Windows Password Hack – How to remove Windows XP Password on your Netbook/Laptop Using a USB Flash drive

Max’s Note – Here’s an awesome free guide to using a free program to remove Windows XP password on your netbook or laptop.

Last week when my friend bought a Windows XP installed netbook, he created a complex Windows login password to bolster the privacy of his netbook. Unfortunately, he couldn’t remember the spelling of his own password the next day and was unable to use his netbook. I suggested Windows Password Key 8.0 to reset the password and start using his netbook again. Let’s find out more about Windows Password Key 8.0.
Windows Password Key 8.0 is a useful application, which can be used to reset the Windows login password on your netbook with the help of USB flash drive. Windows Password Key 8.0 is compatible with all versions of Windows.

Windows Password Key 8.0

However, your netbook must have minimum system requirements to enable Windows Password Key 8.0 to reset your Windows login password. First, your Windows must be installed in a FAT-16, FAT-32 or NTFS partition and you must also have bootable USB flash drive to reset the password.

You’ll need to install Windows Password Key 8.0 on any other Windows PC, which is accesible to you. Once the installation is complete, Windows Password Key 8.0 will launch on the screen.

In the Windows Password Key 8.0 window, you’ll need to select the existing Windows Password Key 8.0 image, which is ideally located as a default option under ‘Choose the existing windows password key 8.0’.

Windows Password Key 8.0

Select the option ‘USB Flash Drive’ and insert your USB flash drive in the USB port. After you insert the USB flash drive, select it from the drop down list and click the ‘Burn’ button.

Select The USB Flash Drive

When the ‘burning’ process starts, Windows Password Key 8.0 extracts the ISO image and copies the necessary Windows files to your USB flash drive.

Start burn windows password key 8.0 to usb flash

Now you can insert your newly created USB flash drive into your netbook port, and then reboot your operating system. Be sure to change your netbook set up to make it boot from your USB flash drive.

When your operating system boots from your USB flash drive, the Windows Password Key 8.0 will initialize on your netbook screen. You need to select ‘Windows installation to be processed’ and then select the user, whose password you need to reset by typing the number associated with it, followed by the ‘ENTER’ key.

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Hack Windows Password

In the next screen, type ‘Y’ followed by ‘ENTER’ to reset a new password.

Crack Windows Password Recover

After you reset a new password, remove the Windows Password Key 8.0 bootable USB flash drive and restart your netbook to log in using your new password.

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It is always a good practice to set up a simple password for our windows login. Although we have utility applications like Windows Password Key 8.0 for our rescue, it becomes a tedious task to reset password, especially when you are travelling with important documents on your netbook.

Excerpt:: Last week when my friend bought a Windows XP installed netbook, he created a complex Windows login password to bolster the privacy of his netbook. Unfortunately, he couldn’t remember the spelling of his own password the next day and was unable to use his netbook. I suggested Windows Password Key 8.0 to reset the password and start using his netbook again. Let’s find out more about Windows Password Key 8.0.

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4 Responses to Windows Password Hack – How to remove Windows XP Password on your Netbook/Laptop Using a USB Flash drive

  1. Bulletfrag says:

    The only thing I can see this hack feasible to use on is Windows Vista. To get around the password on a Windows XP equipped computer(desktop, laptop, etc.) Simply boot the computer in safe mode, which automatically puts you on an admin account, go into the the admin control console, and change the password/place a password on any account on the computer. Anything you can do with a legitimate administrator account, you can do with the admin account that is accessed in safe mode. It is much easier to do than using this program from what I can tell from this article.

  2. ITGuy says:

    If someone has set a password for administrator on a Windows XP computer, you cant log in with safe mode either.
    So it works for XP.

  3. Chris says:

    Firstly windows has an account called “administrator” which doesn’t normally show up on the welcome screen but you can get to it either by booting in safe mode (it does show up on the welcome screen when in safe mode) or by pressing ctrl+alt+del at the welcome screen to get an old fassioned login dialog. Often this account will have no password on it.

    If the administrator account is locked out or has a password on it then there is a third party password reset and account unlocking tool named “Windows Login Recovery”

  4. Susan says:

    I have downloaded Windows Password Recovery Tool 3.0 . it not only supports XP, 2000, and NT, I have personally tested it with Vista and Windows 7. It works perfectly to reset any local user account to a blank password. I Wrote it to an old 128mb USB flash drive do this. Booting up and clearing a password takes a minute or two works like a charm. It supports cd/dvd too.

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