|Jun 4, 2011, 01:42 AM||#2|
Turn off your MacBook air.
Insert the USB pen drive from the documentation wallet of your MacBook into one of the free USB ports.
Turn on your MacBook and reinstall the OS.
iPhone 5S 64GB iPhone 5 32GB iPad mini 64GB WiFi + Cellular MBA Mid 2011 i5 2.6/2/64 rMBP 2.3/8/256
|Jun 4, 2011, 03:08 AM||#3|
Would this allow the person who I sell it to install the system himself? So when the mac gets turned on for the first time, can I take the disk out and he installs the rest?
Also, does this completely remove my files? People tell me that this removes files, not erases them. Also, Do I need to logout of my iTunes, or what ever?
|Jun 4, 2011, 05:58 AM||#4|
EDIT: Come to think of it, it may be better to boot it up from the thumb drive instead, and running Disk Utility from there. Booting it up from the main drive will start the customization process, which would require you to enter information that may or may not be to the liking of the person who's getting the machine, so that's what I'd do.
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