Keychain Login keeps popping up? Here’s how to fix it


It’s annoying no…while doing something keenly key chain login will be pops up often. After deleting all in key chain access, it will be pop up soon. Too irritating, isn’t it. To stop this we have handful of solutions. Let’s disclose.
Solution 1: Solving via Finder
key chain login using Finder

  1. First open a Finder from window
  2. Be sure that your user name has selected on the left side, or use + command +t.
  3. Select Library -> Key chain.
  4. If the Library option will not be seen, then click -> Go in the Menu bar.
  5. Click the Option/Alt on the keyboard.
  6. Now you can find Library option. Select Library -> Key chain and click Login key chain.
  7. It’s time to empty the junk.
  8. Then restart your Mac.

Solution 2: Is Old Password a problem?
keychain enter password
 
 
Sometimes it may occur because of your Mac still holding your old password. If you remember use it to renew  the existing login key chain.

  1. Open Keychain Access Application from the Utilities folder of your Application folder.
  2. Click Login from the left side of the window.
  3. Go to Edit menu and select Change Password for Key chain Login.
  4. Type old password in the Current Password field.
  5. Type new password in New Password field. Enter it in Verify field.
  6. Select OK after completing all this and stop Key chain Access.

Note: If you don’t remember your password means then need to create a new login key chain.
Solution 3: End Up NVRAM
You can resolve this problem by clearing NVRAM. NVRAM [nonvolatile random-access memory] is a small memory of your Mac to store some settings and also helps to access them fastly, such as,

  1. Sound volume
  2. Display resolution
  3. Startup-disk solution
  4. Time zone
  5. Recent kernel
  6. Panic information

To get rid of this,  you have to follow below steps,

  1. Shutdown your Mac.
  2. After turn on your Mac, you need to press and hold down 4 keys. They are Option, Command, P, and R.
  3. Keep holding them for some 20 seconds, while doing so Restart will be appear.
  4. After restart  you have to adjust the settings that are stored in NVRAM.

nvram reset keys
Note: If you hear any startup sound in second restart you can let the 4 keys that you have hold down so far.
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Solution 4: Using Key chain Access

  1. To start Key chain Access Application to avoid this problem.
  2. Enter first few letters of this app on Spotlight search. Select the app from the lists have shown. It mostly appear at the top of the list.
  3. In  Finder, click Go -> Utilities or press the key combo Shift-Command-U.

Note: Utilities will be appeared in Menu bar.
4.Open Launch Pad -> choose Utilities -> Key chain Access from the icon grid.
5.Click Login key chain that has shown in the left side of the Key chain Access Window.
Note: Also select default Key chain name.

  1.   The lock icon will be appear in the top left corner of the window. If it shows that your key chain is locked then click Unlock.
  2.   Then you need to give your login password as key chain password unless you didn’t give separate one.
  3.   Then Right-click or Control-click in the entry list. Now a window appears in that choose Change Settings For Key chain “login”.

Note: If boxes are not unchecked, then unchecked  it.

  1. In Menu bar click Key chain Access -> Preferences -> First Aid.
  2. Keep Login Key chain Unlocked means still isn’t checked. So you have to check.
  3. Click Key chain Access -> Key chain First Aid in the Menu bar to fix the key chain.
  4. Then close the Key chain Access.

Note: If you don’t remember your password means then need to create a new login key chain.
Solution 5: Too simple is it so!!
If it so Go to Settings tab and turn it off your Mac. Soon after left that page it will turn back automatically.
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