It’s well known Microsoft has added password protection to programs and files to help prevent unauthorized access to important information. And that’s why you can apply a Windows 7 password to stop unauthorized users from accessing your computer data. Besides, Microsoft also offers built-in tools in Windows to enable you to create a Widows 7 password reset disk, which allows you to change Windows 7 password to a new one if you are locked of computer.
Before you begin creating your Windows 7 password reset disk, you must connect your USB flash drive to the PC.
1. Click Start to select Control Panel.
2. Click the User Accounts and Family Safety link.
3. Now select User Accounts from the control panel.
4. In the task pane on the left, select Create a password reset disk link.
5. When the Forgotten Password Wizard window appears, click Next.
6. On the Create a Password Reset Disk screen, select the USB flash drive you inserted earlier from the drop-down list. Click Next.
7. Enter your current account password in the text box and click Next.
8. Windows 7 will now create the password reset disk on your chosen USB drive. When the progress indicator shows 100% complete, click Next and then click Finish in the next screen.
Now you can remove the flash drive or from your computer. Label this USB flash drive and store it in a safe place. The following are some important things you should learn when you create a password reset disk:
1. The password reset disk must be created before the password is forgotten.
2. You cannot use a password reset disk to reset the password for another computer.
3. Anyone can access your computer by using this password reset disk. So it is important to store it in a safe place.
Have you create a password reset disk yet? If not, please start now! You’ll find how important it is when you forgot Windows 7 password.


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