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    How to create an Apple Mac OS X Lion Recovery Disk

    Easy steps to get back Apple OS



    Apple has released a new tool that will allow Mac OS X Lion users to create a back up recovery USB so that they will be able to quickly install the OS again should anything go wrong. Prior to this, unlucky users have had to go through laborious task of installing Snow Leopard first and re-downloading Lion from the App Store.

    With the advent of Lion, there is now a new "recovery partition" within the OS that allows you to quickly solve problems if something goes wrong.

    To access that recovery drive, all you need to do is press and hold down the Option key - that's the left alt or the one with the funny squiggly line - and reboot your computer.

    Doing so will give you the option to boot via the new Mac OS X Lion Recovery Disc, do so and you'll be on your way.

    Where the new Recovery Disk Assistant comes in is if you are installing a new hard drive because your old one has died and you can't access that new recovery disk on your Mac.

    "The Lion Recovery Disk Assistant lets you create Lion Recovery on an external drive that has all of the same capabilities as the built-in Lion Recovery: reinstall Lion, repair the disk using Disk Utility, restore from a Time Machine backup, or browse the web with Safari," cites Apple.


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