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MacBook - Open Firmware wont reset.

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My open firmware password wont reset.

I tried the method of removing some ram and yes i did it correctly plenty of times and got nothing.

then i also opened the whole intire computer and disconnected the battery and also got nothing.

also right now the system has no O/S so i am not sure what to do from here. I cant use any boot commands or anything.

This is the MacBook with the intel.
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