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how do i reset my password in my computer without a password re set disc

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how do i bypass my password on the front page without a password reset disc i lost my password and cant remember it and i want touse my computer  please help

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Hi,

 

Ok, try the following.

 

You can try windows 7 bypass software to the password. Or try these steps  given below.

 

1.  Shut down the notebook

 

2.  Start tapping away at f11 as soon as you press the power button to launch Recovery Manager which you can then use to reinstall Windows. Before this please back up your data as it will be lost.

 

 

Let us know how it goes!

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hi,

 

Is there anyway without using recovery or without losing any files? thanks ...

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Yobb.

 

Do you have a power on password???

 

A BIOS password???

 

A Windows login password???

 

 

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Hi

 

You can use bypass software or check the video given below might help you.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EASPkAFOv70&feature=related

 

 

Let us know how it goes!

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A friend of mine recently passed away and his family gave me one of his laptops. It is an H-P but he has a password installed. I have promised his family to copy and transmit any personal files and I would like to keep the music he has loaded. How do I reset the password without a password recovery disk and preserve the data? Obviously I have no way of backing it up without first logging in.

 

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I just recieved my recently passed sisters labtop and there's a screen when I turn it on that's ask for a password, we have tried several that we thought she might have used. But no success. Any help would be well appreciated. Its an HP windows 7. Please help
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I have a hp 2 in 1 and forgot my password and did not do a re set disc.  where do I go from here.  Can it be reset

 

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I tried to do that and still could not get recovery manager to come up what now I am becoming very frustrated

 

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