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Hey guys. I have a problem with the KEYCHAIN. My ibook was recently stolen and I recovered a total novel check the post "stolen ibook". Now im having problems with the keychain. I know it should be the same u use for ur username but i put the password in and it says "INCORRECT PASSWORD" i tried changing the username password so it will change the keychain password automatically but still doesnt work, i have tried all the pisble password but they dont work. That crap keeps asking me for the keychain password everytime i try to go to a website or log in to msn messenger.

ANY SOLUTIONS ?
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Since I have not used it, can you turn it off?

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how can u turn it off
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After looking at it, I don't see how to turn if off. You can try deleting the com.apple.keychainaccess.plist file. which is located: OS X -> Users -> user-name -> Library -> Preferences. By removing that file, I believe it will reset things, to a clean slate.

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Do you have the master password in System preferences> Security?
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have you tried repairing permissions?
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