If you've forgotten your Windows 7 password, there's no need to worry. You can easily reset it using the Command Prompt. In this article, we'll show you how to do it.First, you'll need to boot into your computer with a Windows 7 installation disc. Once you've done that, open the Command Prompt and type in the following commands:cd\net userThis will show you a list of all the users on your computer. Find the one that you want to reset the password for and type in the following command:net user [username] *Replace [username] with the actual username of the account you want to reset. This will prompt you to enter a new password for the account. Type in your new password and hit Enter.You should now be able to log into your account with the new password. If you're still having trouble, you can try using a program like Kon-Boot to bypass the password altogether.Kon-Boot is a program that allows you to log into your account without needing a password. It's a great solution if you've forgotten your password and can't seem to remember it.To use Kon-Boot, you'll first need to download the program from their website. Once you've done that, burn the ISO file to a blank CD or USB drive.Boot from the CD or USB drive and follow the instructions on the screen. Kon-Boot will then allow you to log into your account without needing a password.If you're still having trouble resetting your password, you can always contact Microsoft support for help.