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Bypass Windows 10 Password on Dell Latitude with USB

Is there any way to bypass a forgotten password on a Dell Latitude laptop? Unable to boot your laptop from Windows password recovery USB? Dell Latitude only supports booting to UEFI images, so we have to use password-reset utility with UEFI support. PCUnlocker is one of the best tools that can boot all the latest UEFI secure boot systems and let you bypass Windows 10 password on Dell Latitude with a USB drive.

1Create a UEFI Bootable PCUnlocker USB Stick

  1. Download the 64-bit version of PCUnlocker Enterprise(trial version). Once downloaded, extract the archive's contents (pcunlocker.iso, ReadMe.txt) into your desktop or elsewhere.

    PCUnlocker ISO file

  2. Download and run the bootable USB creation tool - ISO2Disc. Click the Browse button to select the pcunlocker.iso file you extracted above. Choose "Burn to USB Flash Drive" and select the "GPT (required for UEFI boot)" partition style, then click Start Burn.

    Create PCUnlocker Live USB

  3. After the burning completes, the USB drive is ready to boot Dell Latitude laptop in UEFI mode.

2Boot Dell Latitude Laptop with USB

  1. Insert the PCUnlocker USB stick into your Dell Inspiron laptop. While turning on the machine, quickly and repeatedly press F12 key to bring up the one-time boot menu.

  2. Select USB drive that you want to boot from, and press Enter.

3Bypass Windows 10 Password

  1. As the laptop boots up from USB stick, you'll see the PCUnlocker program launch. Select the user account you want to modify, and click on the Reset Password button.

    Reset Windows Password

  2. Click on the Restart button to exit the PCUnlocker utility and remove the USB. You can now log in to Windows 10 without a password!

When you need to bypass Windows password on an old Dell Latitude laptop with traditional BIOS, make sure you create the PCUnlocker USB drive with legacy bootloader instead of UEFI bootloader.

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