How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

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These are video and text instructions on how to install Mac OS X Lion from the Mac App Store. Before beginning make sure to backup all your important files.



Step One
Make sure all your application are closed and launch the Mac App Store from your dock.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Two
Click to select Mac OS X Lion from the Top Paid list on the right.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Three
Click the $29.99 button under the icon at the top left of the window.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Four
Click the green Buy App button that appears.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Five
You'll now be asked to login with your Apple ID and password. If you don't have click the Create Apple ID button. Enter your ID and password then click the Sign In button.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Six
You'll notice Lion jump into your dock and download of the 3.74GB installer will begin. To view a detailed estimate of the time remaining to download, click the Purchases tab at the top of the Mac App Store window.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Six
Once the download has completed an install wizard will appear. Click the Continue button to begin.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Seven
Read through the Software License Agreement and click the Agree button.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Click the Agree button again from the popup window to confirm your selection.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Eight
The installer will attempt to detect the drive to install to. If you want to install Mac OS X Lion on a different drive click the Show All Disks button.

To begin installation on the selected drive click the Install button.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Nine
After a few minutes of preparation the computer will reboot.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Ten
Once your computer has restarted the installation will begin. This process will take about 30 minutes.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

You'll be informed when Mac OS X Lion is installed successfully and your computer will automatically reboot again.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

Step Eleven
Once your computer has restarted the second time you will be ready to go on your new installation of Mac OS X Lion.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]

A setup assistant window will appear to help you learn the new scrolling direction default in Lion. You can change this in the System Preference if you so desire.
How to Install Mac OS X Lion From the Mac App Store [Video]


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Nir Hus - July 21, 2011 at 1:01pm
Wow, simple and easy to install, fast download. Price is perfect, Nir Hus MD., PhD, www.nirhus.com
ZK - July 21, 2011 at 7:20am
I just finished the installation on my Mac book pro. However, upon restart the system is asking for a name and password. What should I insert in those field. The only buttons appearing are sleep, restart, and shutdown. Thx
Dont Pirate Stuff - July 21, 2011 at 7:10am
If the downloader of the software enjoys it, please support Apple Inc. and buy the software. If you do not like the software, please remove it from your machine. A direct download of Mac OS X Lion is available at : http://bit.ly/qh9JeT
huh? - July 21, 2011 at 4:07pm
that link is for the gm version i already have im trying to figure out if i need to upgrade to retail or not
Luis - July 21, 2011 at 3:36am
Does it delete all your files currently on your drive? If you have boot camp on a partition does it mess that up too?
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