Running Password Reset

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Running  Password  Reset  USB

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Insert your USB Thumb-drive

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Make sure your system is completely powered off
If using the computers Power button, hold it down until the computer shuts down to avoid putting it in Sleep mode

shutdown-windows   power-button

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Power your system back on & immediately tap the F2,  F10, Del or Esc to enter your BIOS setup

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The initial splash screen will tell you which key to use

hp-splash-screen  dell-setup-f2

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Every computer has a BIOS setup, yours will likely look different than the examples shown

For more BIOS help click HERE

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When your BIOS screen comes up, go to the Boot tab or section

bios-boot-1   uefi-bios-boot   asus-bios-boot

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Change UEFI BIOS to Legacy BIOS mode (for systems shipped with Windows 8 or 10)
The examples below show how this setting appears on some systems, yours may be different

ASUS-UEFI-Legacy   uefi-legacy   uefi-legacy2

If you don’t have Legacy mode, disable Secure Boot instead (this may be in the Security section) If you don’t see any UEFI or Legacy settings, you can skip this step and continue below

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Change your Boot order so the USB is set first in the list, before the hard drive
This will allow your system will start from our reset tool, rather than Windows

legacy-bios-boot-order   uefi-bios-boot-order

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Use F10 to save your changes & restart your system

uefi-bios-f10   bios-f10

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When the boot device starts you will be taken to the Windows Desktop shown below

Password Reset 4.5.9

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Double click the Password Reset icon
Password Reset 4.5.9 click

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The program will display a list of your usernames
user_names

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Click & highlight the username from the list
It will become highlighted and the Remove password button will then become clickable

Click the Remove password button
rem_pass

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Now enter the Activation Key available below
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Click OK when you have entered the correct key
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Now click the Save changes button
save_change

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Exit the program by clicking the Exit button
exit

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If you exit the program and the following message appears click the Yes button
forgot_save

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The password for the username you chose to reset has now been removed

Double-click the Shutdown button on the bottom left of the screen
shutdown_icon

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Click the green Restart button on the right
shutdown

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Remove your boot device from the computer
rem_device

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Now you can login to your windows installation without entering a password
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Running your Password Reset tool

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Insert your CD/DVD or USB Thumb-drive
insert-cd-dvd   insert-usb

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Make sure your system is completely powered off
If using the computers Power button, hold it down until the computer shuts down to avoid putting it in Sleep mode
shutdown-windows   power-button

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Power your system back on & immediately tap the F2,  F10, Del or Esc to enter your BIOS setup
f2-key

The initial splash screen will tell you which key to use
hp-splash-screen  dell-setup-f2

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Every computer has a BIOS setup, yours will likely look different than the examples shown

For more BIOS help click HERE

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When your BIOS screen comes up, go to the Boot tab or section
bios-boot-1   uefi-bios-boot   asus-bios-boot

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Change UEFI BIOS to Legacy BIOS mode (for systems shipped with Windows 8 or 10)
The examples below show how this setting appears on some systems, yours may be different
ASUS-UEFI-Legacy   uefi-legacy   uefi-legacy2

If you don’t have Legacy mode, disable Secure Boot instead (this may be in the Security section) If you don’t see any UEFI or Legacy settings, you can skip this step and continue below

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Change your Boot order so the CD/DVD drive or USB is set first in the list, before the hard drive
This will allow your system will start from our reset tool, rather than Windows
legacy-bios-boot-order   uefi-bios-boot-order

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Use F10 to save your changes & restart your system
uefi-bios-f10   bios-f10

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When the boot device starts you will be taken to the Windows desktop shown below
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Double click the Password Reset icon
pe_icon

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The program will display a list of your usernames
user_names

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Click & highlight the username from the list
It will become highlighted and the Remove password button will then become clickable

Click the Remove password button
rem_pass

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Now enter the Activation Key available below
pwr6

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Click OK when you have entered the correct key
pwr9

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Now click the Save changes button
save_change

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Exit the program by clicking the Exit button
exit

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If you exit the program and the following message appears click the Yes button
forgot_save

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The password for the username you chose to reset has now been removed

Double-click the Shutdown button on the bottom left of the screen
shutdown_icon

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Click the green Restart button on the right
shutdown

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Remove your boot device from the computer
rem_device

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Now you can login to your windows installation without entering a password
recovery_boot_009

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