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Discussion in 'OS X Mavericks (10.9)' started by Konrad., Oct 24, 2013.
How can I do it with recovery partition, where can I see if I have one?
Restart, hold down the option key and you should see a drive to boot into recovery.
When I do this I see my drive and recovery, I hit recovery and these options comes:
Reinstall OS X
So if I click Reinstall OS X it will be a clean install?
Sorry should have been more specific. Go to Disk Utility, select your drive. Wipe it then go back and click Reinstall Mac OS X. Its worth nothing it will download the entire OS again so will take time.
Wipe you mean erase or ?
Sorry for being newbish
Yeah erase your drive.
If that's what you want to do. However, clean installs are largely unnecessary.
Deleting everything just to put it all back is futile. You will have achieved nothing except emptied some caches and many be removed a tiny number of rarely used or unused files. It would be quicker and simpler simply to delete those instead.