Some of you users may restore your computer to remove the forgotten Windows 7 password or turn to an expensive PC expert for help to your lost Windows 7 password recovery? But these two methods should be the last resort that you have to operate since there are better ways to achieve Windows password recovery—try to reset Windows 7 password you forgot with reliable Windows Password Buster software. It provides you an easy and safe way to reset Windows password with a bootable CD/DVD or USB FLASH drive.
All you need is a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive and an accessible computer with a driver, and then follow steps to perform Windows 7 password recovery within a few minutes.
Step 1: Download Windows Password Buster in any computer.
Step 2: Burn the ISO image file to the bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive
Step 3: Click OK after burning and insert the burned CD/DVD or USB flash to your locked computer.
Step 4: Set your locked computer to boot from CD ROM of USB: Press F2, Delete or F10 to enter your BIOS Setup -> Use arrows to choose Boot ->Select Boot Device Priority ->Select CDROM or USB to 1st Boot Device ->Press F10 to save settings
Note: The key pressed to enter BIOS is different based on manufacturers, but F2 or Delete are the most common keys.
Step 5: Select the account whose password you want to remove and then click Reset button.
After the computer restarted after BIOS setting, you can see the interface of Windows Password Buster under Windows PE. All the user names will be displayed for you.
Step 6: Click Yes to confirm you action and click Ok when the lost Windows 7 password is removed
Windows Password Buster can allow you to burn a bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive to reset forgotten Windows passwords on any version of Windows, including Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, 2000, NT and 2008. With the burned bootable CD/DVD or USB, you can reset the lost Windows 7 password in a few seconds. No need to reinstall computer and call in a technicians. No data will be lost. Just regain access to your PC with Windows password recovery on your own.