Hack a Forgotten Password on Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 BLUE (DON’T ABUSE)

Hack a Forgotten Password on Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 BLUE (DON'T ABUSE)

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  3. This is the easiest way without a usb or whatever he said you needed:
    1. Turn on the computer.
    2. Wait until you are on winlogon screen (Where you enter your password)
    3. Hold the ‘Shift’ key and keep holding it then press the shutdown icon at
    the bottom right of the winlogon screen and then make sure it shuts down
    and you’re still holding it.
    4. Now it should boot up to the exact menu he had after going into recovery.
    5. Go on Advanced Options
    6. Command Prompt (If it asks for a password to access Command Prompt then
    leave it blank and press enter and boom it will send you to the CMD screen)

  4. You can also shut off the password so you never have to put one in. Click
    Start, Run, and type netplwiz. There is a check box at the top that you can
    uncheck so that you never have to put in a password.

  5. How to know the password with no changing the pass 

  6. Thanks buddy. I botched this using some other instructions floating around
    the web but yours were clear, concise, and got me going. Cheers!

  7. Thankyou!!!!

  8. I can’t get my computer to boot from a usb or dvd drive, guess due to the
    EFI or UEFI, how do get past this problem to fix my password problem? Any
    help would be appreciated, thanks.

  9. i’ve done everything right but my ease of access doesn’t show command
    prompt can you tell me what when wrong
    I copied cdm.exe but it couldn’t rename is that the problem?

  10. Dude. ive been trying to figure out how to fix my problem for 2 days now.
    YOU SOLVED IT. liked,faved AND subbed!

  11. I’m running windows 8.1 and the user account will not let me
    download/update or change user accounts I get error msg saying user account
    control to continue type administrator pass word and click yes there is no
    administrator password is there any way around this. thanks.

  12. Plz someone help me my dell inspiron 1545, shows a grey screen with
    #B5D7BH1-595B+wants a administrator password tht a dnt have,
    iam from Scotland,UK,my kids going into hospital for a couple of weeks+she
    needs this, but a cannot afford to put it in the shop for repair iam
    hoping, praying+begging tht a can get this fixed for her b4 she goes into
    hospital
    urs truly A.Kelly thx x

  13. you didnt say that you can do c:Windowssystem32>netuser (User Name) * and
    remove or change the password a lot easier then doing all the other things

  14. This doesn’t work. When you ask for the command prompt, the 8.1 comes right
    back and asks for the missing password again. If you don’t have the
    password, you can’t go any further.

  15. Fuck windows for forcing its users to create an outlook account. That’s
    what caused this for me.! Fucking idiots 

  16. Thank you man! You save my time!!! :)

  17. Did all that and cmd never popped up
    

  18. right about now i tried watching and following your video and its looking
    very help full an what not but i find you was typing a bit to fast in the
    command prompt . can you pleas post the commands you , well i need to type
    to unlock windows 8 ? ? THANKS BRO . oh and will this work for windows 8.1
    as well or just windows 8 ?

  19. This is even easier to do.

    1. Turn on the computer.
    2. Wait until you are on winlogon screen (Where you enter your password)
    3. Hold the ‘Shift’ key and keep holding it then press the shutdown icon at
    the bottom right of the winlogon screen and then make sure it shuts down
    and you’re still holding it.
    4. Now it should boot up to the exact menu he had after going into recovery.
    5. Go on Advanced Options
    6. Command Prompt (If it asks for a password to access Command Prompt then
    leave it blank and press enter and boom it will send you to the CMD screen)
    7) Type in command prompt notepad.exe
    8) Press on your keyboard Ctrl + O and it should open up with my computer
    9) Go to This PC > Local Disk > Windows > System32
    10) Next to File Name > change it to All Files in the dropdown list
    11) Find sethc.exe and rename it to sethc1.exe
    12) Find cmd.exe and rename it to sethc.exe and reboot.

    ;)

  20. How did you made a copy of cmd

  21. can to teach me how to hack the password of wifi???

  22. 100% working thankssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

  23. This is the easiest way without a usb or whatever he said you needed:
    1. Turn on the computer.
    2. Wait until you are on winlogon screen (Where you enter your password)
    3. Hold the ‘Shift’ key and keep holding it then press the shutdown icon at
    the bottom right of the winlogon screen and then make sure it shuts down
    and you’re still holding it.
    4. Now it should boot up to the exact menu he had after going into recovery.
    5. Go on Advanced Options
    6. Command Prompt (If it asks for a password to access Command Prompt then
    leave it blank and press enter and boom it will send you to the CMD screen)

  24. I’ve got a friends computer which I installed Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate.
    My disk however is a multi-edition all in one and as I attempt to try this
    method on my own computer to check it works, when I click “Repair Computer”
    with the original disk, it takes me straight to System Recovery Options,
    rather than the menu Windows 8/8.1 was giving you. Any ideas on why that
    is?

  25. Thank a lot …. ><'

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