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How can I uninstall Mavericks? I use software daily that is not currently supported with Mavericks and is required to complete my job. I can not wait for the develoiper to release a patch (they said it would be awhile).

 

I need to revert to mountain lion. I tried CMD R when booting but it only gives me the option to reinstall Mavericks. I only have access to a windows machine now. How can I revert back to Mountain Lion? Is there a link to a image for mountain lion somewhere on Apples website that I can not find? Is there a trick in Recovery Mode to choose mountain lion instead of Mavericks?


MacBook Air (13-inch Mid 2013), OS X Mavericks (10.9), Uninstall Mavericks
Solved by baltwo on Oct 23, 2013 2:27 PM Solved

Which one? Using Internet recovery or restoring a backup?

Reply by baltwo on Oct 23, 2013 1:29 PM Helpful

Boot into Internet recovery mode, +OPTION+R, and you can restore the OS that shipped with the machine. Alternatively, restore the bootable backup/clone or TM backup of your previous MLion installation.

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