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This article explains how to remove the OS X system image from a hard drive.

Read more This article assumes you have already downloaded and installed OS X and are ready to start.

There are several ways to remove an OS X image from your system: using a file that has been installed, installing the OS on a USB flash drive or using the Mac OS Extended Media Converter (EMC).

We’ll show you how to download the latest version of the EMC.

How to Remove OS X on a Flash Drive or USB flash Drive Using a USB Flash Drive: Mac OS 10.6 Mavericks uses a method called “flash sync” to synchronise your Macs hard drive with the internet.

You can find the latest information on how to set this up on our article about setting up your Mac to sync with the web.

To get started, plug your USB flashdrive into your Mac, boot up your computer and then open up System Preferences.

This will open up a new window that will allow you to change some settings.

You will see a new tab called System Preferences: click the button that says “System Preferences”.

The window that opens will allow us to set the settings of System Preferences so that it can access the internet and make changes to the system.

Once System Preferences is open, we’ll see that it has the option to sync your Mac with the cloud: this is useful if you are working from your home computer.

We can choose to do this by clicking the button on the top of the window that says ‘Sync with cloud’ and then click the ‘Next’.

In the next window, we will have to select the drive letter on which to sync.

Click the ‘Sync Drive’ button.

Click ‘Next’ to continue.

Click “Add” to create a new USB flash device.

This is a simple text field that allows us to specify what to do with the USB flash stick.

In the following example, the USB stick has been selected as the location for the OS to install.

When you have created a USB stick, you’ll notice that it now has an option to create another USB stick: this will create a backup of the data on the stick so that you can revert to a previous copy of the OS.

Click on “Create Backup” to start creating a backup.

When this completes, click “Close”.

In the last window that appears, click on “Add File” to add a new file to the backup.

The file that you are adding to the drive should be named “Mac OS Extended”.

The name of the file is the extension of the filename.

In this example, we have added “macOS Extended” to the file name.

Next, we can create a shortcut to the Mac Extended file by clicking on the ‘Mac Extended’ icon.

A menu should appear to the left of the Mac file: click on the icon to open up the shortcut menu.

Click in the box next to “Add New” and choose “Add Shortcut”.

You will now see a window with a ‘Mac OS Extension’ option, select this to add an extension to the shortcut.

This option will give us a folder on our hard drive called “Mac Extended” and we will be able to select this folder to copy the files that we have downloaded.

Clicking on the “Mac Extension” folder opens up the file browser window that we created.

When the file that we want to copy is downloaded, click the “Copy” button and follow the onscreen instructions.

Once the files are copied, you will see the Mac Extension icon on your screen.

Now that the Mac Extensions folder is on your computer, we need to find the file we want.

The quickest way to do that is to open Finder.

When we are in Finder, click in the search box and type “MacExtension”.

If you’re using OS X 10.5 Mavericks, it will open a new Finder window.

When it does, click your hard disk and then hit the “Browse” button.

You should now see the folder that you opened when you opened Finder.

Click this folder and the Finder window should open up.

Now, we must open the folder named “OS Extended”.

We will open it by clicking it, selecting “Open” and then choosing “Browge”.

The “Open Folder” window will open, select the MacExtension folder and then the “File” menu option: click “Browm” to open the file explorer window.

In Finder, we are going to browse to the folder we just created and select the “OS Extension” file.

If you are using OS 10, it may look like this: This is because the extension is in the name of an existing file: this means that the extension name is what we will see when we navigate to this folder.

To open this file, we select “Open with…”.

When that is done, you should see a menu bar appear on your