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iMac / iPad Problem


rawprawn
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In my innocence about all things Apple, I had an iPad into which I put a password for I Tunes to allow me to buy Apps and allow me to sync with my old Windows 7. I have since bought an iMac which asked to be updated to I Cloud from Mobile me. I mistakenly thought I had to put in a new password which I did. Here is the problem I cannot buy anything unless I use the iPad password or update anything except what it updated in I tunes. iCloud now has no criteria from which to update using the new password I entered. I cannot now update Documents etc thru I Cloud and I can only update Addres Calendar etc thru the original account set up. I cannot Delete the second account, although I am told I can delete all information on it but I am not sure that would work. I would be very grateful if anyone can help me out of this self inflicted mess. RP

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Woolwell

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Nothing to do with the wool trade.

Sorry I cannot help more.

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rawprawn

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Thank you very much for trying RP

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rawprawn

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I think what I did is irreversible, however I have found a fork around by using "DropBox" Thanks for trying RP

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