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Xxemberxx

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So, I bought this MacBook a1466(emc2925) that had a password lock. I thought it was going to be no hassle factory resetting it. Well,i was having problems. I tried a couple things out and nothing. Then somewhere in a forum I read to press shift/cntrl/option/power for ten seconds. So I did so, and now when the laptop boots, it has a black folder with a question mark inside of it. I tried command/r and I get a -2003f message. What do I do
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Internet Recovery error.  Probably no access to the Internet especially if it only has wireless and doesn't know the password for any WiFi networks.

 

See if any of the hints on this page help:

 

https://discussions....012622?tstart=0


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