16 thoughts on “Lost A New MacBook Air?

  1. Shane O'Curry

    Thanks yous. This is mine laptop. Very shortly after I put this, my laptop, on the table in Temples Bar I travelled to visit my friend in Lagos, in the Nigeria. Can you please post to me. I will put the monies back on your credit card.

    Thanks yous
    Mr. Shane O’Curry.

  2. madouveh on the dole

    Yeh. Itz my mackbook yeh. Can you meet us at de flatz down near east wall bud? Come on yer own. Rats out.

  3. Nialler

    Tell mark to boot the machine while holding cmd-R, go through the language stage of recovery mode then in the utilities menu at the top go to Terminal, once terminal launches type the following

    resetpassword

    Up pops the reset password utility, reset the users password then log in. Go to the users contacts and find the Me contact and give him a call. Simples!!

    All the above is assuming no firmware lock on the mac.

    1. Avon Barksdale

      If its as easy as this to bypass password security on any macbook then what’s the point?

    2. Joachim Gillespie

      Just reading up on that now. Jaypers. So to quote Malcolm Tucker, passwords are often as useless as a marzipan dildo?

  4. Parochial Central

    Is that’s the latest MacBook Air pictured then someone has an old O/S on it. That’s Mavericks.

    1. Trystan

      Yes, the first thing they did was set up a small photo studio to photograph said found Macbook Air and then quickly contacted broadsheet. But hey, at least we know that you’re up on your OS versions….and just from the background. Wowzers.

  5. Shane O'Curry

    Found the owner, folks, thanks. I did it by using terminal and resetting password as outlined above. I have contacted the owner in the country they live in and am posting it to them.

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