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Cerberus

How to bypass windows 7 logon password?

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Cerberus

Nope not a new profession, I have a laptop I have not used for about a year and wish to gift it to a school we support. Heres the problem I have it appears forgotten the password, is there any wizards out there that can tell me in simple language how to bypass and then reset the password. Or alternatively can do that for me?  No I did not make the back-up nor did I save it to cloud.  :DeadHorse2:

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Edge

I'm not the wizard you seek, but do you have the CD to do a re-install?

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rainman333

I don't think you can, unless you already had another account setup on the laptop and can log in and change the password of the other account.

 

I think It is best to wipe the whole drive (ie, re-format) and let the school handle the installs.

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Cerberus

I'm not the wizard you seek, but do you have the CD to do a re-install?

 

Yes but I am trying to avoid that as I have stuff loaded that would be useful to them

 

Found this by googling 'bypass windows 7 password'

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlDMfJqZDxM

 

 

Do i get a comp?

 

Did multiple searches but did not find one of the solutions offered here so will give it a go. Whats a a comp 555 :Evil_Grin2:

 

Thanks for the replies guys

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petermik

I had same problem a few years ago and I bought off Ebay a password reader in the form of a disc-worked a treat :GoldenSmile1: but I,m sure any good pc shop/person can get round this.

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tequilareef

You need a bootable CD which is called Windows Password Recovery. It's an ISO file which needs to be burned to CD first then boot your PC with it and read the directions carefully. PM me and I'll give you a Dropbox link buddy.

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tequilareef

Link send to your email address, use with caution. 

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Cerberus

Link send to your email address, use with caution. 

 

Thank you, going to pick up an external DVD and will burn to that. Let you know how I get on later, there is going to be one happy girl if I get it sorted today.

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Douchebag

As an alternative if you still can't login

1. Connect the HDD to another computer

2. Backup any data from it

3. Put the HDD back in the laptop

4. Reinstall

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tequilareef

Thank you, going to pick up an external DVD and will burn to that. Let you know how I get on later, there is going to be one happy girl if I get it sorted today.

 

No problem buddy. This is 100% guaranteed to work as it's Linux based and will allow you to reset your password. You could also make a bootable flash drive

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Cerberus

Just to bring closure, thanks to all those that offered advice. Tequilareef came up with the easiest solution and I now have access and checking all is "clean" prior to a bright student  from a poor rural family being gifted it later today. Thanks again to all and in particular Chris

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c8945

You might want to run Ccleaner on it before sending the computer

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Cerberus

You might want to run Ccleaner on it before sending the computer

 

Saved what I wanted to an external HD, did a clean install of windows  then reloaded the stuff. like new.

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david555

Try to find this little program  example by Googling ,   " XP Password manager " only 218 kb  it works also on Win 7 and let you change or disable Windows  password

(I have it , but PA can not send it by limits rar files )

 

 

This is not the same named Password manager to store you'r  passwords, but a little password hacking tool  (your virus scanner will warn you probably , but its works as a charm the little devil ... :GoldenSmile1:.)

afterwards you can run your AV for to be sure , and store it off your computer as  they like to remove it (or rar or zip it ) !!

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Azumi14

If the laptop is a HP - Re-image hard drive. The image is on the hard drive. On boot press ECS and F10 or F11 depending on your model. Goggle your model. Your giving the laptop away and you want to delete everything you have done to the laptop. 

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swagman

I had just this last year, a new Windows 7 laptop without a password. Took it everywhere but nobody could get past the password.

 

Ended up replacing the hard drive.

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tequilareef

Just to bring closure, thanks to all those that offered advice. Tequilareef came up with the easiest solution and I now have access and checking all is "clean" prior to a bright student  from a poor rural family being gifted it later today. Thanks again to all and in particular Chris

 

Glad to help and more importantly empower a bright student to have a much needed tool to progress further. Huge kudos on that mate. 

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Para

Kon-Boot works but use with caution hence not supplying a link.

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cartercc

From Google's search results, local accounts, CMD and security mode are the most common methods. I think they should be a relatively effective solution. Here are the steps I found using a local account (it seems to be one of the easiest ways to bypass the Windows 7 password):
Step 1. Start the computer and press the Shift key 6 times while the login screen is displayed.
Step 2. Click Start to access the Control Panel. Select User Profile > Change Password > to set a new login password and restart your PC.

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