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Resettare e cedere un Macbook - Reset to Factory Default

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Nov 26, 2013 1:10 AM

Buongiorno a tutti,

possiedo (ahimè ancora per poco) uno splendido MacBook White fine 2009 sul quale era originariamente installato Snow Leopard, poi upgradato a mountain Lion, sul quale è presente pure una partizione con Bootcamp e Windows7 (solo per alcune prove :-P).


Ho venduto questo fantastico computer e vorrei fornire all'acquirente una macchina pulita come se fosse appena uscita dalla scatola.


Dato che l'aggiornamento a Mountain Lion è stato fatto online vorrei sapere come mantenere questa versione anche per il prossimo proprietario.


Inoltre vorrei sapere se è necessario fare qualche operazione sul sito apple in modo da non aver più associato al mio ID Apple il Macbook in questione.










I have sold my MacBook White (end 2009) and I want to restore the factory default and delete my personal data.

I upgraded the original OS X (Snow Leopard) to Mountain Lion and I really want to keep after the reset.

I would also like to know if I have to do something to eliminate the binding of Macbook to my apple ID and if it's necessary.




MacBook, OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.4)
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    Try this. Follow the steps until you come to the reload of the OS, then follow the link to Lion specific instructions.


    That should then load Lion from Apple servers rather than any physical media.


    Very important you exit 'find my mac' and other icloud features first.


    Good luck - let us know how you get on.



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