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August 3, at pm. Spaceman says:. If you have one of the two Mac models that originally shipped with OS X MacBook users, of course, all have a trackpad already. Alternatively, if you previously created a bootable Mavericks-install drive , a bootable Mountain Lion-install drive , a bootable Lion-install drive for older Macs or for newer Macs , or a separate Recovery drive , you can boot from that drive and use Disk Utility.

Both check your Mac for other hardware issues, such as bad RAM. Back up your Mac, and test that backup Let me say that again: Back up your Mac, and test that backup— before installing Mavericks. See our article on Mac backup plans for more info on backing up your Mac. I personally recommend creating a bootable clone backup using SuperDuper or Carbon Copy Cloner , although a Time Machine backup will do, as well.

The advantage of a clone backup is that you can get back up and running immediately if something goes wrong—a clone is a complete, bootable copy of your drive. The advantage of a Time Machine backup is that it keeps the most-recent and older versions of your documents. I personally back up using both methods. To test a Time Machine or other nonbootable backup, try restoring several files—both older ones and newer ones—to make sure you can recover your data should disaster strike.

Mavericks, like Mountain Lion and Lion before it, uses a different and much-improved approach to encryption, called FileVault 2. Most of these products interact with your drive and the OS at a low level, and an incompatibility with Mavericks could leave you unable to boot your Mac or, worse, unable to access your data at all. To do this in Mountain Lion, you open the Mac App Store app and check the Updates screen; any available updates to Mountain Lion and Apple software will appear at the top of the window.

Regardless of your version of OS X, you should also check for updated firmware for your particular Mac model.