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I have a Powermac G5 OS Leopard 10.8.5. I made the mistake of putting a password before I shut down. When I rebooted, it asked for name and password and I am not able to get in. Can anyone help with this? I tried using the command +s at startup and the other commands but couldn't have any luck.
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