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I installed an upgrade to Final Cut Express 4.0. While doing the install and being prompted to enter admins password, the computer would not allow me to enter any numbers.
I rebooted the MacBook Pro and now all I get is a blue screen with an Apple and a spinning gear.
Any solutions?
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