- 1 How do you reset Apple Air?
- 2 Where is the reset button on MacBook Air?
- 3 How do I restart my MacBook air after reset?
- 4 How do I reset the SMC on MacBook Air?
- 5 How do I know if SMC is reset?
- 6 What is an SMC reset on MacBook Air?
- 7 How do you reset the Nvram on a MacBook Air?
- 8 How do I empty my Mac cache?
- 9 How do I run a diagnostic on my Mac?
- 10 Will Internet Recovery wipe my Mac?
- 11 How do I restore my MacBook Air to factory settings without CD?
- 12 Why can’t I erase my Mac?
- 13 How do I restore my MacBook Air 2011 to factory settings?
- 14 How do you unlock a MacBook air without the password?
- 15 How do you unlock a stolen MacBook Air?
How do you reset Apple Air?
Press and hold the reset button for about 5 seconds, until the status light on the base station flashes amber rapidly. Then release the button. Wait about a minute for the base station to finish restarting. Open AirPort Utility, which is in the Utilities folder of your Applications folder.
How do I restart my MacBook air after reset?
On a Mac desktop:
- Shut down the Mac.
- Unplug it.
- Press the power button for 5 seconds.
- Plug the Mac back in.
- Turn on your Mac.
How do I reset the SMC on MacBook Air?
- Choose Apple menu > Shut Down and wait for your Mac to shut down.
- Press Shift-Control-Option on the left side of the built-in keyboard, then press the power button at the same time.
- Release all keys.
- Press the power button again to turn on your Mac.
How do I know if SMC is reset?
What is an SMC reset on MacBook Air?
How do you reset the Nvram on a MacBook Air?
How do I empty my Mac cache?
- Open Finder. From the Go menu, select Go to Folder
- A box will pop up. Type in ~/Library/Caches/ and then click Go.
- Your system, or library, caches will appear.
- Here you can open up each folder and delete unneeded cache files by dragging them to the Trash and then emptying it.
How do I run a diagnostic on my Mac?
- For those with iMacs or any desktop-based device: Disconnect all external drives and hardware devices, except for the keyboard, mouse, display, and speakers.
- Select Apple Menu > Restart.
- Press and hold the D key when the Mac is restarting.
- Apple Diagnostics will run automatically.
Will Internet Recovery wipe my Mac?
How do I restore my MacBook Air to factory settings without CD?
- Set the MacBook Pro to restart.
- Select “Disk Utility” from the next screen and click “Continue.” Choose your hard drive in the list and click “Erase.”
- Click the “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” option in the new dialog.