Category: bootable install drive

How to Make a macOS Ventura Beta USB Installer

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Many advanced Mac users may wish to build a bootable macOS Ventura beta USB install drive, which makes it easy to install macOS Ventura beta onto multiple Macs, different volumes/partitions, and also can serve as a secondary boot recovery drive.


As usual with making a bootable MacOS installer, creating one for macOS Ventura beta requires the use of the Terminal application.

Prerequisites for making a macOS Ventura beta boot installer

You will also need the full macOS Ventura beta installer application. If you went to previously went to download and install Ventura…

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How to Make a MacOS Monterey Boot Installer Drive

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Some Mac users use bootable install USB drives for updating or installing MacOS Monterey onto a computer. If you’re wondering how to make a bootable macOS Monterey installer drive, we’ll walk through the process.

This is generally for more advanced users, typically who wish to use a bootable installer drive for erasing and formatting a Mac, clean installing, troubleshooting purposes, or updating multiple Macs to macOS Monterey without having to re-download the installer. For most users, the simplest way to install Monterey is the standard upgrade path….

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How to Create a macOS Big Sur Bootable Installer Drive

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Some Mac users find it helpful to create a bootable installer drive for macOS Big Sur. Typically this is done with a USB flash key or thumb drive, and it can be used to boot up a Mac, erase, format, and of course install macOS Big Sur onto any compatible hardware.

There are many useful reasons to have a bootable installer USB drive for macOS Big Sur, whether to perform updates, installs, clean installs, install onto multiple machines, have as a troubleshooting tool, and so much more. Whatever the reason you want one, let’s check out the process of making a…

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