Any issues with 10.10 clean install on 2014 rMBP or MBA

Discussion in 'OS X Yosemite (10.10)' started by Allograft, Oct 19, 2014.

  1. Allograft macrumors regular

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    Anyone having any issues when a clean install was done on 2014 rMBP or MBA?
     
  2. Allograft thread starter macrumors regular

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    Interesting...with all the complaints being voiced, not one person indicated that they had issues with a clean install of 10.10.
     
  3. Allograft thread starter macrumors regular

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    Wow, now like two days with a not single response. Seems like clean install is a really great way to go
     
  4. JuneBugg macrumors member

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    Is a clean install when everything from your laptop/desktop is wiped completely before upgrading the software?
     
  5. BasicGreatGuy Contributor

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    Yes, and you install everything from scratch, not from backups.
     
  6. johannnn macrumors 65816

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    I've only had great experiences with clean installs (shocking answer I know)
     
  7. Razer(x) macrumors regular

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    It works, but i have a high cpu usage and poor battery on rMBP
     
  8. ABC5S Suspended

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    Mid 2014 and a clean, clean install, and not really any issues at all. Not from back up's that might have something on it that does not play well with the new OS :D
     
  9. Allograft thread starter macrumors regular

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    I'm a couple of hours into my clean install of Yosemite on mid-2014 rMBP base specs and I have no complaints. Running smoothly. We'll see as time marches on, but not having any issues at all. And still snappy on start-ups/shut downs with FileVault enabled. Clean install seems to be the way to go. Some more front end investment but it's worth it
     

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