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How to Hack/Crack Windows 7 Administrator/Logon Password if Forgot

It is not so simple to hack than on Windows XP. If you ever forgot Windows 7 password, you may find that several fruitful Windows password hack replies employed for Windows XP doesn't work for Windows 7 due to its superior security characteristics and you may have to find a new reply for your disregarded Windows 7 password hack.
Need to recover Windows 7 password? Windows 7 password reset or recovery solution is quite easy if you pick up the right way. In case you may lose important data during your recovery, here we give a full detail of the solution. In this, we take the most used laptop or computer for example.

The laptop is widely used for its excellent quality. It gives customers all the power and performance to enjoy the computing life. Windows 7 system is the latest popular system, and it allows you create several accounts for each users. So it may raise a risk to forget the password.

It is really frustrated if you realize your windows 7 login password lost. Are there any methods to get it back?

I forgot Windows 7 password to my computer, how to I do reset it? Please help, I am locked out from my important data!!

Windows 7 password reset or recovery solution isn't so difficult if you pick up the right way. In case you may lose important data during your recovery, here we give a full detail of the solution. In this, we take the most used laptop or computer for example.


The laptop is widely used for its excellent quality. It gives customers all the power and performance to enjoy the computing life. Windows 7 system is the latest popular system, and it allows you create several accounts for each users. So it may raise a risk to forget the password.

It is really frustrated if you realize your windows 7 login password lost. Are there any methods to get it back?

Password lost often happens; there are many reasons for losing password. If you don’t pick up a good way, it could ruin your days completely. Here we share some practical solutions for you.

Trick 1: Recover Windows 7 password with password reset disk

Password reset disc only use in a certain account which you have created before losing that account password, or it won’t help. So it’s better to create password reset disc when you add a password to a new account. If you have problems with how to create USB windows 7 password reset disk, you can see more details in MS website.

Here is how to recover windows 7 password with password reset disk

Step 1: When entering a wrong password, it will show you the Password hint and you can reset password as following picture. Click “Reset password” it will show you the Password Reset Wizard.

Step 2: Click NEXT and select your USB password key disk drive to reset the password with a new one.

Step 3: Then you can use the new password enter your computer.

Trick 2: Recover Windows 7 password from safe mode

Windows 7 OS has a built-in administrator account that is created during Windows installation, and disable by default. The account has no password in it. You need to enable that account before losing your other admin account password. Or in this tip your built-in administrator account won’t appear in the screen.

1. Start your computer and press "F8" while the computer boots up. Scroll down to "Safe Mode with Command Prompt" with the arrow keys on the keyboard and press "Enter." Your computer starts in Safe Mode with Command Prompt.

2. Select the Administrator account that appear in the screen, then enter command prompt. Type: net user XXX 123456 and enter (XXX is the account name which password you need to reset 123456 is the new password), it will show you a message that” the command completed successfully.

3. Restart your computer, then you can log in as XXX with the password 123456. You can go to control Panel to change your account password if necessary.

I don’t have a password reset disk and I’ve try safe mode, it won’t help, what should I do?

Trick 3: Recover Windows 7 password with Windows Password Key

If you didn’t enable the built-in administrator account or you’ve reset the default administrator account password before and you forgot the password. Or you don’t have a password reset disk. In this situation you need to find Windows Password Key to wipe up the password, it is the best and quick choice.

1: Log in any available computer that you can access to and allow you download. Download and install Windows Password Key in that computer.

2: Run and burn Windows Password Key to a blank CD/DVD or USB flash drive.

3: Insert the disk to your locked Computer and then boot it from the disk, then you can follow the instruction to reset your password. The command line just like this:
Step1: Location selection
Please select Windows installation to be processed

Step 2: Select User Name
Here are the user names detected in Windows:
1 Administrator
2 Dvai
3 Guest
4 Sarah
5 HelpAssistant
Please enter your selection 1..5

Step 3: Confirmation
You are about to reset the password of 'Administrator' Are you sure? (y/n)
Password of 'Administrator' reset.Your computer will be restarted.Please remove the Windows password key bootable media and press any key to restart.

It’s 100% recovery, so I’m sure you’ll enter your Windows 7 system with that account.

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Change login scree image for window 7

When you login to your Windows 7 computer (assuming you haven’t used something like this tutorial to turn on automatic login), you’ll generally see a login window with a background looking something like this.
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It’s fine; there’s nothing wrong with it. But sometimes a change is good so in this article we’ll show you how to change the background image behind the login screen to anything you want.

The first step is to open up the Start Menu by clicking the orb in the lower left corner of the screen.

Now, in the Start Menu search box, type regedit, to open up the Registry Editor.

When the Registry Editor appears in the Start Menu, click the Enter key to launch it. You should see a window like this.

Now, right-click on the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE folder, and choose the Find option.
The search window will appear so perform a search for OEMBackground.
It will eventually be found under Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI\Background (you could navigate there directly, but the search function is probably quicker than typing all that into the path bar.

Note: it’s possible that OEMBackground doesn’t exist on your system; if this is the case, adding a new DWORD value with the name of OEMBackground will fix things.

Once you can see the OEMBackground entry, double click to reveal its properties, and change the value from 0 (the default) to 1 (which will allow us – or the computer’s OEM as intended – to change the login screen background).

Once this is finished you can close the Registry Editor and open up Windows Explorer. We want to go to %windir%\system32\oobe, so enter that into the path bar.

You’ll now need to create an info folder (all lowercase), and then a new folder, named backgrounds (also lowercase), inside the info folder. Depending on your computer’s OEM, you may find these folders already exist and may already have images in them, placed there by Dell or HP or IBM, etc.

Now simply select a favorite wallpaper. It should be in JPG format and less than 245 KB in size (and ideally the exact dimensions of your display to avoid stretching). Name this image backgroundDefault.jpg and place it in the backgrounds folder.

You can now restart, lock your screen or logout to see your new login screen.

Congratulations! This isn’t the simplest process, and isn’t as simple as using a program like Windows 7 Logon Background Changer, but if you want to get into the particulars regarding what programs like that are doing, this is a good way to go, if a bit more complex.

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click computer right and mange click ok then  click device manager then click port(com&LPT)
and then click port setting bits per second 128000 ok.
then click click flow control and set hardware click ok and restart computer 

Double Booting

Dual Boot Your Pre-Installed Windows 7 Computer with XP
So you got your shiny new pre-installed Windows 7 computer over the holidays, but you want to have trusty XP standing by in a dual boot setup. Today we’ll walk through creating a new partition in Windows 7 then
installing XP on it.

In this process we are going to shrink some free space on the Windows 7 hard drive to allocate toward a new partition. Make sure to take a moment and decide how much space to use for the XP partition. Make sure you have enough space on your hard drive for files you’ll be adding to each.
Create a New Partition
The first thing we need to do is create a new partition on the Windows 7 machine. Luckily we can do it without any 3rd party software. To begin, click on Start and type either partition or disk management into the search box and at the top of the menu click on Create and format hard disk partitions.
The Disk Management window opens, and from here we need to free up space on the (C:) drive Windows 7 is installed on. Right-click on the drive and select Shrink Volume.
A window pops up showing the drive is being queried for available space.
Now enter the amount of space you want to shrink the volume. You’re shown the total size of the disk and the amount of size that is available to shrink. In this example we’re freeing up 40GB of space.
After the process completes you’ll see the new Unallocated space. Right-click that and select New Simple Volume.
The New Simple Volume Wizard launches which is a straight forward process. When you get to the Format Partition section, NTFS is selected by default as the file system and you can leave that as is. You might want to rename the Volume label something else like “XP Partition” so it’s easier to identify when installing XP. Also you’ll probably want to make sure to check Perform a Quick Format.
After the format is complete you will see the new volume as a healthy partition listed.
Now when you go into My Computer you’ll see the the new disk and notice that space has been taken away from the (C:) drive Windows 7 is installed on.
Install XP on the New Partition
Now that you know how to create a new partition on your Windows 7 machine, it’s time to install XP on it. Here we’re installing XP Professional on the new partition. Boot from the XP installation disk and start the install process.

When it comes to choosing a partition, make sure you select the one you created using the steps above. In this example we made a 10GB partition for the XP install.
If the partition you created was already formatted as NTFS you can leave it, or you can choose the FAT file system if you want.
Basically you continue through as if you were doing a clean install on any hard drive.
Create Boot Loader
Once installation of XP is successful you can now go through and install the latest Microsoft Updates and drivers. You will undoubtedly notice that the machine is booting directly into XP at this time. This is due to XP writing it’s bootloader over Windows 7’s. To get both XP and Windows 7 as an option at the boot screen you can use the free utility EasyBCD 1.72 or their new 2.0 Beta.
After getting the bootloader back you should see both XP and Windows 7 as options in the Windows Boot Manager.
If you want to set a default OS on your dual boot system, check out The Geek’s tutorial on how to set it up. To download the EasyBCD 2.0 Beta, you’ll need to register with the NeoSmart Technologies Forum first. If you’re hesitant to try out Beta software, EasyBCD 1.7.2 is also free and will still work as well. Of course there are other ways of creating a dual boot system, but this is the method I have been using and it’s simple and effective.

Windows Key + Other Key

Windows Key + M: Minimizes all windows.
Windows Key + SHIFT + M: Restores all windows.
Windows Key + M minimizes all of your open windows into the taskbar. It’s handy if you need to get to the desktop quickly. Throw the SHIFT key into the mix and you can get your windows just as they were.

Windows Key + TAB

 Windows Key + TAB Cycles through the open programs through the taskbar.

If you have multiple windows open, hold down the windows key and tap the TAB key and the computer will cycle through your open windows. This is very similar to using ALT + TAB but without, what I like to call, the “mini window”.

Extremely helpful of you have a ton of windows open. The windows can even be minimized into the taskbar when you go a-cycling!!
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