Recently I was in the Pomorieâ€™s Monastery â€“ St. George .
One layman left his notebook (maybe as a donation) to the monks. However the notebook was protected by both: fingerprint check, as well as administrator password and therefore the notebook was completely unusable and was thrown away with many other unused belongings.
When the abbot of the monastery found out Iâ€™m adept with computers, he asked if I can fix up the notebook and somehow remove the password, or reinstall the machine to make it usable.
So here I decided to blog what I undertook to reset the windows password with the hope somebody else could benefit from that as well.
1. Go to Offline NT Password & Registry Editor, Bootdisk / CD website
2. Download the bootable CD image zip archive of Offline NT Password & Registry Editor and burn the iso to a CD using K3b (on Linux), Nero or CDBurnerXP on (Windows).
3. Follow the step by step walkthrough manual (here) to either change Some Windows user password or completely reset administrator or any other user password.
Following the walkthrough literally prooved to be quite succesful for me and I was able to properly reset the administrator password!
So Hooray it works again! The monks can now benefit of the cute Toshiba satellite machine.
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thanks for the nice article. keep writing such
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thanks for the detailed guidance. I used Windows Login recovery software, and it is easy to operate for me.I downloaded the Windows Login recovery professional and get Windows password reset for my pc. Wow, itâ€™s great. users lost password would better have a try.View CommentView Comment