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OS 10.5 - lepord install-password


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i just installed a new copy of lepord,,, i bought this computer off ebay...now , when i do a software update, it asks for password and user id,,,during the installl,,i did not put that info anywhere ..what do i do...is there a place i can put my user name and password
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Yes there is a place...create a new user account.

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The password may be nothing. So just put nothing in it and hit enter. You can change the password in your system preferences under accounts. If nothing is the password, you can always boot from your OS X disk and in the utilities menu bar, reset the password to whatever you want.
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Sorry, but the way you spell and type it's doubtful any password would do you any good.
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okay...i got it going so i could do the update,,software...thanks all
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"Sorry, but the way you spell and type it's doubtful any password would do you any good." should be "it's doubtful that".

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