Category: external boot drive

  • How to Make a macOS Ventura Beta USB Installer

    How to Make a macOS Ventura Beta USB Installer

    Go to OSX Daily to read How to Make a macOS Ventura Beta USB Installer 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. […]

  • How to Make a MacOS Monterey Boot Installer Drive

    How to Make a MacOS Monterey Boot Installer Drive

    Go to OSX Daily to read How to Make a MacOS Monterey Boot Installer Drive 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 […]

  • Mac Won’t Boot from Bootable Install Disk? This Might Be Why

    Mac Won’t Boot from Bootable Install Disk? This Might Be Why

    Go to OSX Daily to read Mac Won’t Boot from Bootable Install Disk? This Might Be Why Trying to start a Mac from a boot disk but it’s not working? And you’re sure you created the boot drive properly? There may be a few different reasons for this. Some of the later model Intel Macs […]

  • Make a MacOS Monterey Beta Bootable USB Install Drive

    Make a MacOS Monterey Beta Bootable USB Install Drive

    Go to OSX Daily to read Make a MacOS Monterey Beta Bootable USB Install Drive Advanced Mac users may wish to create a bootable installer drive for macOS Monterey 12 beta. The typical advantages to creating a bootable install drive is that you can obviously boot a Mac from it, which enables the ability to […]

  • How to Boot T2 Mac from External Startup Drive

    How to Boot T2 Mac from External Startup Drive

    Go to OSX Daily to read How to Boot T2 Mac from External Startup Drive Newer Mac models with Touch ID, Touch Bar, and/or the T2 security chip default to having a secure boot mode that disallows booting the Mac from external startup drives. This security setting is recommended for most users to keep enabled, […]