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Remove the hard drive from the MacBook, place it in a USB carrier and attach it to another computer and erase it. You can even use a PC as long as you no longer need the data that's on the drive. If you need the data that's on the drive, again place it in a USB carrier and then copy your data from it to another Mac.
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