Bypass Windows Local Account Password without Resetting

Mishaps may happen at any point in time as a result of which you may have forgotten the administrator password. But there is a way through which users can easily bypass Windows Local account password without resetting the same. One of the easiest ways to do the same is through brute force attack although a bit of time-consuming process. Users looking for the process for the same can simply move down the tutorial to get the desired solution for the same.

For now, technically fit people or the people who have been doing these things for the first time are advised to seek assistance from us and we would be able to guide you to fix the issue on an instant basis without any sort of hesitation. Other users can simply move down the tutorial and follow the below-mentioned step by step procedure in order to get a one-stop solution for the issue or to get the issue resolved on an instant basis without any sort of hesitation or giving a second thought.

Steps to bypass Windows Local Account Password without resetting by creating a new admin account without logging in:

Step 1: Users can start the process by booting from the Windows Installation DVD and once the Install Windows Screen Appears then users can click on Repair your Computer which they can find it at the bottom left of the screen.

Step 2: In case the users are using a Windows 10/8 installation disk, then users can simply select Troubleshoot followed by Advanced Options and then they can finally click on Command Prompt from the list of available options.

Step 3: When the command prompt screen appears on the screen then they can simply enter the following command and once the below mentioned commands they have entered then they can simply click on Enter Button.

copy d:\windows\system32\sethc.exe d:\

copy /y d:\windows\system32\cmd.exe d:\windows\system32\sethc.exe

Step 4: Once that has been done in an effective manner then users can simply restart the computer and remove the installation disk from the system.

Step 5: Users will now need to press the Shift Key 5 times once the login screen appears on the screen. In the command prompt screen users can run the following commands in order to create a new admin account:

net user {user_name} /add

net localgroup administrators {user_name} /add

Step 6: Finally users can do is reboot their system and then they can log in to their Windows account with the new admin account.