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Help! Is there anyway to "unlock" your mac once you have used the wrong password one too many times?? I set up the password to keep the kids off the computer and then they froze my computer by typing in the wrong password. It won't do anything or let me enter another password. Do I need to take it in to be fixed and can it be fixed?? Thanks for any advice.......
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