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Usually this password is different from your Apple ID.

This password is used when you log in to your computer, and is sometimes required for settings changes.

If you are already using Time Machine, it is really easy to double check to see when your data was last backed up and to force Time Machine to do another backup if needed.

Just click the Time Machine icon to see when when your last backup was completed. When you plug in any external hard drive for the first time, a pop-up will appear asking if you would like to use it for Time Machine.

It follows earlier reports of A Western Digital spokesperson confirmed to ZDNet in an emailed statement that there were problems with Western Digital and other external hard drive problems experiencing data loss when updating to OS X Mavericks.

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In addition to a Time Machine backup, or instead of a Time Machine backup you can use an online backup services, although this can be much slower than using a local disk since it has to upload your data to the cloud and is not natively supported by OS X.

After entering in the administrator account information, OS X Mavericks prepares to install.

After a few minutes, your computer will automatically reboot to continue the installation process.

Western Digital "strongly urges our customers to uninstall these software applications on their systems before updating to OS X Mavericks, or delay upgrading," the spokesperson said.

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As a result of the possible connection between its own software range and the Apple desktop and notebook operating system, the company has pulled the aforementioned applications from its website while the investigation is ongoing.Having recently went through the process of updating a handful of Macs to the latest versions of OS X as part of a gifting tech support campaign, several Macs developed an odd flickering display problem that was only visible when an external monitor was connected to the Mac.