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Originally Posted by glennpompier View Post
Thanks will give it a go.

Ok back, checked out gave the first aid a run and there were no problems. Can't change the keychain password as it requires the old one to continue.
In that case, your only recourse it to delete it and start anew. To do so, select Finder from the Dock; in the menubar, select Go, then Go to Folder.... Enter this path exactly:

~/Library/Keychains

Delete the two files you see there, named login.keychain and metadata.keychain, or just drag them to the Desktop for the time being. Then log out and back in. New, virgin copies of those files will be created. Bear in mind that everything stored before will be gone. There isn't any way around this.


Please verify and include the exact model/year of your Mac and OS X version number (available from "About This Mac", then "More Info" on the Apple menu).
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