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Resetting Your Password You can reset your administrator password and passwords for all other accounts. To reset your password, using a partner computer and Remote Install Mac OS X:
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Access Free Yahoo! Mail with Mac OS X Mail Using POP Over MacFreePOPs

To set up access to a free Yahoo! Mail account in Mac OS X Mail:

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1) boot into single user mode (boot holding Apple + S)
2) type "fsck -y" and hit enter/return
3) repeat step 2 until it says that "The volume [your hard drive name] appears to be OK"
4) type "mount -uw /" and hit enter/return (this mounts the hard drive)
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7) enter your password, and hit enter (you won't see it typing)
8) verify your password, and hit enter (again, you won't see it being typed)
9) type "reboot" and hit enter

Your password will now be what you just set it to. Depending on how your friend changed your password, you may have trouble getting into your keychain, because it will still be what he/she changed it to, but at least you'll have access to your computer.

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I have a used iBook Mac OS X and I don't know the admin password.


Insert the Mac Os x Operating system disk in the cd rom drive and switch off the system.Then press " C " key and power on the system.The system will boot from installation media. After booting , the first screen will appear as language selection.click continue.On the next scree look on top you can see a option named "UTILITY" click on that and u will find a option "RESET PASSWORD" . Select the user name of which you want to reset the password and then change the password and save and quit the instellar .Issue solved.Logging with new password and Njoy using Mac.
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  1. i found this floating around, hope it helps, let me know please
Start up from a Mac OS X Install CD (one whose version is closest the the version of Mac OS X installed). You should first disable Open Firmware password protection, if it is enabled. Hold the C key as the computer starts.
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