Most of us use different passwords for multiple accounts. Sometimes we forget windows 7 passwords we have selected especially when it has been a while since our last log in. This is where iSeePassword Windows Password Recovery Pro comes in. It offers an efficient way to retrieve or remove your Windows 7 local user and admin password. It guarantees 100% password recovery regardless of how complicated the Windows 7 password has been set. All you need to get ready is an accessible computer. It can either be a personal computer, an iPad or a tablet and have a bootable flash drive ready.
What are the Features of iSeePassword Windows Password Recovery Pro?
- It supports most of Windows Operating Systems
- You have efficient and professional customer support
- Be able to remove all Windows 7 Passwords and create a new Administrator log in
- It works perfectly on USB flash drives, CD or DVD
How to use iSeePassword Windows 7 Password Recovery Pro
After going through this tutorial, you will be able to remove Windows 7 user password and be able to create a new administrator without Windows 7 login or re-installation.
Step 1. Download and install Windows 7 administrator password reset program on your computer.
Step 2. The next step is to create your Windows Password Recovery disk. There are two steps to go about it, either thru a USB Device or a CD or DVD. You can either take USB device or a CD or DVD and burn Windows 7 password reset disk using the program.
First, insert the USB flash drive. CD or DVD into the locked computer and choose media type. Next is to select a writable USB device, CD or DVD click the “Begin burning” button. After that, you will see a message that says “Burning Successfully”, select OK and remove the USB flash drive CD or DVD.
Step 3. Boot the locked Windows 7 computer from the reset disk. Either through a USB device, CD or DVD.
After the password reset disk has burned successfully, insert the USB device, CD or DVD into your locked Windows 7 computer. Make sure to set the boot device priority in BIOS or Boot Option menu to boot locked computer from USB, CD or DVD drive. Then click reset password to remove the your admin password.
What are the two best ways for you to set up your computer boot from USB?
- Through the Boot Option Menu, set the computer boot from the USB device
- Set the USB drive as first Boot device Priority in BIOS.
I suggest going for method 1 if you are not a tech person, because when you get into the Boot Option Menu with it, you will be able to easily find out the USB device and choose the USB to restart the computer.