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OS 10.3 - New upgrade, still no passwords...


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Well i bought panther for my ibook on ebay. and i got it today. It says its upgrading, but i dont know either of the login passwords. so when its done upgrading am i going to have to boot from the disk again and try and change the password? If so how?

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A search in M-F using the words reset+password will bring in a truckload of hits 'cause there is a truckload of threads where this has been discussed before...
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ok thanks mhc...

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No prob, man! There should a be plenty of links that take you to the same Apple How To on resetting the password.
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