Resetting Password in Toshiba® Satellite A500
Do you want to reset the password in Toshiba Satellite A500 laptop?
One possible reason for resetting the password is that you may forget it. Another reason may be security problem. When an intruder has hacked your password and access your account you have to reset the password. Even if it is not hacked you should reset the password frequently to avoid the chance of hacking. It is important that you use a complex password to avoid the intruder from guessing and access your computer or account. There are various options for resetting the password in Toshiba Satellite A500 laptop. Toshiba Satellite A500 laptop comes with a backlit keyboard, Intel Core processor and Windows Vista Operating System. It uses a 4 GB memory and 400 GB hard drive space. It has a touchpad pointing device with multi-touch control.
Following are the tips for resetting the password in Toshiba Satellite A500 laptop:
- Password recovery tool
- User with administrator rights
- Through Safe Mode
Password recovery tool
One method for resetting the password in Toshiba Satellite A500 laptop is the use of password recovery tool. You can use Active@ password changer. This tool can easily find the registry key related to your password and provides you with the option of removing the password from other user accounts. Other tools like Emergency Boot CD and Spotmau password finder also helps to reset the password.
User with administrator rights
The most efficient method for resetting password is to work with an administrator user. An administrator user can change the passwords for other users also. If you know the administrator user password, you can easily change the password of other accounts by using administrator privileges.
To reset the password you can try to boot your Toshiba Satellite A500 laptop in ‘Safe Mode’. You can do this by pressing ‘F8’ while booting your computer. When it is in ‘Safe Mode’, you can enter the ‘Control Panel’ and reset the password or else can open up a command prompt through ‘Run’ and typing ‘cmd’.