Force Reset admin password mac os x 10.3.4

Discussion in 'OS X' started by zodiac, Mar 11, 2006.

  1. macrumors member

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    Canadia States of America
    #1
    Someone I know reinstalled mac os x 10.3.4 onto my mac, deleting everything. I dont know the admin password or even my password I had to get the biatch to log me on.

    I also dont have permission to open ANYTHING except for safari and itunes. When I try to open something is just says i dont have permission to open it.

    She also stole my mac os x install cds so im basically screwed.

    Is there ANY way I can get the master and admin passwords?

    I dont care how but If I have to restart the computer, i will only get one chance because I dont even know my password.
     
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    munkees

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    #2
    Sorry, unless you know who those swedish hackers got access, you kinda screwed with out the install CD's
     
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    risc

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    #3
    Dude you're 15 is the person that "stole" your machine one of your parents? Admit it your mother uses parental control on you to stop you viewing porn? :rolleyes:
     
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    Mitthrawnuruodo

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    #4
    Buy any retail Panther (should be cheap) or Tiger disks and use those to reset the admin password (or just do a complete reinstall, for that matter).
     
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    Applespider

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    Yup... without a system disc, you are out of luck.

    What did you do to piss her off so much?
     

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