Tag Archives: Lion

Create Bootable OS X 10.7 Lion Recovery DVD

Re-download Mac OS X 10.7 Lion from the Mac App Store and create a bootable DVD which can be used as a recovery or installation disc. If “Mac OS X Lion” is not showing up under the “Purchases” tab, follow these steps: When you open up the Mac App Store, …

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Enable FileVault Setup/Tutorial for Mac OS X

Video tutorial showing how to encrypt your Mac OS X startup disk/Hard Drive with FileValut. This will enable FileVaultand encrypt your hard drive/ssd and keep you more secure. Works on all versions of OS X including Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion, etc… If you’re interested in learning …

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How To: Dual Boot Mac OS X Lion

Are you looking to try Mac OS X Lion before upgrading your Snow Leopard installation? Wouldn’t it be nice to try out the new features and deal with the bugs of a brand new operating system while retaining a more stable SL partition as your main operating system? In that …

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How to download and install OS X Lion on you mac

This video tutorial shows you how to prepare your Apple computer to download the latest operating system, Mac OS X Lion. This new version brings 250 new features including Mission Control, AirDrop, new multi-touch gestures and iOS integration. Learn what all you need to do to get started and to …

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Forgot your Mac Password? Reset it Without Losing Data nor Install Disc (OS X 10.5 and older)

Have a newer OS? For those running 10.6 or above, I have created a newer (simpler) video guide – Process 1 – mount -uw / launchctl load /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.DirectoryServices.plist ls /Users dscl . -passwd /Users/username password reboot Process 2 – mount -uw / rm /var/db/.AppleSetupDone shutdown -h now Connect with me: …

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The New Mountain Lion OS X and AirPlay

Airplay is a great new feature that allows you to display your iMac or MacBook Pro desktop on you HDTV with Apple TV. NOTICE: AirPlay only works on 2011 or later models. Please click on the following site and read what C/NET has to say. Website: FaceBook: Follow me on …

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