This is the most silly question I'll ever ask, and I'm sorry for this.
But doing the following:
Step 1: https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/os-x-mavericks/id675248567
Step 2: http://www.apple.com/osx/how-to-upgrade/
I assumed there would be at least ONE way of downloading Mavericks, since.. It's free.. But aparently Apple assumes that 2014 was the year of removing download buttons?
I have a blank Mac Book Pro 2010.
This in turn has a OS X 10.8 DVD with it.
All I need, is to reinstall the machine!
I do not have a friend with a mac. I do not have a Apple store near by. I don't have Itunes (and can't install it either).
I do however have a DVD burner, a extremely fast internet and I don't mind fiddling in the command promt.
Any ideas what I could do? Again, sorry for this shitty question, been reinstalling Machines for over 15 years but never have a machine been this much of a headache.
This is what the site looks to like me...
For those who don't understand the dilemma of me having a 10.8 DVD. According to their own forums, they've discontinued 10.8 as a installation option from the app store. They referr you to the Mavericks installation which should be a two press installation.. Assuming you have Another apple Product near by.
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