I am a pleb and deleted the basesystem files from my Mac for beta 3. Can anyone help?

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  1. sjn419 macrumors regular

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    I reformatted my drive after creating a boot up drive on a USB and now I can't install the OS. I don't know how I missed this step. Can anyone please upload the 2 basesystem files for me?
     
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    Yeah and then it boots into installation. I did the same thing when I bought new SSD, you're doing something wrong.
     
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    theres an issue with the computer and it keeps shutting off. I need to install the OS thats comes with

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    does anyone have the install file still that can help me out?
     
  7. w0lf, Sep 19, 2014
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    www.google.com

    It's against the rules to share links here. Probably best you learn how to do a google search anyways...
     
  8. djh816 macrumors newbie

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    The recovery partition should let you restore your mac to a supported version of Mac OS X. If your computer has a corrupt recovery partition, you will need to find a retail copy of Mac OS X supported by your machine (DVD or USB depending on what your machine supports), boot off that, format the entire drive with Disk Utility, then do a clean install. Posting copyrighted files is strictly against the forum rules. You are on your own for finding a copy of Mac OS X if you need it.
     
  9. jbarley macrumors 68030

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    Did you try to boot into Internet Recovery by holding down Command+Option+R at startup?
     

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