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SSD drive not showing in disk utility

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My MacBook Pro was dropped and the HD broke, I went to repair it and long story short, it had to be booted from an external HD. A while later I stupidly formatted it and decided to purchase an SSD to prevent any more breakages. When I pressed CMD R on bootup and clicked “reinstall osx mountain lion” the SSD did not show up. I looked into it and there is no way for me to make a bootable USB drive to install osx on it as the Mac is my only one. Is there any way to to fix this or is my Mac permanently broken. My friend has a Mac and I was wondering if downloading it from her pc is viable.
 
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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display LateUnibody Mid 2012
MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display LateUnibody Mid 2012

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Modifica di: Caio Bezerra ,

Titolo:

SSD drive not showing in disk utility

Testo:

My MacBook Pro was dropped and the HD broke, I went to repair it and long story short, it had to be booted from an external HD. A while later I stupidly formatted it and decided to purchase an SSD to prevent any more breakages. When I pressed CMD R on bootup and clicked “reinstall osx mountain lion” the SSD did not show up. I looked into it and there is no way for me to make a bootable USB drive to install osx on it as the Mac is my only one. Is there any way to to fix this or is my Mac permanently broken. My friend has a Mac and I was wondering if downloading it from her pc is viable.
 
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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012

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Post originale di: Caio Bezerra ,

Titolo:

SSD drive not showing in disk utility

Testo:

My MacBook Pro was dropped and the HD broke, I went to repair it and long story short, it had to be booted from an external HD. A while later I stupidly formatted it and decided to purchase an SSD to prevent any more breakages. When I pressed CMD R on bootup and clicked “reinstall osx mountain  lion” the SSD did not show up. I looked into it and there is no way for me to make a bootable USB drive to install osx on it as the Mac is my only one. Is there any way to to fix this or is my Mac permanently broken. My friend has a Mac and I was wondering if downloading it from her pc is viable.

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MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Late 2012

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open