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When you are locked out of a Windows computer, a Windows password recovery tool will help you reset or remove the password. To get started, you need to install Windows Password Recovery Tool software to another Windows or Mac computer that you can access to and create a boot disk. Here you can download a demo version of our Windows Password Recovery Tool.

How to Boot a Mac from CD/DVD or USB Flash Drive

If you install Windows on your Mac and forget the Windows login password, you can recover the Windows password with a Windows password reset CD/DVD/USB disk. This tutorial will tell how to set up Mac and start the MacBook, Mac Air/Pro up from external storage like CD/DVD or USB based flash drive or hard drive.

Part 1. What You Need:

Starting up your Mac from an external disk requires the following:

  • Intel-based Mac with Windows Operating System
  • Bootable CD or DVD on Macs equipped with Apple’s Super Drive or a USB drive
Part 2. Boot Mac from USB Flash Drive
Step 1.Power on your Mac, then hold down the Option key for a while as the Mac boots up, then you will see a boot screen then you will see a boot screen lists out all the boot choices.
Step 2.Navigate to the USB icon using the arrow key or your mouse and double-click the Return Key to boot your Mac from the selected USB flash drive.
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Part 3. Boot Mac from CD/DVD
Step 1.First of all, insert your CD/DVD into the drive, then turn on your Mac by pressing the power button.
Step 2.Press and hold the C key or Option key on your keyboard immediately upon hearing the startup chime. Select the CD/DVD icon, then your Mac will start up from the CD/DVD media.

Video Tutorial to Boot A Mac from USB or CD/DVD Drive