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OS 10.4 - Password Problem


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I have my HD encrypted and changed the password to a blank one so no password would be required so someon could use my PowerBook.

I tried to put my password back in and it won't work.

I leave current password blank and put the new one in and it says wrong password.

I put the old password in and the new one and allows it, but when the password prompt comes back up its still wont take the password, and will only work if blank.

Any thoughts?
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