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Step-by-step tutorial to install Kon-Boot on USB.

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(Kon-Boot is'nt free anymore)

In this step-by-step tutorial i will show you how to easily install Kon-Boot on your USB.

Kon-Boot is a handy tool to have when you forget your password to your Windows user.

I would be installing the free version of Kon-Boot but you can buy the full version.

Requirements
Kon-Boot is able to work with following operating systems:

Operating system                                                                           Free version                  Full version
Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (Service Pack 2+)         Yes                                 Yes
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic 32Bit/64Bit                    32-Bit Only                    Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 32Bit/64Bit             32-Bit Only                    Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Vista Business 32Bit/64Bit                         32-Bit Only                    Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise 32Bit/64Bit                        32-Bit Only                    Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard 32Bit/64Bit             32-Bit Only                    Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Datacenter 32Bit/64Bit          32-Bit Only                    Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise 32Bit/64Bit           32-Bit Only                    Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Web Edition 32Bit/64Bit        32-Bit Only                    Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard 32Bit/64Bit              32-Bit Only                   Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Datacenter 32Bit/64Bit           32-Bit Only                   Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise 32Bit/64Bit            32-Bit Only                   Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 32Bit/64Bit                      No                                 Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 32Bit/64Bit                            No                                 Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 32Bit/64Bit                                    No                                 Yes (FULL SUPPORT)
Please note:
Full support also includes the privilege escalation feature.

Additional requirements:
- Pentium III compatible processor, 10MB free space on the hard drive. CD-ROM, Floppy Drive or USB flash drive, keyboard, Internet connection (for product download). Compatibile BIOS version.

Warning: Kon Boot may not work on all PC machines due to different (often old) BIOS versions.
 
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Step 1: Downloading UNetbootin.

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To start out go to UNetbootin's SourceForge site and click "Download (for Windows)" and wait for it to download.
Place it in the location you want to access it from. 

Step 2: Downloading Kon-Boot.

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First go to Kon-Boot's site and scroll all the way "Download FREE version" and click "MIRROR #1".
Kon-Boot's site will redirect you to a MediaFire link. Click the download button to download the file.
JavedA3 months ago

I used this but it is not Crack or hack my windows password i think i have take some misstake at the time of uses but thanks for sharing

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It is a great tutorial, I have been using Kon-boot on CD for about 4 years and maintaining disc scratch free is a pain. I did follow your tutorial but was not successful when trying to bypass the password. The bootloader has gotten stuck on the grey loading screen with the count down. It tends to cycle it self over and over after it counts down to 1, never loading onto kon-boot or windows in that fact. I have read on several forum a quick fix for the problem. When loading the kon-boot image do not choose "ISO" instead choose "Floppy" which should work pass the cycle boot problem and into kon-boot and windows.

Bjarke (author)  The End of A Heartache5 months ago

Thanks for the info :)