How Do I Factory Reset 2.2GHZ MacBook 2007

My MacBook works slowly, and sometimes its freezes in the process. I would like to factory reset my MacBook 2007 to make it works normally, and it may become quick. How do I factory reset my 2.2GHZ MacBook 2007?

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Brithny· Answered on Sep 08, 2023

Suppose you want to factory reset 2.2GHZ MacBook 2007 for its slow speed in the process, or you are facing an unsolvable bug, trading your MacBook, etc. In this case, follow the steps below to factory reset MacBook:

Step 1. Go to 'System Preferences > Erase All Content and Settings' on the menu bar.

Step 2. Enter your MacBook's account and password when the system prompts, and click 'OK' to continue.

Note: If you forget your password, you can still factory reset MacBook Air without a password.

Step 3. Follow the constructions and reset your MacBook 2007.

In addition, you can reset PRAM by the following steps:

Step 1. Press the power button of your MacBook 2007.

Step 2. Hold the 'Command + Option + P + R' keys on your keyboard until your MacBook reboots again.

Step 3. Release those keys, and your MacBook 2007 will restart normally.

After you factory reset your MacBook 2007, your files may be deleted in the resetting if you didn't make a backup. Don't worry, the powerful data recovery tool, EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac, can help users retrieve their lost/deleted data in three clicks.

Step 1. Install and launch the EaseUS data recovery software, and select the partition of the lost/deleted files stored before.

Step 2. Click 'Scan' to view all data and files on the selected partition, including lost, deleted, and existing files.

Step 3. Choose the files you want to restore, click 'Recover' to get them back, and save them to a new location.

Or if you have backups in Time Machine, you can easily restore your lost/deleted files.

Read More: (2023) How to Restore from Time Machine: for Data Recovery and macOS Recovery

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