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Title: How to reset windows 10 password from BIOS?

How to reset windows 10 password from BIOS
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  • Use the Password Reset Tool for Microsoft Live
  • Create a New User to Save Account Files

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Use the Password Reset Tool for Microsoft Live
  • The first (and most obvious) solution available
    from the outset is to use the standard password
    reset function available at Microsofts password
    reset website.
  • There youll find three choices, and for this
    particular case, youll want to follow the I
    Forgot My Password selection if youre
    attempting to recover any accounts that are tied
    to your online identity.
  • Once you make it through these steps, youll be
    greeted with the generally familiar recovery
    process that most major companies will use when
    attempting to verify that you really are who you
    say you are.
  • If youve registered an external email or a
    cellphone number with your account, you can
    receive a code which will pop your account open
    without any extra hassle.

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Create a New User to Save Account Files
  • If none of this works, theres another measure
    you can take which will (in a very roundabout
    way), allow you to regain access to your
  • First, start by booting your Windows 10
    installation into the setup by changing the boot
    order in your BIOS to take priority with the CD,
    or use the ISO as a startup disk instead.
  • Once the setup begins, hit ShiftF10.
  • This will bring up a command prompt. From here,
    were going to use the command prompt to replace
    the Utility Manager at the login screen with
    cmd.exe with the following commands
  • - move d\windows\system32\utilman.exe

  • - copy d\windows\system32\cmd.exe

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  • Once this is complete, use the command wpeutil
    reboot to restart the machine.
  • After youre back at the login screen, click the
    Utility Manager. If everything went right, you
    should see a cmd.exe launch
  • This is the prompt youll use to create a new
    administrative user from the login screen. Type
    in the following commands, replacing ltusernamegt
    with the name youd like to assign to the new
    account (no carrots).
  • - net user ltusernamegt /add
  • - net localgroup administrators ltusernamegt /add

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  • Click in here, and enter your fresh desktop. From
    the desktop, right click the Start menu in the
    bottom-left hand corner, and select Computer
  • Navigate to Local Users and Groups, scroll down
    to the affected account, and right-click. Choose
    the Set Password option, and choose a new set
    of credentials to regain access to your locked
  • It should be noted that this method will only
    work to fully recover accounts that are
    designated to sign on locally. If you need to get
    your Microsoft Live account password back, youll
    have to retrieve it through the online forms
    mentioned above
  • That said, if the online recovery service doesnt
    work, you will still be able to access any
    important files or folders that may have been
    locked up in that account by going into C\Users,
    and clicking on its associated folder..

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