If you have a MacBook, and you have valuable data on it or if there are more users of the MacBook in a home, it is advisable to different users and an administrator for adding and removing software and all other important things. so that the administrator and users have different passwords log into their accounts on the same computer. This is advantageous because it prevents the beginner Remove or uninstall software or deletion of important documents, without realizing it. Well, sometimes easy to forget this password and can not do anything to stop it, so you must set reset your old password and a new one. But is that possible?
Others complained that they bought second-hand computer and the owner has the password on the device but do not tell the new owner, so it is now angry and want to know how to reset MacBook master password. As usual, before writing this article, I had no idea how to do that, but we learn something new every day in our lives, so I have some research and surfing on the Apple forums, the search for the right answer and after I checked it with one of the guys I know, is a computer specialist.
It seems pretty easy if you know what to do when and what it takes to achieve. I mean, you can reset MacBook master password if you have a copy of the recovery CD or OS X installation DVD, the owner of the Macbook when it was purchased was given. It really does not matter that the OS is already installed because you do not go all the way to new install, but only a few steps until you recover or rather define a new word password system.
Once the CD or DVD into the DVD drive, double click on the icon on the desktop and it will start and see a button to restart. press it and restart the Macbook from the CD, but only until you click the Utilities menu, where you get to reset the situation, the password, as one of the entries, he says. “Forgot password” Change the password and click “Exit” from the installation menu and restart the computer and log on with your new password. This should normally work.
When I think of this for a few more I do find that instead of trying the password reset of the system it is best to install the operating system from scratch, because it can not access your business in this Macbook anyway, so why should you? Of course, the exception when you forget your password. But I seriously doubt that you forget you have your first choice, and if your MacBook daily use (not everyone does), there is no way you could forget it. Anyway, it’s an individual decision. but remember that if you can do what someone else can so that you’d rather some precautions no matter whether you have valuable information on your device.