if u have made reset disk like pen drive then u can use it for resetting ur password other wise do following
- Attempt to Login to Windows XP as the Administrator.
Since many people never set their administrator password, you may still
be able to get in to that account and reset your password. By default,
this will not be shown. To access this user do the following. At the
login screen where all the users are shown, press Ctrl-Alt-Del TWICE.
It will bring up the old style login like windows 98. At user type
"Administrator", leave password field empty and press enter to try and
If successful you have 3 choices to do this.
1: Right click on my computer and select "Manage". On the left side
select "local users and groups" and then "Users". Your login name will
appear in the right hand side. Right click on it and select "Set
Password". Fill in the fields or leave them empty. Apply it and your
2: Go to "control panel" and Select "User Accounts". In the window
select "change an account" and then select which user. From there you
select "Remove password" And, if it works, you're done. I have
encountered it before that it asks for the password before it will
3: Go to "Start", "Run". Type in "cmd" to bring up the command window. In the window type:
"net user *USERNAME* 1234"
"net user" Always in the beginning. After the word "user" is a space
and the user name. (NB) This does not work with user names which is
more than 1 word. Example 'user 1' would not work where 'User1' would
work. After the user name has been typed in there is another space and
then a new password where I typed 1234.
So... "net user *USERNAME* 1234"