Different Password, Different Way—How to Recover Windows XP Password
Windows XP password recovery differs from other passwords recovery.
When it prompts many passwords, humans are easy to forget some of them. Fortunately, there are ways to recover passwords if you fail to remember them. For example, you can reset your forgotten Email account password by receiving a link from the alternative Email address. There is however no obvious such way to recover Windows XP password when it is forgotten or lost.
Many users get desperate when they forgot their computer password because they think they have to reinstall Windows XP to be able to regain access. However, this is not necessary and I’m going to tell you why.
I have to admit that reinstalling Windows XP can be effective to rescue a locked computer. But it should be noted that after Windows XP reinstalled, all of the data including your important documents, precious pictures, and even charged applications will be lost together. So, is this what you want? Of course not.
Recover forgotten & lost Windows XP password with Windows Password Key Enterprise.
Well, now you only need a little tool called Windows Password Key Enterprise which allows you to burn a Windows XP password reset disk on a CD/DVD or USB flash drive. The tool works with all Windows OS-based computers. Now visit here to download a free version of this magic tool: http://www.lostwindowspassword.com/windows-password-recovery.htm. Then please follow me to learn how to recover Windows XP password:
Step1: Install and launch the downloaded Windows Password Key Enterprise to another accessible Windows OS-based computer properly.
Step2: Prepare for a blank CD/DVD/USB flash drive.
Step3: Insert the CD/DVD/USB to computer, and then click “Burn” button to start burning an ISO image file of Windows Password Key Enterprise to the CD/DVD/USB.
Step4: After finishing the burning, remove the CD/DVD/USB from the computer and then insert this burned disk to the locked computer.
Step5: Set the locked computer to boot from CD/DVD/USB in BIOS.
Step6: Start recovering Windows XP password with the burned Windows XP password reset disk (Burned CD/DVD/USB). Restart computer later.
The last step would be to log in Windows XP as usual, but at this time, you don’t need to enter any password at login screen.