I am in a confusion whether to put this information in my blog or not. Because it can be used for both good and bad cause.
Promise me that, you will use it for good cause.
Whenever you forgot the admin password in Windows [XP, Vista, 7] any version, you can take backup of your files by using any of the Live CD/DVDs [Ex: Ubuntu Live CD, Which I always prefer to use].
Without using the Live CD/DVD and if you wants to login to your computer there is a possibility but for limited Operating Systems by using Kon-Boot.
As per Kon-boot free version, it will support only 32-bit edition operating systems (Windows XP, Vista, Server 2003/08).
The free version doesn't support 64-bit versions and Windows 7 (32bit/64bit).
- Download the free version of Kon-Boot utility from here http://www.piotrbania.com/all/kon-boot/index2.html#free
- Direct Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?e51u3rce5a5c0mn
- Extract the zip file with the password kon-boot
- Extract the CD-konboot-v1.1-2in1 zip file
- Open the CD-konboot-v1.1-2in1 folder
- You will find the CD-konboot-v1.1-2in1.iso
- Make your Pendrive as bootable with this iso (or) burn the iso to a CD
- To make your pendrive as a bootable disk, please follow any one of the methods
- You can use the utilities unetbootin or any bootable utility for pendrive
- Follow this link for more details http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/kon-boot-from-usb
- Boot to your pendrive by adjusting the BIOS boot order settings or One time boot menu at the boot time
- It will show you the Kon-Boot screen
- Press any key to get out of the starting screen of Kon-Boot
- Now it will show you the Kryptos Logic Screen
- It will automatically bypasses the existing operating system
- In my system, it automatically booted to the harddisk partition
- If not, you please select the desired partition to boot for the next time
- Thats it, now you without entering the password you can login into your system
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