How do I recover windows 7 password without CD F8not working

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How do I go by recover my windows 7 password after factory reset without f8 or floppy disk on Dell studio1749
 

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What "windows 7 password"?

There is seldom any password set on a new computer, but if there is it will be the same after "factory reset" and will be in the documentation.
 
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If it has a place for a password after you have done a "factory reset" you don't put anything in it and hit enter and it should go on. If password is enabled in the Bios, that's a different thing.
 
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A "Bios" paswword.And yes,it's an actual thing.However,im pretty sure according to the rules here,we can not help .
 

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There are ways to change windows passwords if you forgot it but that is something we cannot assist here. You would need to contact a local repair shop.
 

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The OP has not returned since April 27th so no point in guessing the problem.
 
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How do I go by recover my windows 7 password after factory reset without f8 or floppy disk on Dell studio1749
Boot up your computer. I assume it displays a blank screen or screensaver. Then press the exit button on the computer and hold it until it powers down and is disconnected. Boot up again, it should display START WINDOWS NORMALLY. Select START WINDOWS IN SAFE MODE instead. You can remove a password and choose a new one from the options given. Hope this helps. You can then log off and boot up again normally.
 
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