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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2012 12:14 am  Post subject:  How to reset windows 7 password Reply with quoteBottom of PageBack to top

i changed the password recently for my windows 7 os,then my computer screen got broken...i re-ordered one within 2 weeks time n everything was goood to go until.....I realize i forgot my password and i can't reset it becuase i did not create a password reset disk....Is there anyway to go around this without formatting my computer? Actually i do have windows 7 32 bit basic operating system and i had installed folder lock software and also i had locked my data i.e one folder when ever i tried to open that folder it shows enter password and i had forgot windows 7 password plz help me sir i m in very critical situation

this is my laptop the desk top was not used for ages so needs to be set up again a friend made a disc . if I pop it in the desk top will it start and give easy instructions. I can switch it on and put password in first obviously. i have windows 7. and there's just one user account, that is ADMINISTARTOR. my parents are just not allowing me to use the pc without asking them. They log me in. for about an hour. and then turn it off. It has a password. is there any way i can windows 7 password reset? or remove it without actually knowing the original password?

I have this Dell computer running with Windows 7. In the last 2 days, it won't let me logon. I use the correct password but it just won't let me logon. It is so annoying. I have looked online for things to do but they all need you to be logon before you can fix this. I have no access to my computer and it is very frustrating. Dell doesn't help neither since it is passed the coverage. Is there anyway I could change the setting before getting into password section and make windows 7 password recovery?

1) When you go to set an image as your home screen, it zoomes right in so the image covers the 5 windows on the home screen. Why does this happen? Why cant i just set an image as a normal size? Also, only the pre-set images on the phone actually set at a normal size? Please help? 2) also, when i go to set an image to 'lock screen image' (which i assume is the image on the screen when its locked) it doesnt show atall! Litrally nothing appears! Only the image which is my home screen image shows behind my password screen.

I was omegle chat and a tan message window popped up and started typing to me , i couldnt exit it but i could type back, i could still navigate my browser but i couldnt click on anything that this mysterious box was blocking, this person started talking to me bout omegle and i tryed to exit out and clear history, force quit and it said " wow clearing history" and "answer back" i got nervous and shut off the computer, turned it in and it was. Normal, no malicious activity, but im still worried he is still there, since he knew what i was doing on it and could see that i was trying to force quit. What could happen, what should i look out for, what might happen to my files, passwords etc. The computer I have is running Windows 7 and has a password that my parents put on it that pisses me off so much. Is there any way I can reset windows 7 password user profile without being logged in already and downloading a software? No BS answers please because those people who put these kinds of answers are of no help and can get lost.

I have a guest who is going to stay for 3 weeks and I want to make a simple windows password to make sure my information in my computer is private. She understands nothing about computers so just a login password(for user) would be enough.( no need for bios password). I have an acer aspire 5102 wlni with windows xp and I forgot my password. Is there any way to recover windows 7 password without reinstalling windows?

My friend recently passed and he has given me the laptop to reset the password on. I need to know how to do it for free, because every program I tried wants you to purchase. The laptop is a mini one, so it doesn't have a CD drive, but I have a ready USB. (I will be using my laptop to install anything to the usb. Which is a Window 7 laptop)

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