Hmm. Quite a quanderey you are in. The only way to get in is through file sharing. If it is alreay turned on you are in luck. Just turn on both Macs and connect through your iMac. Now if it is not you may have a problemo. Try and borrow a monitor or as a last resort, put one on your credit card, use it and then return it. :P -maestro
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