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Yahoo password rejection

I tried to open my Yahoo account on my new laptop, but it wouldn't accept the password. I registered a new account, and password, but it didn't recognize that. I changed the password again, but none of them work. I keep getting "password rejected" messages. Oddly enough, the account works just fine on my PC!

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    My wife and I have a few accounts on itunes and they are all old we want to make one account but still be able to keep our purchased music. We don't know the passwords and emails they were sent to don't even have anymore

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Possible problems: One of your keys is nonfunctioning Your browser isn't up to date
For the key functioning, do a test of every key on your keyboard to make sure they all work.
For your browser, make sure that you're running the latest version of Safari. (Run Software Update by clicking on the Apple icon in the top left, then "Software Update...")
If all of your keys work, Safari is up to date, and you still have an issue - try running a different browser. You can pick up Firefox at http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/ or getfirefox.com

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