computer and re-boot it from the USB drive.
  • 2. After launched the USB, the interface of Windows Password Unlocker Professional appears. And you‘ll find all user names of your accounts displayed with the passwords showing unknown or empty.
  • Unknown means you have a password for the user name, maybe you lost it.
    Empty means you do not have a password for the user name, you can login the account without password.
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  • 3. Click Yes to confirm and continue your operation.
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  • 4. Click OK when the password of the selected account is successfully removed.
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Now, you can login your Win 7 without a password required.

Have you got any trouble when operating with this Windows password reset tool? Isn't easy and convenient to reset Win 7 password with a bootable USB flash drive? Of course, suppose you have a bootable CD/DVD, Windows Password Unlocker Professional can also be your reliable assistant to reset Windows 7 password with CD/DVD.

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