That's it... you've just completed the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor password removal process.
In the next step, you'll finally get to logon to Windows without entering a password!
Note: If you receive a "job control turned off" or a "can't access tty" error, don't worry. As long as the EDIT COMPLETE confirmation message was posted to the screen after you confirmed the password reset changes then your Windows password was successfully reset. You should still be able to see the confirmation on the screen at this point.
Remove the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor disc from your optical drive and then manually restart your computer.
Note: If you do not remove the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor disc before you restart, your computer will likely boot from the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor disc instead of your hard drive. If that happens, just remove the disc and restart manually.
Did Offline NT Password & Registry Editor Fail to Remove Your Password?
Offline NT Password & Registry Editor may not work in all situations. If it didn't do the trick, just try another free Windows password recovery tool. These programs all work differently so if ONTP&RE didn't work for some reason, another program might still work fine.
You might also want to check out my Windows Password Recovery Programs FAQ page if you need some help.