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Windows 7 Password Recoverey

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Robert, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. Robert

    Robert Flightless Bird

    Need Windows 7 Password Recovery options so you can recover your
    Windows 7 password? If you need to get your Windows 7 password
    recovered, then I will help you to do this.

    I will help you to do this by giving you the best Windows 7 password
    recovery options. This way, you'll be able to recover your Windows 7
    password on the easiest, fastest and safest way.

    the best way to recover your Windows 7 password is by using a Windows
    7 Password Recovery program. This way, you'll be able to automatically
    recover a Windows 7 password.

    The program is called Password Resetter, and It will automatically
    start resetting your password so you can log back into Windows 7.

    This is how it works:

    1 – At first, Password Resetter will automatically create your
    bootable USB or CD. It will then start copying your Wndows 7 files
    over to the bootable USB or CD.
    2 – After that, Password Resetter will start locating your system
    user.
    3 – Once located, it will automatically start resetting your password.
    4 – Once completed, you simply restart your computer and you'll be
    able to login to Windows 7 without using a password.

    So, in order to recover your Windows 7 password, you can do 2 things.
    You either do this by re-installing Windows 7 which takes quite some
    time and you take the risk of losing your personal files. Or, you use
    a software program that will automatically start resetting your
    password. to know more : http://bit.ly/H7JOz
     
  2. Mike S

    Mike S Flightless Bird

    On 6/1/2010 4:59 AM, Pegasus [MVP] wrote:
    > Spam


    For anyone who really does need to retrieve their password, I use the
    Ophcrack Live CD: you download the image, burn it to a CD, boot from it,
    select a user interface (the gui has worked for me on 3 different XP
    boxes) and let it run. the boxes ranged from < 1GHz 512MB RAM, to 2.8
    GHz 2GB RAM, and the crack times were all under ten minutes.

    http://ophcrack.sourceforge.net/

    Mike
     
  3. John John - MVP

    John John - MVP Flightless Bird

    Mike S wrote:
    > On 6/1/2010 4:59 AM, Pegasus [MVP] wrote:
    >> Spam

    >
    > For anyone who really does need to retrieve their password, I use the
    > Ophcrack Live CD: you download the image, burn it to a CD, boot from it,
    > select a user interface (the gui has worked for me on 3 different XP
    > boxes) and let it run. the boxes ranged from < 1GHz 512MB RAM, to 2.8
    > GHz 2GB RAM, and the crack times were all under ten minutes.


    How long and complex were the passwords and which set of rainbow tables
    were you using?

    John
     
  4. Mike S

    Mike S Flightless Bird

    On 6/1/2010 5:23 AM, John John - MVP wrote:
    > Mike S wrote:
    >> On 6/1/2010 4:59 AM, Pegasus [MVP] wrote:
    >>> Spam

    >>
    >> For anyone who really does need to retrieve their password, I use the
    >> Ophcrack Live CD: you download the image, burn it to a CD, boot from
    >> it, select a user interface (the gui has worked for me on 3 different
    >> XP boxes) and let it run. the boxes ranged from < 1GHz 512MB RAM, to
    >> 2.8 GHz 2GB RAM, and the crack times were all under ten minutes.

    >
    > How long and complex were the passwords and which set of rainbow tables
    > were you using?
    >
    > John


    They were up to 8 characters long, one was all lower case letters, one
    mixed lower case and upper case letters and numbers.
     

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