How to Create a password reset disk in Windows 7

This tutorial will explain How to Create a password reset disk in Windows 7.A Windows 7 password reset disk could really come in handy if you ever forget your account password. With it, you can easily reset your Windows 7 password and get right in to your PC.
Procedure to follow

1. Click Start Menu and choose Control Panel.

2. Select User Accounts and Family Safety.

3. Select User Accounts.

4. From the left-side panel click Create a password reset disk.

Note: If NO USB-stick is connected an error message will appear.“No Drive: This feature requires removable media, such as a floppy disk or USB flash drive. Please insert a floppy disk or connect a USB flash drive,
and then try again”.

5. Forgotten Password Wizard will start.

6. Click Next.

7. Choose a drive to store the password key file on.

8. Click Next.

9. Enter the current user account password and click Next.

10. The password will be stored on the disk and a progress will be reporting the current status. Click Next.

11. Click Finish.
12. That’s it.

How to Fix ‘BOOTMGR is missing” Error in Windows 7

This tutorial will explain How to Fix ‘BOOTMGR is missing” Error in Windows 7

Procedure to follow
1.) Boot from “WINDOWS 7″ DVD;

2.) Select “Repair computer”;

3.) Select “Cancel” to exit the repair wizard;

4.) You will now get a screen which displays ‘command prompt’,'system restore’,'memory diagnostics’,etc……

5.) Select “command prompt”;

6.) Type your “DVD-DRIVE LETTER” in command prompt, press ENTER;

7.) Now if your Windows 7 is installed in C drive, type “copy bootmgr c:\” without codes, press ENTER;

8.) After successful copy type “exit” without codes, press ENTER;

9.) Reboot computer;

10.) Select “start windows normally”;

This should solve your problem.

Unattended Install in Windows XP

Create a bootable CD-ROM that will install Windows XP unattended. Setup Manager on the Windows XP CD will be used to create an answer file

When installing multiple PCs it is easier to set up an unattended installation and burn a bootable CD. Then to answer each prompt during a manual installation.

1. Extract Setup Manager(Setupmgr.*) from \Support\Tools\Deploy.Cab on your Windows XP CD.

2. Run Setupmgr.exe

3. Setup Manager will generate files based on your answers.

4. Create a directory for your modified Windows XP install. For example, C:\NEWXP

5. Copy your original Windows XP CD into this directory preserving the directory structure of the CD.

6. Copy the files generated by Setup Manager to C:\NEWXP.

7. Modify autorun.inf to run your unattended setup of Windows XP and not the default.

8. Burn bootable CD.