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3 Ways to Bypass Login Password on Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7

Bypass Login Password on Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7 – If you have forgotten your Windows 10/8/7 or any other Windows version password, then you will have to reset the password to login in again into your system. If your computer is new and you have no important data saved on your computer then it is easier to install an Operating System again, and it will automatically remove the Windows login password, and it will start your computer normally.

Please note: This method is only useful if your computer is new and you have no important data saved on your PC. Using this method will erase all data from your primary disk, and you will not be able to retrieve them. So use this method only if you have no valuable data to lose or else move on to Method 3. So below are 3 methods to Bypass Login Password on Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7.

Method 1: Reset Windows 10/8/7 Login Password by Reinstallation of Operating System

You will need a bootable flash drive or bootable CD/DVD loaded with the operating system.

Step 1. Insert the bootable flash drive or CD/DVD on your computer and restart your system.

Step 2. Press F11 upon starting the computer and you will be prompted with boot menu options.

Step 3. Choose your flash drive and press Enter.

Step 4. You will be prompted with Windows Installation screen. Click “Install Now, ” and it will start the process.

Step 5. This may take around 30-40 minutes depending on how much RAM you have. The better your computer configuration, the less time it will take.

Step 6. Your computer may restart several times during the process. Keep the flash drive plugged into your computer during the whole time.

Step 7. That’s it. After it is finished, you will be able to login to your computer without any password.

If you wish not to delete any data and file from your primary disk then move on to the next method.

Method 2: Reset Windows 10/8/7 Password with Password Reset Disk

This method requires a password reset information stored in an external USB drive to work. If you had created a password reset disk before you forgot the Windows login password, then follow the mentioned procedure to make this work.

Step 1. Insert the flash drive which contains the password reset information on your computer and starts the computer normally.

Step 2. Click on “Reset Password…” from the Windows login screen, and the password resets wizard will start.

Step 3. Click “Next” and select the flash drive name that contains the password information and clicks Next to enter a new password.

Step 4.  Finish the wizard and take your flash drive out from your computer.

Step 5. You will be able to enter your computer using the new password which you just set up.

Step 6. Enjoy! Now you have set a new password for your computer.

Method 3: Reset Windows 10/8/7 Password with Windows Password Recovery

iSeePassword Windows  Password Recovery is a functional utility used to bypass Windows 10/8/7 admin or login password and add a new user. With this software, you can crack your system login password quickly and easily with several clicks, no matter which version your Windows 7 operating system is.  What you need to prepare is a USB drive or DVD for making a bootable reset disk, and a working computer.

Firstly, you need to create a password reset disk with your USB drive or DVD/CD on a working computer. Insert it into another working computer, and click Burn.

Secondly, insert this created password disk to your locked PC and set the USB or DVD as the first boot order in the BOIS, then reboot your PC and it will load the program. It will detect all system and accounts on your computer. Select the account you need to reset.

As you can see above, there are three ways to help you reset Windows 7/810 password, choose the right way you need. I hope you like the article | Bypass Login Password on Windows 10, Windows 8, and Windows 7 | Stay tuned for more updates.