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I searched and as far as I can tell there is no @ symbol on the French keyboard. But here's what you can do: Boot your Mac from your original install recovery DVD. When the install information comes up, select English (Australian English as the language of choice). Then, instead of installing, select the top menu item Utilities. Choose to change your password but instead of a new password, use a null (carriage return). Reboot your computer. It should now allow you to get in without a password and from there you can switch the keyboard back to Australian English.
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