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Mac os x lion 10 7 5

My mac is so unorganized and the top bar displaying my wifi and time and volume and the apple menu etc will just disappear not one docuent or file is easily findable

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Sounds like you may need to reinstall Lion to fix the disappearing menu bar. As far as finding files, try using Spotlight. (Upper right side of menu bar)

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Add an Application to the Dock To simulate a right mouse button click while using a one-button mouse on a Mac, like to get a context sensitive menu for an object on the screen, hold down ctrl and click the mouse button while your mouse pointer is over the object.

If you enjoy the convenience of the Dock, you can make it even more useful by adding items to it you use regularly. Here, for example, you’ll find two ways to add one or more applications to your Dock.
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Sounds like your hard drive is failing.
Try booting while holding down the shift key that will put you into safe mode and run some diagnostics at the same time.
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SOURCE: I just lost the menu bar at the top of my Macbook Air- how do I make it active again?

Try and start your Mac in safe mode.

To do this, as soon as you power on your Mac hold the shift key until the screen turns black and text starts scrolling down the screen.
The Mac will check itself and then boot up (wait for it, it will take a few minutes.)

Go from here...

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What are lions"?"


In relation to your Mac, the "Lion" is the Operating System as part of the OS X (10) series and was the 7th released. This was then called OS X 10.7 Lion, released on July 20th 2011. Later, there was OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion released as the 8th series OS X.

10.7 carried with it the iCloud integration as Apple moved from MobileMe to this new "cloud technology" and the OS was the first to never be sold in Disc form. It was only available from the App Store as an electronic download and for a short time on USB. All OS X versions after 10.6 were all downloadable via the Mac App Store.

So the Lion is just the name of the Operating System on the Mac! It's like a car that's called a Jaguar, but this is in relation to the Software the computer is running!

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Hi! How to perform factory reset with a macbook air mid 2013? Is there a battery reset as well? Thanks in advance for the help!


You cannot do what you want without the original installer disc that came with the computer or a later version of OS X installer, unless the computer came originally with Lion or Mountain Lion.

Follow these instructions step by step to prepare a Mac for sale:
Step One - Back up your data:
A. If you have any Virtual PCs shut them down. They cannot be in their "fast saved" state. They must be shut down from inside Windows.
B. Clone to an external drive using using Carbon Copy Cloner.
1. Open Carbon Copy Cloner.
2. Select the Source volume from the Select a source drop down menu on the left side.
3. Select the Destination volume from the Select a destination drop down menu on the right
side.
4. Click on the Clone button. If you are prompted about creating a clone of the Recovery HD be
sure to opt for that.
Destination means a freshly erased external backup drive. Source means the internal
startup drive.
Step Two - Prepare the machine for the new buyer:
1. De-authorize the computer in iTunes! De-authorize both iTunes and Audible accounts.
2, Remove any Open Firmware passwords or Firmware passwords.
3. Turn the brightness full up and volume nearly so.
4. Turn off File Vault, if enabled.
5. Disable iCloud, if enabled: See What to do with iCloud before selling your computer.
Step Three - Install a fresh OS:
A. Snow Leopard and earlier versions of OS X
1. Insert the original OS X install CD/DVD that came with your computer.
2. Restart the computer while holding down the C key to boot from the CD/DVD.
3. Select Disk Utility from the Utilities menu; repartition and reformat the internal hard drive.
Optionally, click on the Security button and set the Zero Data option to one-pass.
4. Install OS X.
5. Upon completion DO NOT restart the computer.
6. Shutdown the computer.
B. Lion and Mountain Lion (if pre-installed on the computer at purchase*)
Note: You will need an active Internet connection. I suggest using Ethernet if possible because
it is three times faster than wireless.
1. Restart the computer while holding down the COMMAND and R keys until the Mac OS X
Utilities window appears.
2. Select Disk Utility from the Mac OS X Utilities window and click on the Continue button.
3. After DU loads select your startup volume (usually Macintosh HD) from the left side list. Click
on the Erase tab in the DU main window.
4. Set the format type to Mac OS Extended (Journaled.) Optionally, click on the Security button
and set the Zero Data option to one-pass.
5. Click on the Erase button and wait until the process has completed.
6. Quit DU and return to the Mac OS X Utilities window.
7. Select Reinstall Lion/Mountain Lion and click on the Install button.
8. Upon completion shutdown the computer.

*If your computer came with Lion or Mountain Lion pre-installed then you are entitled to transfer your license once. If you purchased Lion or Mountain Lion from the App Store then you cannot transfer your license to another party. In the case of the latter you should install the original version of OS X that came with your computer. You need to repartition the hard drive as well as reformat it; this will assure that the Recovery HD partition is removed. See Step Three above. You may verify these requirements by reviewing your OS X Software License

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My macbook white fell on the floor and now I only get the apple logo with spinning wheel and time bar. I have waited more then 15 minutes but no changes. I do not have the disk. I have tired safe boot,...


The time bar may be telling you that there's damage to the hard drive, or perhaps just your hard drive's main partition.
If your Mac is running OS X Lion or Mountain Lion, you should have a recovery partition with Disk Utility on it. Restart your Mac while holding down Command-R to boot into this instead of your regular partition. Follow Apple's instructions on how to use Disk Utility to see whether the hard drive is damaged or just corrupted (and potentially corrupted).

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Apple macbook air 2012


Unless you upgraded OS X last summer, you have either Lion Or Mountain Lion, so, you can reset the password without any external disk.

On Lion or Mountain Lion, you use the following technique to reset the Administrators password:

Boot to your Recovery Partition, by holding down the Option key while starting, and then selecting the Recovery HD as the boot choice.

Once booted, at the top of the screen is a menu
>> select Utilities / Terminal from the menu bar.

In the Terminal window, type "resetpassword" (without the quotes) and press return.

A "Reset Password" window will open. Select your boot volume (your SSD drive) (it should already be selected.)

Select your administrators username from the menu labeled "Select the user account" if it is not already selected. Follow the prompts to reset the password.

Restart the computer from the apple menu. (top left corner)
If you are using the Keychain, you will lose your existing one, and have to start a new one, unless you remember the old password.

Your Macbook Air should start up without a password now.

If, in the remote chance this does not work, you get a free year of support on your Macbook Air (3 if you purchased AppleCare). If you have never called AppleCare before, and you are not sure when you bought your Mac, just give them a date that is less than 1 year ago, like October 20, 2013; and then they will step you through support over the phone.
Here's a good page to get numbers and more support, though what I told you should work.
https://www.apple.com/support/macbookair/contact/

All the best to you,
Kerry Hostetter

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I forgot my login password for my my book air


On Lion or Mountain Lion, you use the following technique to reset the Administrators password:


Boot to your Recovery Partition, by holding down the Option key while starting, and then selecting the Recovery HD as the boot choice.


Once booted, at the top of the screen is a menu ..., select Utilities / Terminal from the menu bar.


In the Terminal window, type "resetpassword" (without the quotes) and press return. A "Reset Password" window will open. Select your boot volume (your SSD drive) if it is not already selected. Select your administrators username from the menu labeled "Select the user account" if it is not already selected. Follow the prompts to reset the password. Restart the computer from the apple menu.

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Cannot find driver/software for my dusty Canon imageCLASS MF3240 on mac OS 10.7 Lion?


There is no driver for your printer to work with OSX. It was for Windows OS only. AND Apple does not support this particular model either.Link below list support printers by Apple OSX>
http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3669

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If your computer has OS X 10.4 installed on it, it's likely that you have a PowerPC processor. Apple used these for years before switching to Intel processors in 2006. The highest version of OS X that you'll be able to run on a PowerPC Mac is 10.5 (Leopard). You will not be able to install Snow Leopard, Lion, or Mountain Lion.

Easy way to check if you have PowerPC or Intel is by clicking on "About This Mac" in the Apple menu (top left of your screen).

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If you have configured your mac os x lion.Your desktop is decided in two dock in the bottom of the scree, Menu bar on the top. In the First icon you will find is finder, its from were you can access all you files on your hard disk, second icon is Launch pad which lets you access your application. for more take my service.

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