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    Default fogotten password
    ok i just bought a macbook off my cousin since most of you guys here are mac heads but he doesnt remember the password so is there anyway around this?

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    use the restore discs that came with it and change password.

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    damn! no disc with it cousin hasnt a clue.more money then sense he has the feather head.
    the only way now is to buy a copy of osx and reformat is it?

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    Leopard you'll be happy with it

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    sound chuck thanks a mill,this will be my first time using a mac so looking forward to new things,up until i got the iphone i used to not think much of macs and apple but now a whole new view on it!

    ok got my hands on leopard but nothing happens when i put the cd in still on the password screen.
    any ideas guys?
    Last edited by coiledserpent; 2007-12-08 at 03:54 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Hold the C key down on boot. Make sure the Leopard Disk is in the drive.

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    Hold the C key down on boot. Make sure the Leopard Disk is in the drive.
    Thanks

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    thanks bud,sorry total mac noob hahaha

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    No worries Welcome to the Mac family.

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    Yeah Macs Rock

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