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iBook - iBook Firmware Password reset?

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I lost all of my ibook info in a move, and set a firmware password so long ago I have no clue what it is. I am running a iBook G4 with Tiger. How do I go about either reseting the firmware password, or just even the whole entire computer being completely reseted? Also is there anything like an internal reset swith inside the iBook that exists? Thanks any help would be great.
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