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Hello, what type of computer did you forget this password *****? And which password ***** ***** specifically?
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Restart your computer; press the Command and R keys at the same time when the grey screen appears and hold them until you see the Apple logo.
Click the Utilities tab in the top menu bar, select Terminal, type resetpassword and press Enter. Close out the Terminal window and behind it you will find the Reset Password *****. Select the user account you want to reset, enter a new password ***** leave it blank and click Save.
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Restart the Mac holding down the Command+S keys, this will take you into Single User Mode and it’s Terminal interface
You’ll need to check the filesystem first:
Next, you must mount the root drive as writeable so that changes will save:
mount -uw /
Now, type the following command exactly, followed by the enter key:
rm /var/db/.applesetupdone ( :/ root# ***** /var/db//.applesetupdone )
After removing the applesetupdone file, you need to reboot, type ‘reboot’ and hit enter
Upon reboot, you will be presented with the traditional “Welcome Wizard” startup screen just like when you first get a Mac
Follow the welcome wizard and create a new user account – making the account name different from the account whose password ***** want to recover
Continue on and boot into Mac OS X with this newly created user account, this new user account is an Administrator and has administrative access
Know you can Reset the Forgot Password ***** System Preferences please let me know if you need help with this
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