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    Account preference option missing from Mac Snow Leopard?

    I have 2-3 accounts created in my Mac which runs with Snow Leopard and now I wanted to remove the unused accounts but when I went to the System Preferences option I am unable to see the Account preference option at all it is completely missing. What might be the problem? How it got removed? What should I do to remove the user accounts in my Mac now?

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    mohammedfazil Array
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    Re: Account preference option missing from Mac Snow Leopard?

    THIS issue can be solved by restoring your mac to factory settings .....

    mac.jpg


    ====>Insert your mac book installation disk....

    =====>press the power off button and press the c button on the keyboard and power on your mac......


    =====>select the language after the mac boot and loading completes....

    =====>now click on the options window in the select destination window.

    =====>choose erase and install click continue....

    =====>now choose basic install and then click install once the installation completed reboot your mac and your mac will be resetted to factory settings and all your unwanted accounts will be deleted ....

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    mahhiads Array
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    Re: Account preference option missing from Mac Snow Leopard?

    Hello Friend,

    HT2490-MtLion-SystemPref-001-en.jpg

    System Preferences Option Show In The APPLE MENU...

    >> So Click On The APPLE MENU Than Find The SYSTEM PREFERENCES OPTION (Which Appear In The Upper Left Corner Of Screen)

    >> Than Click On The USER Option In The SYSTEM PREFERENCES Window

    >> Than Performed Action According To Your Need....

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    saicharan Array
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    Re: Account preference option missing from Mac Snow Leopard?

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say........

    This problem occurs when any of your windows files have been deleted
    accidentally or may be corrupted. Then you try to back up your system.
    So you can re-gain your lost files and you can fix your problem.

    Or try to format you Mac and re-install your Mac OS in your mac book.

    1.Firstly insert the Mac OS CD in your Mac book.

    2.Then you restart your mac.

    3.Then you try to install the software in your mac.

    4.Then continue the process and install that software in your mac.

    5.So you may fix your problem.

    Have a nice day............

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