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-Depending on the OS these ran, you may need a DVD for the reinstall. The issue is internet recovery was not standard until 2011. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. ***Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.***
+Depending on the OS these ran, you may need a DVD for the reinstall. The issue is internet recovery was not standard until 2011. If you had it running 10.6-~10.8, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. ***Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.***
-To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or if you can use internet recovery), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery. If not you'll need to install [https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1492?locale=en_US|this EFI update].***
+To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or if you can use internet recovery), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery. If not you'll need to install [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1492?locale=en_US|this EFI update].***
If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-). If you wanted to as well, you can always make a USB boot drive and install that way. While yes you can directly download 10.13 and get there immediately, you may have to install a older OS to bump it up to being able to use internet recovery.
Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall. You do not need to enable WiFi anymore once you have MacOS reinstalled.

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Depending on the OS these ran, you may need a DVD for the reinstall. The issue is internet recovery was not standard until 2011. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. ***Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.***
-To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or if you can use internet recovery), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.***
+To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or if you can use internet recovery), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery. If not you'll need to install [https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1492?locale=en_US|this EFI update].***
If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-). If you wanted to as well, you can always make a USB boot drive and install that way. While yes you can directly download 10.13 and get there immediately, you may have to install a older OS to bump it up to being able to use internet recovery.
Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall. You do not need to enable WiFi anymore once you have MacOS reinstalled.

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Depending on the OS these ran, you may need a DVD for the reinstall. The issue is internet recovery was not standard until 2011. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. ***Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.***
-To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or internet recovery enabled), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.***
+To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or if you can use internet recovery), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.***
-If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-). If you wanted to as well, you can always make a USB boot drive and install that way.
+If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-). If you wanted to as well, you can always make a USB boot drive and install that way. While yes you can directly download 10.13 and get there immediately, you may have to install a older OS to bump it up to being able to use internet recovery.
Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall. You do not need to enable WiFi anymore once you have MacOS reinstalled.

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-Depending on the OS these ran, you need a DVD, or have internet recovery - it wasn’t until 2011 that internet recovery was standard. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. ***Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.***
+Depending on the OS these ran, you may need a DVD for the reinstall. The issue is internet recovery was not standard until 2011. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. ***Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.***
To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or internet recovery enabled), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.***
If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-). If you wanted to as well, you can always make a USB boot drive and install that way.
Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall. You do not need to enable WiFi anymore once you have MacOS reinstalled.

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Depending on the OS these ran, you need a DVD, or have internet recovery - it wasn’t until 2011 that internet recovery was standard. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. ***Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.***
To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or internet recovery enabled), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.***
If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-). If you wanted to as well, you can always make a USB boot drive and install that way.
-Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall.
+Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall. You do not need to enable WiFi anymore once you have MacOS reinstalled.

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Depending on the OS these ran, you need a DVD, or have internet recovery - it wasn’t until 2011 that internet recovery was standard. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. ***Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.***
To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or internet recovery enabled), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.***
-If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-).
+If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-). If you wanted to as well, you can always make a USB boot drive and install that way.
Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall.

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-Depending on the OS these ran, you need a DVD, or have internet recovery - it wasn’t until 2011 that internet recovery was standard. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.
+Depending on the OS these ran, you need a DVD, or have internet recovery - it wasn’t until 2011 that internet recovery was standard. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. ***Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.***
-To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or internet recovery enabled), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.
+To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or internet recovery enabled), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. ***Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.***
If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-).
Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall.

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-Depending on the OS these ran, you need a DVD, or have internet recovery - it wasn’t until 2011 that internet recovery was standard. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes.
+Depending on the OS these ran, you need a DVD, or have internet recovery - it wasn’t until 2011 that internet recovery was standard. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes. Make sure your SSD is not Fixed III, due to the MCP89 chipset! At the baseline, it needs to support SATA II/III.
To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or internet recovery enabled), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.
If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-).
Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall.

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Depending on the OS these ran, you need a DVD, or have internet recovery - it wasn’t until 2011 that internet recovery was standard. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes.
To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or internet recovery enabled), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.
-If not, download a copy of [https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-).
+If not, download a copy of [link|https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [link|https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-).
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+Once you do that, format it as HFS Extended (Journaled) in Disk Utility, and then you’re good to reinstall.

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Depending on the OS these ran, you need a DVD, or have internet recovery - it wasn’t until 2011 that internet recovery was standard. If you had it running 10.6-10.9, there is no internet recovery. However, 10.10-10.13 installations did enable it after the firmware upgrade done with these OSes.

To see if yours is one of the DVD required units (or internet recovery enabled), press Command+Option+R - the Option key is important as it forces internet recovery. Once you do that if you see a globe, you’re set to use internet recovery.

If not, download a copy of [https://support.apple.com/kb/DL2076?locale=en_US|10.8] and then install [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211683|High Sierra], and enable internet recovery :-).

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