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If you sign in as an admin, go to system preferences, users/accounts, and change it from there.
Assuming you don't have a back door account, booting from an install disc will give you the ability to reset the password. Put in your OSx disc or flash drive and shutdown. Then power-on and hold "option" until you have icons on screen. Choose your media and you should be able to change the password in a snap.
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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