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hi guys, what is the easiest way to reformat my whole mac and make it as if it were new again? I have all the disks I got with it, what is the easiest way?

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Your Mac's Specs
MacBook CoreDuo
1. stick in the restore disc
2. restart computer
3. hold D(I think its D) while it boots so it goes to the disc.
4. select disk utilities from the menu bar at the top
5. select your HDD
6. select "reformat"
 

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