lost password/can't reboot from recovery cd or in safe mode

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Administration' started by bainbridge82, Mar 30, 2008.

  1. bainbridge82

    bainbridge82 Guest

    Son has a Toshiba laptop..he changed the password and forgot..on suggestion
    of someone who knows more than me i tried a program called
    password-changer..used an iso cd and booted off cd.. got into system and to
    the point of fixing things when program told me that demo version wouldnt do
    repair..i then tried to just use recovery cd and start anew but now i cant
    boot off a cd or go to safe mode without going to a screen that looks
    dos-like...black with a blue box asking me to Enter Password (which i don't
    have)...any help out here???
    bainbridge82, Mar 30, 2008
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  2. bainbridge82

    .Joe Guest


    There are a few things you can try to do to recover a lost password
    This tutorial gives you step by step instructions for the various way
    of doing this


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    .Joe, Mar 30, 2008
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  3. bainbridge82


    Jun 24, 2010
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    Windows password Recovery 6.0 can safely and easily reset Windows passwords in a matter of minutes in case an administrator's password or user'spassword is forgotten or lost. You need not to re-install correct-configure the operating system any more. Enhanced with intuitive Graphical User Interface, this Windows password recovery toolis much easier to use than ever. All you need is to boot from the CD created with Windows password Recovery 6.0 and select the user account you wish to reset. Just in a few seconds, the password will be automatically set as blank. Then you can log into Windows with a blankpassword (no password).
    Maggiechen, Jun 24, 2010
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