Question: I have a Toshiba laptop running on Windows Vista and I have forgotten my password.
I am not given a password hint after entering it in wrong. All I am given is a “reset password” prompt which tells me to put in a boot-able CD or USB drive, however, no matter what I try it doesn’t work. I have read that if I can get the Administrator account to appear on the log-in screen, that all of my problems will go away as I will be able to log-in. This doesn’t seem to be the case for me though, as I have tried multiple ways to do this to no avail. Please help!

By analyzing this problem, we conclude that the best way for this lost Windows password customer is to find a powerful yet easy-to-use Windows Password recovery tool like Windows Password Breaker Professional, in view of that this customer is not good at computer.

Before following the steps below, let’s understand what Windows Password Breaker Professional is. Windows Password Breaker Professional is professionally designed to help personal and business users involved with a forgotten Windows logon password. With this efficient utility, you are able to create a Windows password reset CD/DVD or USB flash drive to reset forgotten Windows password, even though you cannot access your laptop. What’s more important, it claims 100% success rate, instant recovery and 100% security. It means you can successfully reset your forgotten Windows password in minutes without any computer data and settings damage or modification.

Please follow the steps listed blow to perform Windows Vista password recovery.
1. Download and install Windows Password Breaker Professional in an accessible PC.
2. Insert a CD/DVD or USB flash drive in your computer, and then launch this program.
3. Select target CD/DVD or USB device and click Burn. Then click Yes to confirm and proceed on the following dialog box.
4. Click OK when the burning task completes. Now a boot-able Windows password reset disk is created.
5. Insert the burned CD/DVD or USB in your locked computer.
6. Turn on the computer, press F2, Delete, F10 or other keys to enter BIOS Setup while rebooting. And then make necessary changes in BIOS to configure the computer to boot from CD ROM or USB.
7. On the coming up Window, follow its instructions to reset Windows Vista password.

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