I chose the latter, as it would also erase the hard drive before restoring.
In about an hour, the iMac was back up and running identically to how it was about a week ago, and the 400 gigs of unexplained disk content was gone.
If you no longer have the Snow Leopard OS.6.3 Retail DVD, to use for utilitarian or install-restore-repair, you could order one from the online Apple Store for about.
Thought I had a link to a helpful page of instructions that could help if you were to clean do gta san andreas multiplayer baixaki install or erase/install, such as one may do if preparing a Mac for resale but can't find my bookmark just now.To go further, some users will totally erase (secure erase, overwrites HDD with zeros) then reformat the drive, and then perform an all-new installation from scratch.Let us know in the comments and we'll help you out.I hoped this would remove the 400 gigs of unexplained content on the drive.If all has gone well, your Mac is able to restart and boot normally again.Under ordinary circumstances, your applications and data should be safe and intact.Make sure your Mac's hard drive (disk icon) is selected and click Install Type in your Apple ID and password then click the Sign In button.Disk Utility will launch.My wife works primarily through email.
It'll let you reinstall your current operating system via the internet, provided your Mac can maintain a network connection.
Level 1 (6 points sep 18, 2017 11:04 AM in response to Eric Root, thanks, I'm going to try the SeaMonkey route, see if that works, as to be honest it's just internet stuff I'm struggling with as certain pages where I need to edit.
The speed of this process entirely depends on your Mac's connection speed to the Internet.Step 2: Check your Mac's hard drive.Click the first disk icon that appears in the sidebar on the left.Click the, repair Disk button.He suggested I try Command R while rebooting.Some users set up a new replacement drive ahead of installation if their computer is working, by use of external drive enclosure of the type to utilize the same kind of hard drive or SSD size, prior to installing.