I Forgot My Windows Password!what Can I Do?


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1.you can go into safe mode (F8 at logo when booting up) and enter as administrator and then go to accounts and change windows password and that's with XP. I haven't forgotten password for a pc before but can enter any XP pc in safe if the owner hasn't gone into safe mode and designated a password for "administrator" and usually only have a password for the user account but never have tried on Vista or Win7.  2.if that does not work,you can use software to reset the windows password,my favorite is windows password Recovery Tool 3.0
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The only thing I suggest on this one is to call the customer service number for your computer and talk with a computer tech. Or call a local computer shop and see if they could tell you what to do. Good luck next time remember to write down your password so you don't forget that's what I do.
U.G.DIAS JANAKA answered
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Follow the tips below, and you should be back in good graces with XP in an instant.

1. Start the computer in Safe Mode.

2. After the Power On Self Test is finished, press and hold the F8 key until he Start menu appears.

3. Use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode, and then press ENTER to confirm the selection.

4. Now you can see the administrator account next to your user account on the Welcome screen.

5. Log on as administrator. If this is the first time using the administrator account, there is no password assigned to the account. You can just click Administrator.

6. After you log on, Windows notifies you that it is running in Safe Mode. Click Yes.

You can now reset the password for your user account.

1. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click User Accounts.

2. Click your user account, and then click Change the password.

3. Enter a new password, enter it again to confirm the password, and then set a password hint.

4. Click Change Password.

5. You can also use this opportunity to set a password for the administrator account, if you have not already done this. If you do not assign a password to the administrator account, your computer can be accessed by anyone.

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