OS X Problem on my Macbook Pro
Hi, I got a slightly big problem with my MBP, late 2011 model.
I purchased this MBP as a used one. No CDs included. The OS it had when I got it was SL I think, and I upgraded it to ML using Lion Disk Maker. (I feel guilty now). So the problem is, when I saw that the new OS is free, I downloaded Mavericks right away. After the download, I restarted my MBP and hoping the installation would start. Eventually Utility showed up and it showed Re-install Mountain Lion, when I tried to re-install ML, a prompt came up saying that my Apple ID has no Mountain Lion purchased. So I was stuck. I can't buy ML on the Appstore since it's not there anymore, and I can't update to Mavericks.
So I'm back to my little usb with ML on it. I'm just wondering how can I upgrade to Mavericks, if I don't have a Snow Leopard CD, and can't buy Lion/ML on the Appstore anymore.