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HOW TO RECOVER YOUR LOST/FORGOTTEN PC PASSWORD EASILY USING ACTIVE@ PASSWORD CHA

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Active@ Password Changer is designed for resetting PC local administrator and user passwords in case an Administrator's ­ password is forgotten or lost. You do not need to Format / re-install or re-configure the operating system.

With Active@ Password Changer you can log in as a particular user with a blank password whenever you Forget your PC Password.

Download Active@ Password Changer Here [10.4 MB]
Main Features of Active@ Password Changer
  • Recovers passwords from multiple partitions and hard diskdrives
  • Detects and displays all Microsoft Security Databases (SAM)
  • Displays all local users
  • Displays full account information for any local user
  • Resets administrator's ­/user's password
  • Resets "User is Disabled" flag
  • Disable Force Smart Card Login
  • Can run from bootable floppy, CD or USB Flash

  • Windows Bootable Disk Creator Allows to create bootable disks indifferent format - CD/DVD/ ­Blu-ray, USB-flash or simply an ISO image
  • Ability to change (set or clear) user's account flags: "User must change password at next logon","Password never expires","Account is disabled","Acco ­unt islocked out"
  • Ability to manage logon time (Permitted logon hours) for a local user
  • Supports FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 file systems
  • Supports large hard disk drives (even greater than 200GB)
  • Supports IDE ATA SATA & SCSI hard disk drives
  • Old operations systems supported: DOS version for MS-DOS, PC-DOS, DR-DOS, FreeDOS,OpenDOS ­ and Windows version for Windows 95 / 98 / ME.






 


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