Create Password Reset Disk for Windows Vista


Learn how to reset disk makes easy for all the user of Windows Vista if someone ever forgets his account password. With it, he can quickly and easily reset his Windows Vista password and get right into his PC--forgetting your password is no longer a trouble. Recommended Post learn: Create Password Reset Disk for Windows 7

Important Note: In the case of you do not have a password reset disk and you have already forgotten your Windows Vista password, then read Tip # 4 at the bottom of the page for help.

How to reset password Windows Vista via Disk Reset
How to reset password Windows Vista via Disk Reset

Steps to Create a Reset Disk Password  for Windows Vista Account

Some of the important steps are the following to create a password reset disk for your Windows Vista account with easy process. 

The below process will take less than 5 minutes to creating a reset disk password for your Windows Vista login.

Creating a Password Reset Disk for Windows Vista

Step 1#

In the first Step click on Start Option and then Control Panel Option in the Windows Vista.

Step 2#

in the second step click on the option User Account and Family Safety link.

Important Note
: In the case of Classic icons or Large icons view of the Control Panel, you will not see this link. Then you need to double-click on the User Accounts icon and proceed to Step 4.

Step 3#

Click just on the User Account link.

Step 4#

Click the Create a reset disk password link option, on the left of the task pane.

Step 5#

Click on Next option when the Wizard widow of the Forgotten Password appears.

Important Note: You will get a " No Drive" Warning message. IF so, you don't have a USB flash drive or the floppy disk connected. You will be required to do this before going ahead.

Note: You can not use any external hard drive, CD or DVD to create password reset disk for Windows Vista.

Step 6#

if you want to create a password key disk in the following drive: drop down box, select the portable media drive to create a password reset disk for Windows Vista on.

Press next to continue.

Step 7#

In the disk or other media still in the drive, You need to type your current account password in the given text box and click Next option.

Step 8#

In this step on your chosen media windows, Vista will create the password reset disk.

When the 100% shows indicator progress complete, then click next and click on finish option in the next window.

Step 9#

After the process, you can remove the floppy disk or flash drive from your PC. 

You can now remove the flash drive or floppy disk from your computer.

Mark with Lable the flash drive or disk "Windows Vista Password Reset" and keep it in a safe place.



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Create Password Reset Disk for Windows Vista
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