Please insert CD #1 in the CD reader and restart your computer.

You should see a loading screen like the following:

If you do not see the screen shown above, you should restart again your computer and press F2 during boot up. Most computers will start the BIOS setup program. If not, the appropriate key combination should be read from the screen and pressed during the next reboot.
In BIOS setup mode the change necessary is to ensure that the boot sequence includes the CD device before the Hard Drive.

Most likely you will see a screen similar to the next screen, which shows sample accounts. Your screen will be different. It will provide the first piece of information, respectively, the user account names existing on the computer.
On this sample screen you can see three accounts created to test the program. One account uses a very simple password, "easypass". The other uses a strong password, and the third is a password over 14 characters long.

Once your computer finishes booting up (it may seem like it's stuck at first - it's not, so be patient), you'll see a list of all of the accounts on your PC. Click on Launch to get crackin'. It the example on the screen the accounts we're concerned with are the ones labeled adam (the simple password), adam-medium (the strong password), and adam-15chars (the over 14 character password). As you can see, the 15-character password doesn't even show up - meaning that if you want to secure yourself from this specific tool, you'll be totally safe if your password is over 14 characters.

As the program starts working, you'll see several strange letter combinations appearing in the LMpasswd1 and LMpasswd2 fields as the program works its magic.

After a few minutes, the program had cracked adam's simple password, "easypass".

After about 30 minutes, the program had finished its cracking attempts.