Creating Windows 7 password reset disk is a compulsory thing for each Windows 7 PC user. With it, you will never be in trouble when lost or forgot Windows 7 password, for you can login your lovely Windows 7 again within seconds.
What's more, if you do not have access to the password of the system, you can easily re-log with it in few seconds. What you need to do is pretty simple. You only need to recover with the professional Windows Password Reset software. However, by this means it will cost money and time. In this case, creating a Windows 7 password reset disk will be the first choice for you to reset Windows 7 Password.
Step 1. Click the 'Start' button and then click the 'Control Panel' in your Windows 7.
Step 2. Click on the 'User Accounts and Family Safety' link.
Note: If you're viewing the Large icons or Small icon views instead of the Category view, you can just double-click on the 'User Accounts' icon and proceed to Step 3.
1>The picture for Large icons
2>The picture for Small icons
Step3. Click on the 'User Account' link.
Step 4. Click the 'Create a password reset disk' link on the left pane.
Note: Please make sure your computer has connected with some portable media for this password reset disk like a flash drive, a blank USB flash drive, otherwise you will get a No Drive warning message! Besides, Windows 7 doesn't support creating a password reset disk with a CD/DVD or external hard drive.
Step 5. Click on the 'Next' button when the forgotten Password Wizard window appears.
Step 6. Choose the portable media drive through the drop down box to create a Windows 7 reset disk on. And then click 'Next' to continue.
Step 7.Enter your current account password into the text box. And then click 'Next' to continue. If the account doesn't have a password, just leave the box blank. And then click 'Next' to continue.
Step 8. Windows 7 will create the password reset disk on your disk or USB flash drive. When the progresses finished and showing 100% complete, click 'Next'.
Step 9. Click 'Finish' and remove the flash drive from your computer. Now you have successfully created a Windows 7 password reset disk for the user account. You had better label the disk "Windows 7 Password Reset disk" and store it in a safe and privacy place.
Note: Keep in mind that you can only use this Windows 7 password reset disk on your own Windows 7 machine. Furthermore, you only need to create a Windows 7 password reset disk for your Windows 7 login password once, for no matter how many times you change your password, this disk will always allow you to create a new one.