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Is there a way to reset password for keychain on iBook G4?  Besides re installing OS?

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To reset your keychain in Mac OS X 10.3 through 10.3.9:

Open Keychain Access, which is in the Utilities folder within the Applications folder.
From the Window menu, choose Keychain First Aid.
Click Options...
Click Reset My Keychain, which is under the General pane.
Authenticate with your account login password.
Quit Keychain Access.
Restart your computer.


To reset your keychain in Mac OS X 10.4 or later:

Go to the Utilities folder within the Applications folder.
Open Keychain Access.
Go to Preferences.
Click on Reset My Default Keychain.
Authenticate.
Quit.
Restart.
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