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Can't install Mavericks on my HD

Posted on 2014-04-08
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Today I got a message I can download Mavericks on the App Store for free and install it, upgrading from OS X 10.7.5. I did so but then got the message that I can't install Mavericks on my HD, for the exact message see the attachment. Beofre it told me that I am using ths volume for TimeMachine backups, which I don't.

Maybe of impoartnce: When I bought my MacBook I had the original HD exchanged with an SSD HD, might that play a role?

Thanky for any hints!
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by:strung
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There is no attachment.
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by:thuna72
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You are right...
mavericks.tiff
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Try the solution in this Apple KB

http://support.apple.com/kb/TS2986?
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worked like a charm. THANK YOU.
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