It is that time again. Time to decide whether to keep or replace your Mac or computer. If you are reading this article, chances are you've already come to the decision to replace your Mac with the (or maybe you just got a new Mac as a present!), and you're thinking about selling your old model. The first thing you should do before hitting the streets to sell your old Mac is clear it of any and all personal data. You don't want to accidentally sell your computer to a stranger when you are still logged into iCloud.
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Xserve lom firmware update for mac pro. • • • • • Step 1: Back up your Mac If you already have your new Mac on hand, you can transfer all of your data from your old Mac or use an older. If you don't have your new Mac yet, well. Then you probably shouldn't be selling your old one yet.
But, if you really don't think you'll need your old computer before getting your new one, just make sure to back up your data so that nothing happens to it before you get what you need onto your new Mac. • • Step 2: Sign out of everything The software you have on your Mac is licensed to you, which means it doesn't get transferred to the new owner of your computer (except the operating system).
MacOS Recovery makes it easy to reinstall the Mac operating system, even if you need to erase your startup disk first. All you need is a connection to the Internet. All you need is a connection to the Internet. Have received it back and clicked on 'reinstall Mac OSX Lion'. I'm now stuck on the pop up window which says 'To download and restore Mac OS X, your computer's eliegiiilty will have to be verified with Apple.
In order to avoid complications with the new owner attempting to download and install software that is licensed by you, make sure to sign out of everything your personal information is connected to. How to sign out of iTunes • Open iTunes on your Mac. • Click Account in the Menu bar on the left side of your screen. • Click on Sign Out. How to sign out of iMessage • Open Messages on your Mac.
• Click Messages in the Menu bar at the top left corner of your screen. • Click Preferences from the drop-down menu. • Select your iMessage account. • Click on Sign Out. How to sign out of iCloud • Click on the Apple icon in the upper left corner of your Mac's screen.
• Click System Preferences from the drop-down menu. • Click on iCloud. • Un-tick the box for Find My Mac. • Enter your system password when prompted. • Click on Sign Out. • Click Remove data from this Mac when prompted. Step 3: Reformat your hard drive Once your and you've that might connect your old Mac to your personal information, you can erase everything on it by reformatting the hard drive.
• While the startup disc is waking up, hold down the Command+R keys simultaneously. You're Mac will boot into macOS Recover. • Select Disk Utility. • Click on Continue. • Select your Startup disk (it is probably named 'Macintosh HD' or something similar).
• Click on Erase from the buttons at the top of the Disk Utility window. • Select Mac OS Extended (Journaled) from the drop-down menu next to Format. • Select GUID Partition Map from the drop-down menu next to Scheme (where applicable - not ever Mac has this). • Click Erase. • After the process is complete, select Quit Disk Utility from the Disk Utility drop-down menu in the upper left corner of the screen. Step 4: Reinstall a clean Mac operating system After you it will be ready for a clean installation of the operating system. You should already be in the Utilities window after erasing your Mac.
If not, restart your computer and hold down Command and R at the same time until you see the Apple logo. Note: Make sure your Mac is connected to the internet in order to verify the software. You'll be asked to do so during the installation process. • While the startup disc is waking up, hold down the Command+R keys simultaneously. You're Mac will boot into macOS Recover. • Click on Reinstall macOS (or Reinstall OS X where applicable) to reinstall the operating system that came with your Mac. • Click on Continue.
• Select your hard drive ('Machintoch HD' or something similar), when asked to select your disk. • Click on Install to install the latest operating system that was on your Mac. Your Mac will restart after the installation is complete.
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• Hold down Command and Q after the installation is complete. Do not follow the setup instructions. Leave that part for the new owner. • Click Shut Down to shut down your Mac. Your Mac is now clean and ready for a new owner. They will complete the setup instructions to get started using the Mac, as well as download the latest macOS operating system that is available and supported on their Mac.