290 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Nov 26, 2012 7:16 PM by srlawton
To fix another problem (keyboard errors, startup disk selection error), I want to reset NVRAM on iMac running OSX 10.7.5
Apple Support document HT1379 provides a procedure for resetting NVRAM. The procedure is to restart with depressing Command-Option-P-R prior to the gong, then wait for a second startup sound.
Following the procedure, the iMac did not go to a second startup sound. Instead, the iMac displayed a generic desktop with a box entitled "Mac Utilities".
How do I reset NVRAM? Or, what does this system response tell me about the state of my system?