How To Password Reset Disk Windows Vista

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Somebody please help me out. I have to create a password reset disk windows vista. I don’t know how to do it. Some help would be appreciated.

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How To Password Reset Disk Windows Vista

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Creating a password reset disk in Windows Vista is same as creating it Windows 7.
1. Open control panel in Windows Vista.
2. Click at User Accounts.
3. Then Family Safety.
4. Click at Accounts
5. Click on the option Create Password Reset Disk
6. Click Next.
7. Enter your current password and click Next.
8. Windows Vista will now create a password reset disk.
9. Eject the disk out.
That’s it.
All the best.

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How To Password Reset Disk Windows Vista

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In Microsoft Windows, if you need to reset the password of a particular user account, you don’t need to create a reset disk. One way of resetting a password in Microsoft Windows is from the command line using an administrator account. An administrator is required. If you are not using an administrator account, you can do it using the default “Administrator” account in Safe Mode.

Restart your computer then press F8 on your keyboard before the Windows logo appears to boot your computer in Safe Mode. In the login screen, click on the “Administrator” account instead of your user account to log in. After logging in, click “Start”, “All Programs”, “Accessories”, and then “Command Prompt”. In the command prompt window, type without quotes “net user [username] [new password]” then hit Enter.

Replace “[username]” with the user account you want to change the password. Replace “[new password]” with the new password you want to use for the account. For example:

net user Pete some124

In case the user account is not a single word, use double quotes to enclose the username. For example:

net user “Pete Cet” some125

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