Theoretically, a password reset disk Windows 7 can be made with a CD/DVD or USB flash drive. Since USB flash drive is more convenient to carry and safer to preserve, here I highly recommend creating a Windows 7 reset password with USB to prevent your computer from being locked. Below are guides on how to create a Win 7 password recovery USB.
Situation 1 :)
If you haven’t forgotten your Windows 7 password yet. At this situation, you can easily make such a password reset USB disc for free to prevent your computer from being locked.
Now follow the below steps:
- Insert the prepared USB flash drive into your computer.
- Type “reset” in the Windows search box and select “Create a password reset disk”.
- When the “Forgotten Password Wizard” appears, click “Next”.
- Select your USB flash drive and click “Next”.
- Once the wizard finishes creating the reset disk, click “Next” then “Finish”.
- That's it. Job Done!
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Situation 2 :(
If you have already forgotten your Windows 7 password. Many computer users actually didn’t take any precautions against Windows 7 password forgotten problem before they find they’ve lost or forgotten the password. So if you don’t have such a password reset disk when you forget or lose your Windows 7 password, you need to seek for other ways to make one and then use that to reset Windows 7 password.
Here’s how to create a reset password Windows 7 USB with Windows Password Recovery Enhance:
You need to do the below steps in another system in order to recover your system.
- Download and install PC Login Now's iso file.
- Burn the ISO file to CD (Use Magic ISO).
- After you have created a bootable disk, Insert that disk into the DVD Drive and Restart your computer.
- Set the BIOS to boot from CD. (Mostly not required if your system automatically detects the disk on your DVD Drive).
- The software then automatically runs.
- Use PCLoginNow to finish the job.
Download-file is an ISO file named “PCLoginNow_Free.ISO” which should be burned to a CD before using it.