Keychain on Safari

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by hartsiga, Feb 16, 2008.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    I got a MacBook Pro from my uncle about 2 months ago. He had previously used it. I opened up the keychain access and got rid of all the keychains. However, every time I open Safari, it asks for a keychain password. I can hit cancel, but it pops up with almost every page. This really gets annoying and frustrating.

    Does anyone know what to do in order to get this from stop popping up? Thanks!
     
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    waterskier2007

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    White Lake, MI
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    you should delete the actual keychain set. mines called login. not sure what urs is called. its over to the left of keychain access
     
  3. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Mine is also called login for Safari, however, I can't find that on the left of the Keychain Access. It has:

    All items
    Passwords
    Certificates
    My Certificates
    Keys
    Secure Notes

    Under passwords, it has AppleShare, Application and Internet, but I can't delete any of those.
     
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    waterskier2007

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    ah, mistake. go to (username)>library>keychains, and drag the login keychain to the trash. it will recreate a new one next time u launch safari but it should get rid of the password entering thing
     

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