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i lost the password so i ended up taking the hdd out and reformating it now im tring to install osx 10.7 and setup does not see the hdd can someone point me in right direction please
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How are you trying to install Lion? What are you using to install it (App store download, flash drive, etc) and how about some specs on your machine? Year, model?
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its a macbook pro Model # A1226 late 2007 and im using a disc to install lion
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What filesystem did you format it as?

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a friend did it for me with his mac so im guessing HFS+
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with all the smack mac users talk about there machines are soo much better then pc's yet pc's ARE so much easier to work with. I never had a problem fixing one. anyways thanks I'll figure something out
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