How to use your pendrive as computer password….?

Posted: January 22, 2015 in hacking

Many Hackers easily change the password for administrator account and threaten your files. It will protected by creating the password disk using your pen drive.

Use pen drive as computer password without typing in Logon screen. Just insert your pendrive and Login the computer. Its very helpful to secure the PC.

Simply follow the below steps.

  1. Insert your pen drive.
  2. Open the Run window by pressing ‘winkey+R’.
  3. Type ‘compmgmt.msc’ and click OK button.
  4. Computer Management Dialog box appears on the screen.
  5. Choose ‘Disk Management’ in left panel of computer management.
  6. Right click your pen drive and select ‘Change Drive Letter and Paths’.
  7. Click the change button and Change Drive Letter or Path dialog box appears.
  8. Choose ‘A’ and click OK button. Now your pen drive act like a Floppy Disks.
  9. Open the Run window by pressing ‘winkey+R’.
  10. Type ‘syskey’ and click OK button.
  11. Securing the Windows Account Database dialog box appears on the screen.
  12. Click the Update button and Start up Key dialog box appears
  13. Select ‘Store Startup Key on Floppy Disk’ and click OK button.

Now onwards you will be Logon by insert your pen drive and enter your password. If your pen drive is missing, creating a problems to logon, so be safe your pen drive. Otherwise without pen drive you also create a Password Startup.

Just select the ‘ Password Startup’ in Startup key dialog box and enter the password .

Now you log on with the password startup without using pen drive.

have funNN

by:-shubham

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