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Revision as of 14:12, 27 May 2011 by Djgreen (New page: ==Removing Boot Password== *Stop-A *type 'login' *Enter paswd (if successful, the prompt will change from ">" to ok. *type: printenv (in the list, you should see values that contain: secur...)
Removing Boot Password
- type 'login'
- Enter paswd (if successful, the prompt will change from ">" to ok.
- type: printenv (in the list, you should see values that contain: security-mode)
- hit q or space to the end, then type: setenv security-mode none
- then type: reset-all
- now after that press stop + a keys. it should just go straight to an openboot ok prompt. but don't press stop + a until the screen comes on and gets all white. I usually pressed stop +a after it finished checking its memory.
- there is also a setenv security-password whatever option but I figure you won't want any password.
Boot from CDROM
after you have a box that goes straight to the ok prompt you can type: 'boot cd' or 'boot cdrom' and it should boot.