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Creating and Using a Password Reset Disk for a Computer That Is Not a Domain Member in Windows XP

 

This article describes how to create and use a password reset disk for a computer that is part of a workgroup, or that is not connected to a network. You can use a password reset disk to gain access to your Microsoft Windows XP-based computer if you forget your password.

Use a Computer Administrator Account

If you are logged on to the computer by using an administrator account, use the following steps to create a password reset disk for a user account:

  1. Click Start-->Control Panel.

  2. In Control Panel, click User Accounts.

  3. In the User Accounts pane, click the account that you want to work with.

  4. Under Related Tasks, click Prevent a forgotten password to start the Forgotten Password Wizard, and then click Next.

  5. Insert a blank, formatted disk into drive A, and then click Next.

  6. In the Current user account password box, type the password for the user account that you chose in step 3, and then click Next.

    NOTE: If the user account does not have a password, do not type a password into the Current user account password box.

    The Forgotten Password Wizard creates the disk.

  7. When the Progress bar reaches 100% complete, click Next, and then click Finish.

  8. Remove, and then label the password reset disk. Store the disk in a safe place.

 

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