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    Trouble accessing Windows with new password

    My laptop has Windows 7 Ultimate installed in it. I am not able to log in to Windows with the new password I set. The computer says that password is not recognized. The other user account says administrator, yet I canít find the new user which has the password problem. So I canít change password either. What should I do to get this issue sorted out?



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    VinodKKumar Array
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    Re: Trouble accessing Windows with new password

    Dear friend,

    You can bypass your window password by using a software named as
    Kon-Boot .

    Follow the step to get Window password:

    1.You can search it at Google. This is a small software. First you have to download it ( ISO image )

    2.Burn it on CD either by using Nero or free software like ImgBurn. After successful burn keep the CD in your CD-ROM drive and reboot the laptop.

    3.After rebooting, you may be asked a question like "boot from CD or DVD drive" depending upon your laptop's BIOS setting, then press Enter.

    4.Your window will boot up as usual.

    5.After logging in you can reset your password as you have done before.

    6.Then remove the CD from a CD-ROM drive finally.

    7.If your laptop doesn't have a CD-ROM drive then you can burn images of the software on a USB drive also. You can use USB drive similar to CD-ROM drive.


    Thanks!

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    development Array
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    Re: Trouble accessing Windows with new password

    Hello My Dear Pal

    Follow the below Instructions

    Boot the laptop to the Log on screen

    Insert the Windows 7 password Reset Disk

    If you enter a Wrong Password and Attempt to Login ....


    " A message Will prompt that the Username Or Password is incorrect "


    There click OK

    Click on Reset Password

    There you need to follow the Step by Step wizard to CREATE A NEW PASSWORD FOR YOUR CURRENT ACCOUNT



    VERY GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Trouble accessing Windows with new password

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    My laptop has Windows 7 Ultimate installed in it. I am not able to log in to Windows with the new password I set. The computer says that password is not recognized. The other user account says administrator, yet I canít find the new user which has the password problem. So I canít change password either. What should I do to get this issue sorted out?
    Hello there !!!

    so what is happening in accessing your windows with the new password is that
    your password is said to be incorrect.

    and this situation is quite embarrassing that your password is saying incorrect although you have set it your self only.
    so this might be happened that you are not entering the correct letter.
    or the password might be the case sensitive and you have forgot to make the letter case sensitive (particular one).

    so you have one more option to change the password.
    it is that :-

    logon with the administrator account.
    go to control panel.
    go to user account and setting.
    there select the account whom password you have forgot
    now change the password.
    click ok >> apply

    now you are done.

    hope i am clear to you.
    thanks for posting in EALP.

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    Re: Trouble accessing Windows with new password

    hi,

    you have problem with accessing new password.

    >> just check following things

    >> you are missing your new password .

    >> just try to open your windows in safe mode. using f8

    >> if it open then using regedit you can change password.

    >> if your system not start with safe mode than you have to re install your system.

    >> i hope you have got me


    >> all the best

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    ankit verma Array
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    Re: Trouble accessing Windows with new password

    Hello friends

    this is Short problem , see the following step

    open the DVD writer ,enter the widows 7 boot able DVD

    press the Del and check the boot sating

    press the F10 and select the yes option

    and your windows 7 install start
    Format the c : part

    and your windows start normal

    final your old password is remove and

    open the control panel and Enter the new password

    Your problem is Eazey solved

    Thanking you

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    Re: Trouble accessing Windows with new password

    Hi dear friend.........to solve the above issue follow the below instructions care fully

    first of all download the Hiren's Boot CD from the internet and for the download visit this link http://www.hirensbootcd.org/download/
    which is usually in ISO image .....then burn it on the disk by using the DAEMON TOOLor Burn image tools

    after that insert the disk in to ROM restart the PC .... then it will brings up the message like Boot from CD or DVD ...... then press ENTER key

    in the next step choose Mini windows XP option from the menu.......after that double click on HBCD menu Icon from the desktop

    next choose the Programs option> password / keys > windows login > RESET ( win xp/vista/7) user password

    in the next window there is a link will be appeared in the path to sam file box....in that box shows the location as your HOME DRIVE

    simply change that location ( that is drive letter ) as D or any other drive

    then click on Re open button ..... then select your user name from the list

    now click on Change password button.....then change the password as you like .. click OK

    then click on SAVE CHANGES > EXIT........now restart the PC........and remove the disk ...

    after that login with the new password

    ALL THE BEST!!!!!

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