After the initial startup of your computer is complete, as shown in the previous step, the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor menu shown above should display on screen.
Press ENTER at the boot: prompt, shown above.
Don't See This Screen?
If Windows started, you see an error message, or you see a blank screen for longer than a few minutes, then something went wrong. If you see anything other than the message shown above then Offline NT Password & Registry Editor did not start correctly and will not remove/reset your password.
Are You Booting to the Disc Correctly?: The most likely reason that Offline NT Password & Registry Editor might not be working properly is because your computer is not configured to boot from the disc you burned. Don't worry, it's an easy fix.
After that, go back to Step 4 and try booting to the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor disc again. You can continue to follow this tutorial from there.
Did You Burn the ISO File Correctly?: The second most likely reason that the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor disc isn't working is because the ISO file was not burned properly. ISO files are special kinds of files and have to burned differently than you may have burned music or other files. Go back to Step 3 and try burning the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor ISO file again.