Background: I changed my Apple Id password after updating to OS X Mavericks. Soon after that, OS X sometimes asks me for keychain password (not always), sometimes at the beginning and when I use Safari, or try to access to Icloud (which I can only access online on safari) through system preferences.
- When I use First Aid Keychain and enter my User name and password, two options appear: Verify and Repair.
- If I hit verify, some things appear in black, some other in red and some in blue, the following things appear:
~/Library/Keychains/login.keychain (is not a valid keychain file).
Keychain password of ~/Library/Keychains/login.keychain (100022) not verified
Adjustments of ~/Library/Keychains/login.keychain (100022) were not read (couldn´t been read)
~/Library/Keychains/login.keychain (-25295) was not opened (couldn´t been opened)
Problems have been found. Select repair.
- Then, if i hit repair It will ask me "for keychain agent password".
And honestly I never (that I remember) created a keychain agent password. Where can i find that?, what kind of password is that? What I know is that it is not my Apple Id password or anything close to it.
- If try try to restore my default keychain by selecting Preferences - General, it will tell me that the "keychain has not been found". And wont restore anything.
I must say that I have read many of the discussions available and many of Apple suggested solutions, and nothing seems to help.
Any help would be deeply apreciated.
Best regards. (Sorry for my english, not a native speaker, my computer is in spanish and did my best to translate what I have seen)
Macbook Air, OS X 10.9, 2 GHz Intel Core i7, 8GB 1600 Mhz DDR3