Change your Forgotten Windows Password with the Linux System Rescue CD.

Many users are facing the problem as to how to change their forgotten windows password. So below is the method which is quite efficient and effective. It is rather simple and does not take a lot of time of the user.

In order to change the forgotten windows password, user needs to generate the system rescue CD. For this he has to install the copy of it in his system. After installation, pass word is going to be reset by the user. The very first thing is to follow this command line: ntfs-3g /dev/sda1 /mnt/windows –o force. After taking this step, user needs to modify the directory into the Windows/System32/config directory mode. For the alteration, user has to follow a particular path recommended by his system like this: cd /mnt/windows/Windows/System32/config. As soon as the user gets entered in that directory, he is going to see a file named by SAM file. It is by this file that the user is going to change his windows password.

To carry out the process of changing the password, a command named chntpw should be followed. It is totally up to the user what username ha has to assign to this command. Like: chntpw –u geek SAM. This step will give the user a new wizard type of screen. So to put a new password, user has to enter 2 at the prompt side and then his new password. User has to restart the computer after the completion of the process. Finally, the user will be able to sign in with a new password using Linux system rescue CD.

Hence, the entire scheme is quite reliable. Majority of the users have adopted this process and are highly satisfied from its results. Results are immediate and instant. And user can conveniently change the windows password even if he / she forget it.

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