Are you bothered by losing password of Windows 7/Vista/XP? Or unfortunately forgot Windows password. How do I bypass Windows login password? Thankfully there are some ways can help you bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP password so you can get back in your computer.
Section One: How to bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP password with password reset disk
So you forgot Windows password, but you are so clever that you have created a password reset disk for your user account. In Windows 7/Vista/XP, it is equitable to every person that you can prepare a free tool which can release your trouble on forgetting login password. So bypass Windows 7 password via password reset disk, see the steps in Windows 7:
Step 1: In the login screen, type in your user name and a incorrect password and click OK, it will show you a password hint “Reset Password..”.
Step 2: Now insert your password reset disk, click the hint, system will show you a password reset wizard, click Next.
Step 3: Choose the disk which you inserted, click Next.
Step 4: Type a new password in the new password box, and type it again to confirm it. Click Next→Finish. Then you can login Windows 7 again with the new password.
Section Two: Bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP password with “lusrmgr.msc”
If you have another user account with admin priviledges. You can bypass Windows 7/Vista/XP user password Easily. Note that this account include built-in administrator in Windows 7, Vista, XP.
Log on Windows 7/Vista/XP with your admin account. Click Start, type lusrmgr.msc in the Search box(Win7/Vista) or Run box(Win7/Vista/XP) and click OK.
It will display the local users and groups, open the Users. Right-click whichever user account and choose “set password”, type in your new password and confirm.
Section Three: How to bypass Windows 7 Password with Repair Disk
In Windows 7, there is another option that can reset your system to a previous point so that you may know the previous password. The computer manufacturer offers Windows installation disc and the recovery options which can help you bypass Windows 7 password. But note that for this to work there must be a valid System Restore Point to use from the last successful log on. If you don’t have a Windows 7 installation disk. You’d better to create a Windows 7 repair disk so you can use it to bypass Windows 7 password when you lost it. Follow these steps to create:
Step 1. Click Start, type system repair disc in the search box, press Enter and then click…