Reset Win 7 Admin password

user has forgotten his admin password.

I did it before years and years using a CD years ago ...

How to do it?

Thanks
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rindiCommented:
Boot the PC using the UBCD. It includes a tool called "Offline NT password resetting and Registry editing tool".

With it you can reset passwords on Windows OS's:

http://mirror.sysadminguide.net/ubcd/ubcd535.iso
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Michael-BestCommented:
Boot off the Windows disk and select the “Repair your computer”

The steps are many and detailed in this link:
http://www.howtogeek.com/96630/how-to-reset-your-forgotten-windows-password-the-easy-way/
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CheckThe LogsCommented:
Google "Kon-Boot" this tool works great to gain access to a Windows user account and you can then change the password. It will not tell you the password will just allow you to login with any user account on that machine, just boot from the USB or CD you create and it will load into Kon Boot then load into Windows like normal. As long as you know the user name, enter it and leave the password blank and login. :-)
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Michael-BestCommented:
@ rindi
"I have deleted 2 comments that suggest using a CD which includes pirated software, and so it isn't allowed on this site."
And we now all now what CD the OP had used and that the 2 comments that suggest using that CD which includes pirated software is, and  thus cannot be named on EE...
What better advertising for the banned CD could the author ever hope for? :)

To better serve EE better try posting: Quote:  " All non EE compliant links /references , and comments have been deleted  from this post"
I sometimes like to be politically correct...puke...
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rindiCommented:
How do you know what that CD is? It's name was only visible before the comments were deleted...
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Michael-BestCommented:
@ rindi
It is well a known  illegal boot CD that has had its reference deleted numerous times on EE
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