Forgot your iMac Password? Need to get your password removed from your iMac in the Dallas area? Forgetting the password on your iMac is one of the common problems people have and the next solution they think of is to erase the operating system to factory settings and make the iMac functional but in doing so, you will lose all your data and information saved on your iMac hard drive. In cases like this it is better to seek professional help and MacFixDallas is here to help. Our certified technicians have several years of expertise in fixing any software and hardware related issues on iMac including iMac password removal service. We provide iMac password removal, data backup and migration services for business and residential. If you need a tech to come to your house to remove your password, just give us a call detailing your issue with the iMac and we can dispatch one of our certified tech for a home service for iMac troubleshooting.
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Complete Guide How to Remove Password On iMac
We are going to discuss a couple of methods of removing the password on the iMac.
iMac Password Removal/Change When Already Logged In
If you already know your iMac password and want to delete the password on your iMac and make your iMac password free then this is the step to follow. When you’re already logged in you go to and click the Apple icon on the top left corner of the iMac screen and select system preferences. Once you click System preferences then you can select Security and Privacy icon on the new pop-up window. Then inside Security and Privacy you can select the General tab icon. You’re going to have to click the lock icon on the bottom of the window and type your password for access permission to change settings. If you would like to change the password then you can select the change password tab and if you want to remove the password deselect required password and it will give you an option to turn off screen lock and select the option to turn off screen lock and your iMac password is removed.
Quick Step To Change Password On Your iMac
Click on Apple Menu On Left Top Screen > Select System Preferences > Select Security & Privacy > Click on Lock Icon > Type your current password > Select Change Password > Type your Old Password > Type Your New Password > Verify Your New Password > Add Hint On the Password > Click on Change Password > Click on Lock Screen Icon.
Quick Step To Turn Off Password On Your iMac
Click on Apple Menu On Left Top Screen > Select System Preferences > Select Security & Privacy > Click on Lock Icon > Type your current password > Uncheck require password > Select Turn Off Screen Lock.
iMac Password Removal/Reset When You Know Admin Password
If you have two accounts and one of the account is Admin and the other account is either Admin or Standard User then you can change or reset the password for the Standard User if you know the password for the Admin. In order to change/reset the Standard User password you can go to System Preferences and select Users & Group from your Admin account. Click the lock icon and type your password for privileges for changing password. Then you can select the Standard User on the left column and select Reset Password on the right Column. Type in the new password and verify it onto the second row and put a hint if you want and then select reset password. Now your standard user password is changed. You can logout of your admin account and use the new password to log into the Standard User.
Quick Step To Remove or Reset Password On Standard User On iMac
Click Apple Logo > Select System Preferences > Select Users & Groups > Click Lock Icon > Type Admin Password > Select Standard User > Click Reset Password > Type New Password > Verify New Password > Select Reset Password > Click Lock Icon > Log Out Of Admin > Use New Password On Standard User.
iMac Password Removal If You Have A Recovery Volume
If you have a recovery volume then turn off your iMac. Then you can press the power button on your iMac whilst holding the option button on the keyboard until you see the Apple boot menu. Then you can select the recovery volume and hit enter or click the icon. Then macOS X Utilities is going to pop-up where you can choose to reinstall the macOS or restore from a time machine backup. In order to reset the password you can go to Utilities on the Top Apple icon bar and select Terminal. A terminal window is going to appear and you can write in the code reset password on it. Then you’re going to see a windows in which you can select which volume you would want to reset the password on. Select the Volume and below it select the User account you want to reset the password on. Enter a new password for it and verify the new password below and click on the save icon. Then select OK after a dialog box appears to notify the user password has been changed. Then quit from the Utilities and choose a startup disk and reboot your iMac. You can use your new password that you created to access the iMac User.
Quick Steps For Password Removal or Reset If you have a Recovery Volume
Turn Off Your iMac > Hold the Option Button and Power On Your iMac > Select Recovery Volume > Select Utilities from Top Menu Bar > Select Terminal > Type Reset Password and Enter > Select Volume and User Account To Remove password > Type New Password > Verify New Password > Save > Click Ok > Quit Utilities > Select Startup Disk > Reboot > Use New Password To Access User.
iMac Password Removal Factory Settings or new macOS Installation
In order to remove the password you can install a new OS X on your iMac and delete all the contents from your iMac. You can use a bootable OSX USB for this. Turn off your iMac. Insert Bootable OS X USB. Restart your iMac holding the Option Key until it loads the boot menu. In the Boot Menu Select the Yellow OSX Bootable to Boot From. macOS Utilities Window is going to open. Go to Disk Utility and select continue. Select the drive you want to install the macOS on and select erase and format it onto the File System that your new macOS requires. MacOS Extended for macOS versions High Sierra and below. APFS partition for Mojave, Catalina, Big Sur and new macOS. Go back to the Utilities menu and you can select Install macOS and select continue. Select Continue on the next window and a pop up box will appear and select continue on that as well. The macOS will be installing from your USB to the hard drive now and when it finishes you’re going to have to setup a new password and User for the iMac and you’re going to have an iMac that is like brand new.
If you still need assistance with iMac password removal in the Dallas area, then we can definitely help you. Just give us a call detailing what service you need for your iMac.
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