Just had this this morning. “login” showed as “locked” in Keychain Access and cannot be unlocked, lots of messages from various apps. iCloud strangely had Keychain de-activated on my Mac even though it was activated before.
Keychain is where Mac OS X saves stored passwords and other secure information. Without more information, I cannot debug your problem further, but it sounds as if Yahoo! Messenger expects to find a saved password for your account with them in your keychain, and is not finding it.Best answer · 0To fix this:
Run Keychain Access (found in /Applications/Utilities).
click “Keychain Access” in the menu bar at the top and select “Keychain First Aid”.
Run the repair and then run verify.
That should fix it!0Here’s a trick I tried with my MacBook Pro that seems to work:
Turn on hidden files in Finder. Macworld has a good tutorial, just look for “view hidden files on mac. If you already have it turned on, skip to step 2.
Open Keychain Access.0Just had this this morning. “login” showed as “locked” in Keychain Access and cannot be unlocked, lots of messages from various apps. iCloud strangely had Keychain de-activated on my Mac even though it was activated before.
I read about Safe Mode boot as a potential solution and tried but that did not help in my case.0I just had the same issue in the brand new Mac I got today.
To solve it we just opened the Keychain Access tool and deleted the login keychain (it did not had an icon, signal for something strange happening).
Then I rebooted the Mac and voilà, rebooting solved it! Upon reboot it recreated a new working one.0I had this problem today on macOS Sierra. After experimenting, it looks like somehow my login keychain had been locked. I fixed it by selecting the Keys entry under category in the left hand pane. I was prompted for my password to unlock the login keychain. I then had to reboot.0
Apr 03, 2014 · Keychain login cannot be found to store session token. I have since deleted the App but the errors are still appearing. They are appearing when I open app’s such as Chrome and Safari. Deleting login.keychain, logging out/in it prompts me for my iMessage and Facetime password on logging back in but I still get the errors.
|Keychain login cannot be found to store session||Jun 23, 2017|
|A keychain cannot be found to store “Safa…||Apr 15, 2009|
|Keychain “login” cannot be found.||Dec 07, 2008|
Jan 14, 2017 · Keychain “login” cannot be found to store “Safari”, with the option to Restore Defaults or Cancel. It’s driving me freaking crazy, I’m sure it’s an easy fix. Let me know what to do.
Sep 17, 2014 · Pop up saying, Keychain “login” cannot be found to store “registrationV1” with an option to reset to default I keep getting a message – Keychain- Microsoft Intermediate Certificates “cannot be found to store Safari”.
Oct 08, 2015 · Important: If you delete a keychain, all its information is deleted. But you can recover its items later as long as you know its password. Open Keychain Access for me. Delete a keychain. If keychains are hidden, choose View > Show Keychains. Select a keychain in the Keychains list. Choose File > Delete Keychain [keychain name]. Click Delete References.
Hi Michelle, I cannot access any of my email accounts. I have received a pop up screen “Keychain Not Found: Keychain “login” cannot be found to store “registrationV1”. I’m getting “A keychain cannot be found to store registrationV1”. Also for chrome, safari.
Try repairing your keychain. It typically asks for the original keychain password but it should, typically, be your login password. To repair your keychain follow the steps below: 1. Go to Keychain Access in the upper-left 2. Select “Keychain First Aid” 3. Enter your username and password and select “Repair” then click “Start” 4.
OS X El Capitan keychain login cannot be found to store. I use Internet Accounts > Google Accounts for Contacts > every now and then i get notification on top right saying Google Password Required, no matter how many time I enter it keeps saying that message.
not sure if this means anything but i deleted all system keychains and restarted. I had to re-enter passwords for wireless and re-get certs for company wireless but it worked. Keychains are the bain of my existance some times.0Had the same problem with my Mac, and I can’t say what exactly solved it. I copied my keychain, removed it from Keychain Access, rebooted, and then added it back, and that seemed to fix it, but I can’t say why since supposedly removing it from Keychain Access then adding it back should be enough.0TeamViewer & Junos Pulse were the culprit in my case.
Removing TeamViewer and rebooting fixed my issue then i had to remove JunOS Pulse as well, because as soon as pulse started it broke again.
This discussion helped https://discussions.apple.com/thread/7276820?start=30&tstart=0.
Go to 3rd page and following passage.Best answer · 0
Oct 01, 2016 · I tried to log out of my iCloud account in system preferences , and now I cannot log back in because it keeps popping up a window saying ‘Keychain login cannot be found to store “7879348” and it gives me an option to Reset to Defaults.