Use computer constantly and have a ton of passwords to remember? Forgot your Windows password and need it back so that you could have access to important files or computer accounts? Many people wonder if there is a way to recover Windows password quickly and easily. In this article we will explain how to use Ophcrack to crack Windows password.
Ophcrack LiveCD V3.4.0 is a free Windows password recovery tool that could recover lost Windows 7/Vista/XP password, a Windows password cracker based on rainbow tables. Meanwhile we highly recommend you an alternative rick free Windows password recovery tool – Windows Password Recovery which also allows you to recover Windows password with a USB flash drive if you can't find an empty CD/DVD.
To give you a better understanding of Ophcrack LiveCD, we will show you how to do Windows password recovery free with Ophcrack.
However in this step many have had "No Tables Found" problem. In this case you might find some help from yahoo answer. You could see through the answers and see if there is one that could help you.
Ophcrack is, to some degree, best designed for computer geek. For ordinary users it's better to choose an easy-to-use tool alternative of the above free Windows password recovery tool, Windows Password Recovery which could also help us recover Windows password might also be a good choice. Different from Ophcrack LiveCD, users could not only use a disk to burn the ISO image for booting Windows, but also use a USB flash drive to burn the ISO image to, which is more convenient.
Like the above picture shows, the user-friendly interface makes Windows password recovery extremely easy, even a computer newbie could manage to crack Windows password with Windows Password Recovery. Besides recover Windows passwords, Windows Password Recovery enables users to change Windows password, create a new Windows account and remove Windows accounts as well. You can free download Windows Password Recovery and have a try.
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