A Windows password reset disk is the easiest way to regain access to your computer when you forgot Vista password. So please remember to make such a password disk if you don’t want to get in trouble in future. Here will show you how to create a password reset disk on Windows Vista and how to use it when you forgot Vista password.

Create password reset disk in Windows Vista

Follow the below steps to create a password reset for your account:

1. Open the user account window by clicking “Start”, “Control Panel”, “Family Safety and User Accounts”, and “User Accounts”.

2. Click “Create a Password Reset Disk” on the left side.

3. Insert a USB flash drive. Click the “Next” button.

4. Choose the drive that you want to use, and then click the “Next” button.

5. Enter the current password for the user in the “Current user account password field”. Click the “Next” button.

6. Click the “Next” button when the progress bar shows it has reached 100 percent. Click the “Finish” button.

7. Remove the USB flash drive, label it and keep it in a safe place.

How to Use Windows Vista Password Reset Disk

When you forgot Windows password, just reset your password with the password reset disk by following the steps below:

1. Click on the “Reset Password” link after entering a wrong password on Vista logon screen.

2. Insert your password reset disk into your computer and click the “Next” button.

3. Select the drive that contains your password reset disk, click the “Next” button.

4. Type in the new password you want your computer to have.

5. Click the “Next” button, and then click “Finish.”

6. Log on to the computer with the new password you chose.

If you forgot Windows Vista password without password reset disk, you can resort to Windows Password Breaker to fix your problem.

Windows Password Breaker is a powerful Windows password recovery tool, which can help you create a bootable password reset disk to reset your forgotten password on you own. Only with a few steps, you can get back onto your account without a password, with no damage to your computer data or settings.


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