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Psystar clones "do not support Leopard reinstallation"

As if you weren't wary already.

By Apr. 24, 2008


Boot Camp assistant requring OS X reinstallation.

If you have many files on your hard drive and have extensively used it (i.e., updating your system many times), you may not be able to install Boot Camp and will get an error regarding the inability to partition and set up the drive.

By Aug. 4, 2009


QuickTime 7.4.5: app launching problems: try reinstallation; more

Try the standalone download.

By Apr. 11, 2008


Boot Camp resolution problems fixed with graphics driver reinstallation.

There may be times when booting into Windows via Boot Camp may not display the desired screen resolution. In some instances this might happen after attempting to customize the hardware or driver setups in windows, but in other instances may happen from

By Jun. 29, 2009


Some new Macs unable to reinstall Mountain Lion

If you are having problems downloading Mountain Lion to your new Mac from the Mac App Store, you may not be alone.

By Feb. 27, 2013


Apple keeps Mountain Lion up-to-date in the Mac App store

Apple has updated the version of Mountain Lion in its Mac App Store to reflect the latest OS X 10.8.1 release.

By Aug. 24, 2012


Troubleshooting Palm Desktop 4.1: iSync ability disabled

Troubleshooting Palm Desktop 4.1: iSync ability disabled

By Apr. 29, 2003


Time Machine and AirPort Update 1.0 prevents Mac OS X 10.5.2 combo installation; fix

A trusty solution blocked; and a workaround.

By Apr. 1, 2008


Applications may break after reinstalling OS X

Sometimes a reinstall of the operating system is the easiest way to tackle multiple or nonsuperficial problems with computers, since doing this will refresh the underlying operating system software and hopefully clear any corruption and configurations that may be causing the issues. Apple has progressively made the process of reinstalling easier, to the point where now it is practically seamless to pop in the Snow Leopard installation DVD and run a reinstallation, then perform an auto-update and be right back where you were, maybe. In some instances, after performing reinstallations people may find certain applications will not work anymore.

By Oct. 19, 2010


Differences between update options for OS X

Updates for OS X are offered in three basic options: through Software Update, as a smaller "Delta" updater, and as a larger "Combo" updater. Here are the differences between these.

By May. 18, 2011