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I had the exact same problem. The one easy solution is ReiBoot. It's no scam and you can easily leave the recovery mode with just one click. After that, you can install it without further problems.
If you have another mac at home, I recommend using the OS X Recovery Disk Assistant to clone the recovery partition. Then just insert the USB into the non-functional Mac and boot from the USB, as this will allow reinstallation of the OS. Tip: only use these steps if the built-in recovery partition is not accessible. After taking these steps I would strongly ...
One sentence answer: you accidentally turned on Restrictions. (Settings>General>Restrictions) Just slide the switches next to Safari and App Store. That's it.
I had the exact same problem and when I turned off all restrictions in Settings/General on my iPhone, the Safari app reappeared. No need to re-install software or anything else...
Some drives have the sudden motion sensor (SMS) built-in. On my 2011 15" Macbook Pro the Toshiba drive has it built-in. I can confirm this because when I simulate a 'drop' I can hear the drive heads park. When I disable SMS through Trim Enabler and do the drop, there is no clicking. My Toshiba sits in the opti-bay. My SSD sits in the drive bay. I am ...
Install OSX 10.8. Should be no problem on a 2010 MacBook Pro. Boot the new system, launch AppStore and install 10.9. Did you do this? Why do you involve a Windows 7 machine (which cannot help you here) ?
Here you go with the screen shot of download button.
iMovie costs $14.99 on the Mac App Store. New Mac computers include iMovie (and other creativity/productivity apps) for free. However, the free pricing is not offered for older Macs, as is outlined in the small print/asterisk note on this page. * Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are free on the Mac App Store for qualifying Mac computers purchased on or ...
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