Break Windows Administrator Passoword – Part 2

by on January 25th, 2009

There are many ways to break down windows password. I have mentioned some method related to earlier SAM files in windows and of course there is a way to use LIVE version of any appropriate operating system to enter in the system.

If you care to purchase some software for that then I can recommend you a very useful software which does exactly that and without any hassle or loss.

If you can’t Login To Windows? Locked Out? Forgot Your Password?
There is just One Step – No Hassle Solution! by Windows Geeks.

Windows Geeks Removal Tool Features
  • Removes and Unlocks All Windows Passwords Instantly
  • 24/7 Support
  • Best, Quickest and Easiest Solution!
  • Does all the work! No need to know any complex commands
  • DOES NOT require original Windows disc or proof of purchase
  • Works on all computers running Windows (including Windows XP, Vista, NT, 2000, 2003)
  • You don’t have to be computer literate to use our software!
  • 100% Effective
  • 100% Safe – No data loss of any kind
  • 100% Safe Transaction – No Viruses/Spyware/Adware

I have used this software recently. I used USB version which is very easy. Steps involved are followings.

You need a blank USB/flash drive.
Software comes with a folder “usbmemkeyboot” containing ‘SP27608.exe’ which is HP Windows Format Utility for USb drive. This will install the software. After installation run this utility to make your USB bootable.

hpformat-dos

Now along with this software there are some other files in the package which you just copy and past in USB drive. There are instructions for the process in detail at their website.

After you have created bootable flash disk, open command prompt by using command cmd in run and browse there your USB drive. Suppose USB is starting with letter f.
You might get the following displayed at the command prompt
c:\documents and settings\PCUserName>
type f: ahead of that and press enter.
It will give you f:\>
Type syslinux f: ahead of that and press enter. i.e.
f:\>syslinux f:
You are done.
This last step is important.

Now you have created your USB disk for password removal. You will create it earlier for later use or you can create it at another PC obviously if your computer has been locked down already.

Just check your boot sequence from motherboard setup. Make sure it is boot from USB.
Restart PC, plug in USB drive and let it boot from the USB drive.

All you will get is following.

password-removed-done

All passwords of administrators or users will be removed. Restart the PC. Eject USB. Now Windows will be password free and all passwords will be erased. Your user settings remain same. Files remain same. Everything same. Just windows users passwords will be removed. This is a very useful utility for erasing password of any windows operating system.

Website
Windows Geeks Password Removal Tool


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7 Reviews

  1. Greg Hunt says:

    I have tried the Widows Geeks password removal tool and it did not work for me. When I first booted the disc it came back with two error messages. “This licence has been used illegally” and “Something like this has been used too many times…” I contacted WG’s and they said that I need to purchase another licence. This means that when the software actually works, it will only remove one set of passwords from one machine, after that the disc is useless. Nowhere on their web site does it mention this…is it worth paying $35 to remove the passwords when Hiren’s Boot Disc version 15.1 will remove them for free… You decide.

  2. Hiroshi says:

    @dhanjee pandit: I am going to post few more tips to break any OS password.

  3. dhanjee pandit says:

    i want to administrator password breack any o s free download

  4. Hiroshi says:

    @awais: These are very simple steps. You just install the software, use it to create bootable USB by giving it files path and run a command via cmd. Done.

  5. Raza says:

    Very cool software. At least you get no worries about data loss and all. You just erase windows passwords and can enter windows. Thanks for the resource. Definitely going to try this also.

  6. awais says:

    The details for preparing bootable USb are for advanced users. Its a tough method.

  7. Zeus says:

    I would prefer to use any Live version of operating system to get back to my windows. This is a good software though.