Starting up from the Original iBook CD or DVD (holding down the "C" key when restarting) should not give you a login window, the first window you see should be the language selector.
after selecting a language you should be able to go to the utilities menu and change the password from there.
Hey Octavarium I think I found that problem.
There was a option when installing Toast that asks if you want to install a "contextual menu plugin" I went ahead and unchecked that option in Toast and restarted the Computer and now Finder burning works fine. :D
I get the Same Error in Finder using a iMac G5 all Original Equipment in it.
When trying to burn a CD in Finder, Using Tiger's New Burn CD Folder Option.
Wonder What the problem could be?? I guess I'll have to call Applecare tomorrow. :(
I've got that same mouse for sale! Bought one and at the same time got a logitech and the extra buttons are really nice, so "The Mouse" is just sitting around, anyone with a decent offer gets it.
if interested e-mail me carsluvme(at)hotmail.com
I want to set up a potato warehouse to monitor Temperature Humidity and all that good stuff. I can do all that with Labview. But the warehouse is 30 miles away and I want to call the mac somehow and use Remote Desktop to check all that. I have a phone line there and the Computer Connected to it...