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Filevault Sparseimage - how to open with master pw?

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unfortunately, my filevault got so messed up that it created a sparseimage within my home folder. another bad thing is that i dont know the password anymore (i quickly changed it before my vacation, and now i dont remember).
however, i do know my master password.
is there any way i can open my sparseimage with the master pw? or retrieve the normal pw by the masterpw?
thanks guys,

ps: i'm using mac os x 10.3.9.
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