Reset Mac | How To Factory/Hard Reset Any MacBook Without Losing Data

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How To Factory/Hard Reset Any MacBook Without Losing Data.

If you want to hard reset your MacBook Air / Pro then you can take help from this video. There are few ways to reset your Mac I am showing you how you can reset without losing any data.

How to Factory Reset Mac OS X to Original Default Factory Settings:
1. Reboot the Mac and right after the boot chime sound, hold down the COMMAND + R keys together to boot into Recovery Mode
2. Once in Recovery Mode and at the “macOS Utilities” (or “OS X Utilities”) screen, select “Disk Utility”
3. Choose “Macintosh HD” (or what the Mac drive is named), then select the “Erase” button
4. Choose a name for the erased drive, like ‘Macintosh HD’ and then next to “Format” pull down the drop down menu to select “OS X Extended (Journaled)”, then click on “Erase” when you are ready to completely wipe the Mac – ERASING MEANS EVERYTHING WILL BE REMOVED
5. Once the drive has finished erasing everything, quit out of Disk Utility to return to the primary “Mac OS Utilities” screen that we started on
6. Next comes the fresh factory installation of Mac OS X, so choose “Install Mac OS” from the menu and click Continue
7. Choose “Macintosh HD” (or the target Mac drive name from step 4) from the list and click on “Install” to begin installing a fresh factory version of Mac system software

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