can't log in

ADRIAN CRISAN

Registered
sorry, I've already posted this message but
nobody read it, I'm kind of worry about
how to work around this problem, so I
am replacing it
"OK, here is my story+problem:
I have 9.0.4 installed, recently reformatted the disk, now I have two partitions on my 6 gig ( I have an original B&W with
a 350 mhz processor and 192 megs of memory ). First partition is with 9.0.4 and applications on it ( is 1.5 gig ) and on the second
I just installed X ( I had on this partition some folders ).
I installed on this second partition X without erasing that partition everything went OK but after I configured my computer
and I restarted in X did not allow me to log in. I type my log in name and the password and the log in window is shaking
and is erasing my password but anything else is happen.
So, is somebody who can help me with this ?
Thank you. "
 

endian

Dis Member
this is the standard behaviour when entering the wrong password. either you're remembering the password wrong, or OSX is.

in any case, i dont know of a way to reset the passwd without reinstalling
 

ADRIAN CRISAN

Registered
thank you for your help, but I know the password
couldn't be wrong
Actually before to have X on this partition
I had it installed on entire hard ( I reformat
at that time with MacOS X my hard ) and I had the
same password which used to work.
My problem is I already re installed X and
I don't have the same option to
set up my computer again.
I though somebody knows a way to work
around to change tha password without
erase/reinstall again.
So ,I guess I have to erase/get rid of X in that partition
and reinstall again.
Thanks again for your comment.
Best,
Adrian
 
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