I Forgot the Password, How to Bypass the Windows XP Password

I have a computer that installed Windows XP. Since I haven't used it for a long time, I have totally forgotten the login username and password. Is there any way to bypass the Windows XP password?

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Roxanne· Answered on Jan 31, 2024

If you are already locked out from your Windows XP computer, the normal ways cannot help you out. In this case, you need a solid password reset tool - EaseUS Partition Master Professional. This password reset tool can help users effortlessly bypass and remove Windows login passwords. It's highly compatible with all Windows versions.

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Note: Make sure you have another healthy computer and an empty USB.

Step 1. Attach the USB to the running computer. After installing EaseUS Partition Master, select "Toolkit" > "Password Reset."

Step 2. View and confirm the attention message by choosing "Create."

Step 3. Locate the prepared USB and click "Create" > "Finish."

Step 4. Then, connect the password reset USB to the locked Windows XP computer and restart. Let this device boot from it.

Step 5. Run EaseUS Partition Master in the WinPE and launch "Password Reset." Select the Windows XP account and check "Reset & Unlock."

Step 6. Select "Confirm" after receiving a prompt.

For additional details, check the full guidelines here:

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