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how do i get my entire hard drive to be the same as it was when i got the compuiter? so it has its full memory back? is this possible without having to reinstall the OS and all the programs it came with...dvd player, safari, itunes garage band etc. etc.?
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how do i get my entire hard drive to be the same as it was when i got the compuiter? so it has its full memory back? is this possible without having to reinstall the OS and all the programs it came with...dvd player, safari, itunes garage band etc. etc.?
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also did Zinio come with my computer or did i do something to get it? i want to delete it but im not sure if i need it or not...what is it?
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Basicly if you want to get your computer to be exactly how it was when you got it, you will need to do an erase and install, just pop in the OS X install disc restart, and choose "erase and install". I don't know what Zinio is but it didn't come with OS X. So you will have to re download it somewhere.
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he said he didn't want Zinio
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oh yeah *dough*
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Basicly if you want to get your computer to be exactly how it was when you got it, you will need to do an erase and install, just pop in the OS X install disc restart, and choose "erase and install". I don't know what Zinio is but it didn't come with OS X. So you will have to re download it somewhere.
Zinio came with my OS X....
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It depends, I guess. My PowerBook didn't come with Zinio, and my dad's did. It wont install, you must install it using software restore.
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It depends, I guess. My PowerBook didn't come with Zinio, and my dad's did. It wont install, you must install it using software restore.
what is zinio?
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