How to Break Windows Password ?

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I'll tell you how to break windows password without any software!

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Step 1: Safe Mode

Boot windows in "safe mode with command prompt".
Select the Administrative account.

Step 2: Change Password


Open Command Prompt and type the following command

net user

: Here type the user-name of which, the password you want to hack

: Here type new password

Don't type "<" & ">"

For example : net user Tim x
I typed user-name & a new password as x

HIT THE ENTER !

Done reboot the computer and when it prompt for password, type x and hit the enter

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    9 Discussions

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    Um that's the point I cant do it because my dad computer don't show promt or anything like that can you'll at lease give me a hint please

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    Colttan

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Actually, I was able to run my computer in safe mode with command prompt, and instead of using the command prompt window, I pressed Ctrl+Alt+Delete to open task manager, and chose to run a new task of explorer.exe, then went to Control panel, User accounts, and then removed the password of the locked account and restarted.

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    zero3

    8 years ago on Introduction

    to: D LAX...

    right click the command prompt and click "RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR"
    and there you go....
    ENJOY!!!

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    D LAX

    8 years ago on Step 2

    i tryed it but access is denied

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    Blardo

    9 years ago on Introduction

    You could just use a linux live boot cd if you are trying to get data off of it.

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    kpataska

    9 years ago on Introduction

    What happens when there is an administrator's account password? This will fail. You're assuming XP Home where no one setup a password on the admin account...

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