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Rowan_Crothers Level 1 (0 points)



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I am requiring access of the boot selector menu on my MacBook Pro.

Whenever I try and get to the menu, the firmware password box shows up. I am trying to change / remove said password.


My MacBook was bought under a bulk deal with  300 others, and each one contains the same firmware password.


I do not know the firmware password, and I am unable to open up my computer and add / remove any RAM.

I do not have access to the boot CD either.



Please do help me out on this issue.

I am entirely certain that removing / replacing the firmware password is possible without opening the computer / using the boot CD, as I have seen a colleague gain access to the menu without doing either.







Rowan Crothers

MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)
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