(Msg. 1) Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2008 7:48 pm
Post subject: Windows Vista doesn't recognize my password- I'm locked out
My pc ( Satellite Notebook Model A215-S7428) came with Windows Vista pre-installed. As instructed, I installed a password, along with a backup on a flash USB drive, before a 30-day business trip. The pc recognizes neither the password nor the backup drive.
Sincethe pc was already loaded with Windows Vista and no DVD was provided, I cannot insert the Vista DVD, as instructed by the Microsoft Knowledge base.
Microsoft requires payment up front for any tech support (I can't tell if the snafu is with Microsoft or Toshiba). And, the local Toshiba repair center admits that the Vista password is problematic on their pcs- and any possible solution they provide will be at my expense successful or not - more if successful.(Why should that be?)
Most important, how do I solve this problem on my own?
(Msg. 3) Posted: Wed Jun 10, 2009 1:01 am
Try your best to recall your windows password, or you have to reset it or reinstall your computer. I do not recommend you to reinstall the OS, which may lead a data loss. So if you really can not remember the password, try following steps:
1. Login to a computer that can link to Internet. Download Windows Password Unlocker 4.0 and decompress it on that PC. Note that: there is a .ISO file. Burn the .ISO file to a CD.
2 Get out the newly created CD and insert it to the locked computer.
3 Re-boot the locked computer and then followed the process of instructions. Just a few steps, the old password was removed.''
4 Setting new password:
Step one: Open the "Control Panel"
Step two: Click the "User Account "
Step three: Select the account you wanna to set a new password.
Step four: Click "changing Account " and "set up password", then fill out the form as listed. Click "Create Password".
(Msg. 4) Posted: Fri Jul 03, 2009 1:36 am
Post subject: Windows Password Recovery Tool
I have purchased Windows Password Recovery Tool (http://www.windowspasswordsrecovery.com). it not only supports XP, 2000, and NT, I have personally tested it with Vista Home Premium and Ultimate. It works perfectly to reset any local user account to a blank password. I Wrote it to an old 128mb USB flash drive do this. Booting up and clearing a password takes a minute or two works like a charm.
(Msg. 6) Posted: Thu Jan 21, 2010 8:26 am
I think the best way for you is to recover windows password.
The advanced Windows password recovery can solve all your problem
within a few minutes. Importantly,No need to call a technician, no need to re-install anything, and you certainly don't need to reformat. http://www.recoverwindowspassword.com/
advanced Windows password recovery allows you to recover windows administrator password with with USB Flash Drive or Floppy Disk!!