[iBook] How to restore to "new, out of the box" state?

gooddog at interlync.com gooddog at interlync.com
Sun Dec 24 14:03:06 PST 2006

Thank you, Gary. We're down to the wire, and this helps.

On Dec 24, 2006, at 10:30 AM, Gary Archer wrote:

> On 12/23/06 4:57 AM, "gooddog at interlync.com"  
> <gooddog at interlync.com> wrote:
> > On the subject of my iBook going to the 14 year old for Christmas, I
> > have lost my instructions for restoring the iBook back to how it
> > arrived. The idea was to put it back to the way it was so that when
> > the boy opens it, turns it on, he will be seeing it as if it were
> > new, with the welcome screen, and the set-up.
> >
> > Can anyone point me to these directions? I have a memory of starting
> > up from the cd, doing a erase and install, and then there was  
> another
> > step that enabled this "new, outofthebox" piece, but I'm a blank.
> >
> > Thanks for your help, and "happy holidays".
> >
> Boot from the Software Restore CD's (CD1) (not the OS X install  
> CD).  Select
> and format the HD, give it the name Macintosh HD for completeness.   
> My iBook
> has 5 Software Restore CD's, three OS X CD's a TechTool CD (from the
> AppleCare Support) .
> Gary
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