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how to check if my macbook has been wiped?


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I went to the mac store and had them wipe my old macbook before I recycle it. Haven't touched it since, but is there a way I can quickly check if everything is indeed reset, and nothing is left on there?
Just turn it on??
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That's right, just turn it on. If they did a re-install of the OS then you should see the welcome video and be prompted to setup a new account and so on..

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