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Hello all, I'm new to the forum and working with mac's.  I am to install a fresh copy of Yosemite 10.10 on iMac model a1224.  It had Yosemite  10.10 installed but I needed to do a factory reset since it was used.  I created an apple id and set about performing a factory reset.  I thought everything was going fine until it was time to install the OS from the internet.  I kept getting the message that the product I was trying to download was temporarily unavailable.  I tried for a few days to now avial then decided to attempt to find it on the internet.  I found a youtube video using the hackintosh version so if followed instructions and created a bootable usb but I can't get it to work on this mac.  The OS seems to install to '~6 minutes remaining and never goes farther.  I tried again this morning and it got to the 6 minute point and gave the following error: OS X could not be installed on your computer.  An error occurred while running scripts from the package "AppleTyMCEBackup.pkg".  I would sure appreciate any suggestions of guidance you can offer.  Thanks in advance for your help. 

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