Forgot Windows XP Password - How to Change Windows XP Password
If you forgot your Windows XP password, there are a few ways you can change it. One way is to use a password reset disk. If you created a password reset disk in the past, you can use it to change your password now.If you don't have a password reset disk, you can change your password by using the Safe Mode feature in Windows XP. To do this, restart your computer, and then press F8 before Windows XP starts to load. This will take you to the Advanced Boot Options menu. From here, select Safe Mode, and then press Enter.Once you're in Safe Mode, log in with the administrator account. Once you're logged in, click on Start, then Control Panel. In the Control Panel, double-click on User Accounts.In the User Accounts window, select the account that you want to change the password for, and then click on Change the password.In the Change Password window, enter your new password, and then click on Change Password.If you don't have an administrator account, or if you can't get into Safe Mode, you can use a program like Kon-Boot to change your password. Kon-Boot is a program that allows you to login to Windows without knowing the password.Once you've downloaded and installed Kon-Boot, restart your computer, and then insert the Kon-Boot CD. When the Kon-Boot menu appears, select the Windows XP option, and then press Enter.Kon-Boot will now bypass the Windows XP password, and you'll be able to login to Windows. Once you're logged in, you can change your password by going to Start, then Control Panel, and then User Accounts.If you forgot your Windows XP password and you don't have a password reset disk or an administrator account, you can use Kon-Boot to change your password. Kon-Boot is a program that allows you to login to Windows without knowing the password.