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Hold your breath... MACs actually DO store serial number on the hard drive. After finding MAC address from my backup, I proceeded further and found the serial number itself in the same WirelessDiagnostics archive. Inside the archive there is a wifi-BPpiyL.log file which should contain the following lines: <airportd[30]> _initSystemGlobals: Model ...


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The original Apple "OS X Lion USB Thumb Drive" is a full upgrade, so you don't need your old DVD installer disks. Depending on your Mac and your update history you may even start to Internet recovery mode (hold altcmdR while booting until you see a spinning globe in the center of the screen) and install Lion then. You had to install a special Firmware ...


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You can do it, but you will need a friend's Macbook. First download the OSX app, you download it from app store. Then download Disk Maker X, by this app you can create Bootable USB. After creating bootable usb, plug it to your macbook and restart and hold alt, then you can see your usb and install the OSX.


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Fortunately the iMac can run Yosemite, the latest version of OS X. The only option you have is that find someone with a App Store account and ask him/her to get the OS for you as it's free to download for Mac users. Then make it bootable.


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You are only allowed to run a Server version of Snow Leopard in a virtual machine. From Lion you are allowed to run the same guest OS X as the running host OS X - and you are allowed to install a client version of the OS.



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