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Click the Reinstall OS X option in the menu and proceed to follow the directions. You will need to be connected to the Internet, so make sure you're plugged in via Ethernet, or are connected to a Wi-Fi network. You should now have a fresh copy of Mac OS X installed, and your computer is back to its factory settings.
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All without the need for a recovery disc or thumb drive. Thank you, a friend asked me to get a new install OS X and this seems easy, but just one question.
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It's downloading a fresh copy from Apple's servers. Apple OS's are now free, so they're not too concerned about verifying. Thank you for the steps, i was wondering, we need to be connected to the internet as it will download the osx again? I'm currently running the new Yosemite.
Ugh how frustrating I backed up my files and was already to go and restarted twice and could not get this menu to come up Is this not possible on Snow Leopard? This only works for Lion and higher. If my computer originally came with Snow Leopard but has since been upgraded to Mavericks, will I be able to do the factory reset back to Mavericks? Or will it revert all the way back to Snow Leopard, requiring the discs?
Yes, it should work just fine. Lion through El Capitan has the Recovery built-in, and it will reinstall OS X using whatever current version you are on.
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If not, you might need to download the firmware to use the Internet Recovery version, but this installs whatever was originally on the computer, so you'd have to update your OS again from the Mac App Store. Everything works fine up until the last step after entering my ID and Password Try again later. My hard drive crashed on my Imac took it to computer repair they installed new hard drive, tried to recover data but could not, when we presented the imac to the apple store they told me i would have to buy back my old hd from them um hello no way, so thats why we went to another place that works on macs, so apple said i had lion on the mac, i couldnt remeber but now i remember i had leopard, the computer place installed lion, well now I cannot get any of my programs installed from the dics i have, like my photo software, etc, any cd i put in stays in for a minute then pops back out.
I turn on the computer, hold the command and r keys for 15 sec.
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Oh the joy of reading Service currently not available when it tries to download Mavericks online and all the while having only windows computer working. My late Mac Pro would not boot this AM. Would not let me reinstall OS X. Would any think it is more than a bad internal drive 1?
I pulled the drive 1 out, checked all the pins and reinstalled into its slot firmly. It goes to grey screen and first tone There is not the "Reinstall the OS X" in my computer. Why not? Now what can I do? Please help me. I really need my computer for work.