How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

Do you forget your password to login to Windows 7 or Windows Vista? Have you tried to use Reset Password Windows 7 or Windows Vista but you still failed? What about trying to use this SpyOnTech technique? By using Windows Installation DVD and also command Prompt. After you have both things, you can reset password in Windows 7 or Windows Vista.

 

First of all, booting your computer via CD ROM or DVD ROM which already contained Windows Installation DVD. After that, click on Next, then click on Repair Your Computer.”

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

 

Then after System Recovery Options checked, click on Next.

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

 

You’ll be brought into System Recovery Options Menu, select on Command Prompt.

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

 

Type this command:
copy c:\windows\system32\sethc.exe c:\

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

 

Then type again this command below:
copy c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe c:\windows\system32\sethc.exe

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

 

Now Restart your computer and booting as usual. After the computer run into desktop by asking password, press shift for 5 seconds, then there would be Command Prompt appeared. Then type Net User (username) (New password), after the process is succeed, fill in password with new password you’ve made.

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista
You’ll directly come into desktop, but there would be a bit different display.

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

 

Finally, turn off your computer and insert booting by Windows installation DVD and try to return into Command Prompt Mode. Type the command below:
copy c:\sethc.exe file c:\windows\system32\sethc.exe

How to Reset Password from Windows 7 or Windows Vista

 

Tadaa… you successfully return to Windows 7 or Windows Vista which you previously forgot its password. It was quite complicated and you need extra patience to use this way.


Chris Febian is the founder of spyontech.com. He spent his time by testing new software and writing some reviews of them. This blog is one of his favorite place to publish his reviews.

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