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My macbook keeps shutting down on restart time does not set and internet password has to be reinput

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If is not retaing this info the cmos battery should be replaced

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How do I factory reset my mac book os x please help



Step 1

To start, make sure that all of your files are backed up elsewhere. When you revert your MacBook Pro back to factory settings, you will also be wiping out all of the data on your hard drive. If there is anything you want to keep, take the time to move it all onto an external hard drive.

Step 2

Once your files are backed up, shut down your MacBook Pro. Plug it into the AC adapter, and then boot it back up. Finally, press and hold “Command-R” (the “Command” and “R” keys at the same time) to start the restore process. Hold these keys until the Apple logo appears on the screen, and then release them. You will be taken to an alternative boot screen with a “Mac OS X Utilities” menu.

Step 3

In order to complete a system restore, you will need to connect your computer to the Internet. Select “Wi-Fi” from the Utilities menu and find the router you will be using. Enter your Wi-Fi username and password to connect.

Step 4

Depending on which version of OS X you are using, your Utilities menu will be slightly different. Look for either “Internet Recovery” or “OS X Recovery,” and select whichever one you find. This should present you with a “Reinstall OS X” option. Click on it, and then wait as your MacBook Pro connects to the Internet and gathers information on your laptop from Apple servers.

You may be prompted to provide your Apple account information, including username and password. If so, provide it. In any case, this process will eventually reach the point where your MacBook downloads the latest version of OS X, as well as the standard programs that Apple includes pre-installed on every laptop. Your hard drive will then be automatically formatted, and the computer will restore itself to factory settings.

Step 5

Once the reinstallation process is completed, you can either restart your computer, provide your Apple ID information, and start copying your files back over to the computer from your external hard drive, or you can turn the computer off and go about selling it to a new owner.

Mar 24, 2017 | Book Computers & Internet

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Hpw to reset macbook pro


  1. Turn off your Mac (if it isn't already off).
  2. Hold down these four keys right after you press the power button: command+option+P+R (that will reset the PRAM).
  3. Keep holding down those four buttons until your Mac restarts and you hear the second startup chime.

May 28, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Bought a used MacBook Pro. Don't have the password to loginand unable to shut o


Hold the power button down for 5 seconds to shut down the computer. Contact the seller about the password.

Dec 05, 2013 | Apple Computers & Internet

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I have macbook pro version 10.6.6 and i have reliance netconnect usb connection. but i am having problem after few mins using internet my laptop shows a message that i need to shut down the compter and...


I too have macbook pro version 10.6.6 and i have reliance netconnect usb connection. but i am having problem after few mins using internet my laptop shows a message that i need to shut down the compter and restart again. its happening all the time.

please advise what i need to fix this problem. i think some drivers compatible with macbook pro

Apr 17, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Macbook restarts when i shut it down


Try going into Utilities folder and open Disk Utility and repair disk permissions. That fixes a number of bizarre issues in Mac.

Sep 09, 2009 | Apple MacBook Air

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I type in my password and my computer tells me that i cant log in


I have had this happen, sometimes things get screwy and it just won't recognize your correct password. You need to restart your computer from the original disk. Put the disk in, shut down, restart by holding down the C key. At the top of the screen there will be an installer menu item, click it and then click Reset Password. Then restart your computer and you should be good to go.

Jul 05, 2009 | Apple MacBook 13"White /2.0Ghz Intel Core2...

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Internet connection


If you have access to the router, you can reset it by holding down the reset button on the router and then plugging in the power.

Once reset, you should be able to use the manufacturers username and password to gain access and set up the device.

Most bluetooth devices have a password of '0000' as the default.

Nov 01, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Macbook keeps restarting


http://www.retrodata.co.uk/notice_apple_seagate_drives.php

May 04, 2008 | Apple MacBook 13"White /2.0Ghz Intel Core2...

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MacBook Software Updater - continually prompts to install an update


You're probably not actually flashing the firmware, but downloading the utility to do so. Follow these steps:
1. Quit all other open applications. Open the MacBook Pro EFI Firmware update which is in your Utilities directory

2. Click Shut Down in the MacBook Pro EFI Firmware Update window and wait for your computer to shut down.

3. Press and hold the power button on your MacBook Pro until the power indicator light flashes repeatedly, then release the power button to begin the update.

A status bar indicates the progress of the update.

Important: Do not interrupt the update.

Your computer restarts automatically when the update is completed and opens the MacBook Pro EFI Firmware Update.

4. Click OK, if the firmware is now up-to-date.

Apr 29, 2008 | Apple MacBook Pro Notebook

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