Hi, I was hoping for some help with an installation problem i am having. I have scowered here and other websites but cant seem to find a similar issue. My MBP had starting becoming very slow and unresponsive and i was ultimately advised to re-install my OS X 10.7 - Lion. I followed the instructions regarding the (command - r) restart to erase my HDD and install the os x again. All was going fine, about an hour and half into installation my internet disconnected and the install stopped. I had to restart my Mac again. When i turn on my machine i now get the folder with the flashing exclamation mark which boots up OS X Internet recovery from the apple servers. This then brings up the disk utility and osx install options after downloading each time from Apple. However the problem is it now asks me to install 10.8 (mountain lion) rather then 10.7 Lion. Obviously when i do this and verify with my Apple ID it recognizes i haven't purchased this version and the process restarts all over again. I also checked my original packing and box and don't seem to have an original install disk (snow leopard). I was hoping someone could offer some help on how to get the option to install lion again as opposed to Mountain Lion. Any help would be greatly appreciated.