Best 4 Ways to Reset HP 2000 Windows 10/8.1/8/7 Password without Disk
"All of a sudden my HP 2000 notebook PC won't boot and wants me to enter a password on boot up. Can someone help?"
-- from HP forum
It could happen to any of us every now and then. And it causes a lot of trouble if you forgot Windows login password. You can’t access and use the laptop that keeps all your important files and even login password for various accounts. Today, I want to share with you 4 ways regarding to HP 2000 notebook password reset for Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 without using Windows password reset disk.
After downloading and installation, launch the program and burn it to a blank USB or CD/DVD.
Boot your locked PC from the newly created USB or CD/DVD to reset HP 2000 Windows 10, 8 or 7 passwords.
Besides HP 2000 notebook, Windows Password Key could help you reset Windows login password on literally any Windows PC with on any Windows version.
NO 3. Reset HP 2000 Notebook Password with Safe Mode/Command Prompt
Using Command Prompt would be a little difficult and strange for some users. However, it’s a useful tool that could be needed very often.
Boot your laptop and keep holding F8 to enter Advanced Boot Options. We take Windows 7 as example here.
Choose Safe Mode with Command Prompt in the coming screen, and press Enter. Wait till the Windows login screen appears.
Log in with an administrator account or built-in administrator when you see login screen.
Command Prompt runs automatically. Type “net user” in the Command Prompt and press Enter to see how many user accounts in locked laptop.
You’ll get a list of all users. Choose one administrator to reset your forgotten password.
Now you are allowed to fill in a password, you can't see your typing but it is there.
You can login to your laptop with the new password after resetting password on HP 2000 laptop successfully.
NO 4. Reset HP 2000 Laptop Password by System Recovery (with HP Recovery Manager)
The system restore would probably delete your files and programs though it allows you to make a backup before restore. Think twice before you start. It’s a good choice if you can live without your existing files.
HP Recovery Manager is the program HP designed for restoring Windows system.
Turn on the computer and repeatedly press the F11 key, about once every second, until Recovery Manager opens.
Select "System Recovery" from the "I Need Help Immediately" section in the left pane. Click "Back Up Your Files (Recommended)" and select "Next."
Choose files to back up and click "Next." Connect an external drive to the laptop or insert a blank disc into the optical drive.
Select the drive letter associated with the optical or USB drive, and then click "Next."
When the backup process completes, press “Next”. Recovery Manager will restore the HP computer to its original state. Click "Finish."
You can now set your laptop as new and reset Windows login password.