How to burn a Windows password recovery CD
Download Lazesoft Recover My Password and install it in any available computer, and then start its Bootable Media builder.
On 'Lazesoft Bootable Media builder' welcome page, click <Next> to continue.
Home Edition of Lazesoft Recovery My Passowrd is free. For other editions, if the Lazesoft Recovery My Passowrd is not full version or unregistered, register page will be displayed.
Input your user name and serial number in your purchase information. If you have not purchased the full version, please click <Buy Now> to order online and get a full license.
(For Server and Unlimited Edition, you can both create linux-base and WinPE based CD.) Choose type of recovery CD you want to create. We recommend you create a WinPE CD first. If the Windows Volume or disk is not recognised or the CD does not boot correctly and do not know how to load a drivr for you hard disk, please contact us. We provide free technical support.
Insert a writable CD into the CD/DVD drive, and then click the "Next" button to start burning Lazesoft Recover My Password ISO image file to the CD.
When bootable CD is burning, please wait for a few minutes. After the burning task is completed, click "Next".
On the finish page, the new burned Lazesoft CD is ready and you can use it to reset your lost Windows administrator password to blank now.
You can also use a CD/DVD burn tool to burn Lazesoft Recover My Password ISO on a CD.
Lazesoft Recovery Suite is easy to use, powerful boot disk design to Recover Data, Recover crashed Windows System, Recover Windows Password, Clone or Backup Disk, etc.
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