Most of Windows Vista users do not know how to reset Vista password while lost or forgot it. Well, if you are one of this groups that feel nowhere to go while lost Windows Vista password, here is your very place to work out the challenge.
You could reset the lost or forgot Vista password by creating a password reset disk with a CD/DVD or USB flash drive on Windows Vista system on the basis that take use of the third party software - the Windows Password Killer, which will helps you reset Vista password in no time at 100% recovery.
Following is the tutorial on how to recover Windows Vista password with USB drive (CD/DVD could be worked as well) by taking use of Windows Password Killer Pro.
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Step 1: Download and install Windows Password Killer Pro on any accessible PC.
Download and install the program on any accessible computer, and then follow the below steps.
Step 2: Running the program to create a Vista password reset USB drive
1.Insert the USB drive you've prepared into computer, select 'USB drive' on the start page, click 'Start' to create the Windows Vista password reset disk, then click 'Yes' to stat the burning process.
2. Now the password reset USB drive is burned, click 'Close' and then ‘Yes’, take out the password reset USB drive.
Step 3: Reset Windows Vista password with USB drive
Insert the burned USB drive into your locked computer and boot from it, if the computer failed to, please set BIOS to boot from USB drive.
1. Windows Password Killer Pro starts, select the target Windows Vista system you want to reset password for on the start page, click 'Next'.
2. Select the target user account you want to reset password for, click 'Next' to keep on the process.
3. Now the Windows Vista password is reset successfully, click 'Reboot' to restart your computer.
Extended ReadingWindows Vista is developed by Microsoft for use on personal computers, it comes with many changes and features, including an updated graphical user interface and visual style dubbed Aero, a redesigned search function, multimedia tools including Windows DVD Maker, and redesigned networking, audio, print, and display sub-systems, etc. Besides, Windows Vista includes version 3.0 of the .NET Framework, which allowing software developers to write applications without traditional Windows APIs.