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Mac Boot Keys
All Mac Boot keys combinations. Comprehensive 5 minute tutorial.
Views: 72545 Roman Gorban
How to change boot order in MacBook Pro
Hold Alt key during booting
How to boot your mac from a USB bootable device
The OS on my Mac recently stopped working and in order to fix the issue I needed to use a bootable USB drive to reinstall the OS. I'm going to take you through a quick run through on how to boot your mac from a usb drive.
Views: 29068 TheMvegastyle
How to Create a Mac OS X USB Boot Drive in Recovery Mode
In this tutorial I show you how you can create a boot drive for your Mac using the Mac's recovery system. This is the easiest and most practical way of creating a boot drive for your Mac. If for any reason you cannot boot to our Mac using Command+R or Command+Option+R, you can try creating a USB boot drive for your Mac in Windows by following my tutorial at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OpF0jJMJzI If you have any questions about any of this, please leave a comment below. As always, if you enjoyed the video, please click like, share, and subscribe :) Thanks guys. Kevin --- Connect With Me --- Website: http://www.kevinmuldoon.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/KevinMuldoon Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kevinmuldoondotcom Google+: https://plus.google.com/+KevinMuldoon/
Views: 69916 Kevin Muldoon
Boot Camp: How to set a default Startup Disk in OS X
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How to Boot any Mac into a boot device with Windows keyboard
The keyboard shortcuts for Mac are - 1. For a Windows keyboard press the start button on your Mac once then immediately hold down 'Alt' until the boot device screen appears. 2. For a mac (Apple keyboard its 'Option and 'R') To boot into a boot device for a Windows computer usually its F12 as soon as the options appear at the bottom of the screen.
Views: 6065 Ratcat17
How to Fix a Mac Laptop Stuck on a Boot Screen
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How to: Boot Mac in Verbose Mode
I show you how to set your Mac to boot in Verbose mode on every startup without holding down Command + V. To enable Verbose boot: sudo nvram boot-args="-v" To disable Verbose boot: sudo nvram boot-args= --- Graphic Design Website: https://lightmandesigns.com/ Graphic Design Channel: http://youtube.com/LightmanDesigns Gaming Channel: http://e4i.me/e4igaming Follow Me On Twitter: http://e4i.me/IL7Suh Instagram: http://e4i.me/L9ONT8 Facebook: http://e4i.me/L0msj4 Buying something on Amazon? Use my referral link and help me out!: http://e4i.me/IF2yb5 Outro Track (Attribution 3.0 Creative Commons License): "Deadmau5 - Strobe (Dirty Bangerz Remix)" Uploaded by xhizors (http://soundcloud.com/xhizors/deadmau5-strobe-dirty-bangerz) How to Boot Mac in Verbose Mode How to Boot Mac in Verbose Mode How to Boot Mac in Verbose Mode
Views: 13887 Lighty
Mac OS X fixit - How to speed up slow mac computer boot up
how to speed up slow macintosh computer startup time
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OS X - Boot to the Recovery Partition in Lion/Mountain Lion
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Views: 77465 thetechnologycloset
mac os x sierra/high sierra master boot option missing under partitioning usb (fix)
If u have any issues then leave a comment here
Views: 2460 Imad Ud Din
How to make a Bootable External Hard drive for a Mac with multiple Operating Systems
This is a quick video on how to create a bootable hard drive and install 3 Operating Systems. For this video we are going to install 10.10 Yosemite, 10.11 El Capitan, 10.12 macOS Sierra. You must create a bootable USB of each of the Operating system before you reboot the machine to run the installer. Here is a link to the website to help you do this. http://macuser.org.uk/2017/02/02/command-line-to-create-usb-os-stick/ Once you have created your USB Bootable OSX drive reboot the machine you will use to install the OS to the external drive. YOU MUST PRESS THE ALT KEY ON THE REBOOT. This will open up the bootable options for the machine. Select the USB bootable installer you created and run through the installer selecting the Ext hard drive for that OSX as seen in the early part of this video i.e Yosemite 1010. Once the OSX is installed create use for the new OSX you just installed on that drive and run the updates. Repeat the process for all other OSX you want to install. Remember only certain machines will boot certain OSX systems. In short anything under 2010 will not install macOS Sierra (there are a few exceptions) Here is the video on how to create a USB installer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOjyy5L23R0&feature=youtu.be Here is my webpage going through the steps of the video http://macuser.org.uk/2017/03/11/make-bootable-external-operating-system-hard-drive/#more-311 www.macuser.org.uk Help support this channel through paypal click here http://bit.ly/2m2yuCy https://www.facebook.com/MacUser-1341663389206159/ https://www.minds.com/mac_user
Views: 12235 mac user
How to Run MAC OSX on a WINDOWS PC (Clover Boot-loader)
In this video I will explaining to you how I was able to run Mac OS High Sierra and windows 10 on my custom built pc using the clover boot loader. This was a very hard thing to get working but once I finally figured it out it worked perfectly. The way that this works is that every time you boot up your computer the bios directs you to a boot-loader which asks you which OS you'd like to run. You simply select the OS and hit enter and there you go. Some people may refer to this as a hackintosh. Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE for more content! Want To Support This Channel? Bitcoin: 1PbkAYLFaJBgjbKn2ptGyBz65xWN8hJgBU Ethereum: 0xdd42dbbdba60f7163fc7a840e189474b6e8bfcad Ripple: rD4arM9CVjQWqi8f1kxdpCgkCgEkqBgtud Please leave a LIKE and SUBSCRIBE for more content! Tags: - Tech - Tech With Tim - Crypto - Programming - Coding - Pygame - Python Tutorials - Hackintosh - How to run mac os on windows - How to make a hackintosh - Running mac os high Sierra on windows - Dual Boot mac and windows - Clover Boot-Loader - Clover Boot-Loader setup
Views: 22585 Tech With Tim
Create a Bootable USB Flash Drive for macOS Sierra (Step by Step)
In this video I will show you how to create a bootable USB Flash Drive for macOS Sierra, and will also show you why you need it and how to use it in the future if required. Requirements to create a bootable USB Flash Drive for macOS Sierra: 1 - 8GB (or more) of USB Flash Drive 2 - Downloaded copy of macOS Sierra (will show you how) COPY AND PASTE THIS COMMAND: sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/sierraInstall --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app --nointeraction --------------- FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA ----------------- Follow me on twitter : http://twitter.com/sakitechonline Follow me on Instagram: http://instagram.com/sakitechonline Follow me on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sakitechonline Follow me on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+sakitech My Website: http://sakitechonline.com
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All previous comments restored. In this easy tutorial you will learn how to create a bootable dvd or usb pendrive from a DMG file under Windows 7 to 10 . Download TransMac as a zip or executable: tmsetup.zip | tmsetup.exe Trial limitation: All features are the same but TransMac will run for 15 days from installation to allow user evaluation. After that a license key must be purchased and entered to allow continued use. System requirements: Any version of Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP. Changes in latest version: changelog. Buy TransMac (US $59.00 for single user license. Site and multiple license discounts available) Features: Apple File System (APFS) volume read support. Open Mac APFS/HFS/HFS+ format disk drives, flash drives, CD/DVD/Blu-ray media, HD floppies, dmg, dmgpart, sparsebundle and sparseimage files. Copy files to Mac HFS+ disks and dmg images. Format as HFS+ for Mac . Save and restore images of disks and flash drives. Create, compress, expand and split dmg files. Built in burner functionality to burn ISO and dmg files directly to CD/DVD/Blu-Ray. Read Mac multisession and hybrid CDs. View partition layout. With thanks to TRANSMAC download the software called TRANSMAC from here http://www.acutesystems.com/scrtm.htm Music Video montage Idea and released by Channel48 Presented by Puck Darlington (c) 2018 SUBSCRIBE to my CHANNEL and HIT this video LIKE if it worked out for you .
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How to Fix a Mac not Booting up (Part I)
This video discusses several solutions that can be utilized to fix apple computers not booting up.
Views: 420365 Ali Mirmehdi
How To Boot Into Safe Mode on a Mac
Here is a guide on how to boot your Apple computer into safe mode.
Views: 124296 GottaBeMobile
Mac: How To Fix A Kernel Panic / OS Upgrade Startup Boot Error (2018)
Can't boot up your Mac after upgrading your OS? Are you facing a kernel panic error? Don't worry, here's how you can fix it! 1. Boot up your Mac by pressing on the power button. 2. Hold down the Command (⌘) + Option (⌥) + R combination immediately upon hearing the startup chime. 3. Hold the keys until the animated globe appears on the screen. 4. In the next step, a Wi-Fi menu appears. Select your Wi-Fi network and enter your password. (If you’re using Ethernet, you don’t have to connect to a Wi-Fi). 5. Once connected to a Wi-Fi, it’ll download the recovery tools from Apple’s servers. 6. Depending on your Internet connection, this may take from a couple of minutes to up to an hour or longer. 7. If all goes well, you’ll be presented with the macOS Utilities window. 8. There are 2 options from here. a) Erase HD and restore files from Time Machine b) Clean install OS (All files will be deleted) Time Machine Restore 1. Now if you have your files backed up with Time Machine you can try restoring your files. 2. Select "Disk Utility". 3. Select the corrupted Hard Drive and navigate to the "Erase" tab. 4. Select "Mac OS Extended (Journaled) for the format. 5. Enter the name of your Hard Drive and select "Erase". (WARNING: This will permanently delete all of your files.) 6. Once you've erased your Hard Drive, back out and select "Restore From Time Machine Backup" 7. Now select your backup USB / External Drive source. 8. Select the backup you want to restore from. 9. Select the Hard Drive you just erased and restore it. 10. And finally, select "Continue". 11. Now just wait until it restores your backup! 12. Congratulations, you just saved your files and Mac! Clean OS Format Install 1. Now if you don't have a Time Machine backup, the only way to fix your Mac is by reinstalling the factory OS. (This will permanently delete all of your files). 2. Select "Reinstall OS X" 3. The factory (default) OS will be installed on your Mac. 4. Press "Continue". It will verify your Mac's eligibility with Apple. 5. Press "Agree" 6. Choose your Hard Drive and select "Install". 7. It will now start downloading additional components. 8. Your Mac will restart and the installation process will begin. 9. Be very patient. This may take a while. 10. Once you see the "Welcome" screen, set up your Mac. 11. Choose your keyboard layout. 12. Select your Wi-Fi network. 13. Transfer information (We prefer skipping) 14. Sign into your Apple ID (We prefer skipping) 15. Read the terms & conditions and select "Agree". 16. Create your account. 17. Setup your diagnostics and usage (We prefer skipping) 18. Congratulation, you've fixed your Mac. Mac: How To Fix A Kernel Panic / OS Upgrade Startup Boot Error (2018)
Views: 30852 Port Squad
Enter windows 7 boot option on apple bootcamp
Sometime we don't know how to enter safe mode,recovery,repair method for windows on apple bootcamp but it just easy its same as on your pc but in my experience i must press fn key otherwise the system can't go to boot option The content is just sane like on pc but the trackpad is scary Macbook pro retina 2013 15 inch baseline
Views: 54217 Reinaldo Fanuel
How To: Boot Mac OS From An External SSD
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HOW TO: Choose your startup disk on Mac
You can permanently change your startup disk or temporarily change your startup disk on your Mac. Learn both methods in this handy video tutorial. Specially created for Max OS X 10.11 El Capitan. ~Gear I use~ Camera I use: https://amzn.to/2GyStT0 New favorite lens for it: https://amzn.to/2JjJJ4P Other great lens: https://amzn.to/2JeKHPI ^But you need this adapter: https://amzn.to/2IrKaJg BEST affordable lens: https://amzn.to/2GxrPhe Microphone I use: https://amzn.to/2JgH8sr Mic stand/boom pole: https://amzn.to/2EhGQhd Lighting Kit: https://amzn.to/2EiGhUq Awesome portable audio recorder: https://amzn.to/2GVI47r Visit us at iDownloadBlog.com for more Apple news and videos! Download the free iDB app for the latest news! https://goo.gl/bY6OvS TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/iDownloadBlog FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/iDownloadBlog INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/idownloadblog/ TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/_craycraft BUSINESS INQUIRIES: [email protected] SUBSCRIBE! http://bit.ly/sub2iDB WATCH MY MOST POPULAR VIDEOS!: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HetP3dgqCc&list=PLNV0fSkA0k9-Rc0SEbIh0RnhRhNQvbsxX About iDB iDownloadBlog (iDB) was founded in May 2008 as a weblog focused on delivering Apple news, reviews, editorials as well as guides and tutorials about the iPhone, iPad, everything iOS, and Mac. iDB has evolved over the years to cover more content including HomeKit (or other smart home technologies), Apple TV, Apple Watch, and other leading trends in the tech industry. The site is updated multiple times daily by several editors and writers working from around the world. HOW TO: Choose your startup disk on Mac https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Px6tv29WP4 iDB https://www.youtube.com/myjailbreakmovies
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How to Create a Mac OS X USB Boot Drive on Windows
This tutorial will help you create a bootable USB flash drive for your Mac on a Windows computer. In order for this to work you should have a USB flash drive. The one I used in my tutorial was 16GB in size, but it will work with any flash drive that is 8GB in size or higher. Open command prompt as an administrator and enter the following commands to convert your USB drive from MBR to GPT fomat: diskpart list disk select disk X (where X is the number of your USB flash drive) clean convert GPT create partition primary Transmac can be downloaded from AcuteSystems.com at http://www.acutesystems.com/scrtm.htm The application costs a one off fee of £59, however you can use Transmac without any restrictions for fifteen days. That's more than enough time to do what you need to do. If you search online for "OS X DMG Download" you will find many websites that host the DMG file for your Mac's operating system. It should be around 6GB in size. The website I used was http://macdrug.com/. Downloading directly from their server was super slow so I downloaded the DMG file via the torrent file available instead. Once you have your USB boot drive, you can boot up from the drive by inserting the USB drive into your Mac and then pressing the option (⌥) key as soon as your computer loads. This will allow you to select which drive you boot from. If you see the no/prohibited/forbidden symbol after selecting your USB drive to boot (it's like a circle with a line through it i.e. ø), try and go back into the recovery area by pressing command and R when your Mac is loading and unmounting the drive. There is a good discussion about this issue at http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/when-booting-from-usb-i-get-circle-with-line-through-it.1411034/ Some people had better luck entering into safe mode using command and S - see the discussion at http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/circle-slash-prohibitory-sign-and-spinning-gear-no-boot.683873/ There is a lot of great information about the prohibited symbol at https://bombich.com/kb/ccc4/help-my-clone-wont-boot too. I'd love to hear your thoughts on this so please leave a comment below. As always, if you enjoyed the video, please click like, share, and subscribe :) Thanks guys. Kevin --- Connect With Me --- Website: http://www.kevinmuldoon.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/KevinMuldoon Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kevinmuldoondotcom Google+: https://plus.google.com/+KevinMuldoon/
Views: 274283 Kevin Muldoon
Mac won't boot - SOLVED
In this video you will see how to fix boot problem on MAC OS X Since yesterday I'm having problems with booting my Mac, it shows some king of EFI booting instead of my Mac OS X boot drive. Have been looking for an answer on the web and Apple site. All of this came out with no progress to my problem. I had solve this problem on my own, and have made a video on how with just 5 steps you can fix the EFI boot problem on your Mac if you will have it too.
Views: 108279 Malutin R&T
Create a Bootable USB Sierra Installer in Mac OS X 10.12
**Sierra is not advertised on the Mac App Store any longer. It's available but hidden. To find it, check out this video: https://youtu.be/bWCmk-MimDE **Check out our latest video for Mac OS Mojave 10.14 at: https://youtu.be/wfpmXbqOieE **Check out our updated video for Mac OS X High Sierra 10.13 at: https://youtu.be/Zcs4EsOOnI0 This video shows you how to create a bootable USB Flash Drive Mac OS X Installer. You will be able to boot most Macs from it and then install Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra without needing to re-download the installer for each Mac. You can also use it to format the internal drive of a Mac using the built in Disk Utility, this is also covered in the video. You will need a 8GB or larger USB Flash Drive (aka USB key). Make sure it's empty, because you'll be deleting everything on it during the process of making the installer. You will use a command in the Terminal. Make sure you type it correctly, or you will get an "unknown command" error. Here is the command for your reference: sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/SierraBootInstall --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app --nointeraction &&say Done If you have any questions or suggestions for new tutorial videos you would like us to post, please put them in the comments below. If you would like to arrange one-on-one help or remote help, please contact us through our website at: http://www.gemsbok.ca
Mac OSx : eliminare le boot entries mediante Clover
Eliminare le boot entries del Bios mediante Shell Clover
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Installing Mac OSX (booting) from USB on Power MAC G5 with PC USB keyboard
Quick video showing how to boot from USB flash drive on Power MAC G5. Command on Microsoft keyboard is: Windows key + alt + o + f In Open Firmware: boot ud:3,\\:tbxi More info : https://electronicnoobblog.com/?p=1569
Views: 1803 Electronic Noob Blog
Create a Bootable Mojave USB Installer Flash Drive in Mac OS X 10.14
This video shows you how to make a bootable USB Flash drive for Mac OS X Mojave 10.14. This will let you boot most modern Macs and load the operating system without downloading it from Apple each time that you do. You will need the following command: sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Mojave.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/MacInstaller/ --nointeraction &&say Done Please Like, Comment, Subscribe and Share! We release videos often to help you get the most out of your Apple devices! Let us know if the video helped you in the comments below! If you have any suggestions on topics we should cover, please also put them in the comments below. Thanks for watching! Gemsbok Website: http://www.gemsbok.ca
Mac pro won't boot - SOLVED
In this video you will learn how to re boot your mac if it is frozen and won't boot up ..
Views: 1058326 Rosie Joubanian
PowerMac G5, how to boot from USB
I recently got my hands on 3 beautiful PowerMac G5's. In this video I'm showing them plus I explain how to boot a PowerMac G5 with Mac OS 10.5 on USB. I used this video to create the USB-disk on my Macbook with OS 10.12. The working command is: boot ud:3,\\:tbxi Thanks for watching and thanks to Gerben for donating these 3 machines to me.
Views: 25378 HomeComputerMuseum
MacOS sierra Boot error ,Disk utility error 202 and solution
This video will show you what you can do when you got such error.
Views: 205545 Global Developer
How to install dual boot Ubuntu 16.04 LTS on Mac OS X
Hi guys, if you are enjoying this video please Like, subscribe and comment. If you get any errors or problems: comment! I hope that I can help you. Download links: 1. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS image http://sh.st/2H9U6 2. UNetbootin USB installer http://sh.st/2JqkR 3. refind-bin-0.10.3 http://sh.st/2JqCp Instructions: 1. Download Ubuntu image (link in the description). 2. Download and install the UNetbootin USB installer (link In the description). 3. Plug in USB drive to your computer (at least 2 GB free space) and open UNetbootin. 4. Create bootable USB using our downloaded Ubuntu 16.04 LTS iso image. 5. Open disk utility and create partition for your Ubuntu system. 6. Reboot your Mac and after start press "alt" key. 7. Now select our created bootable USB stick to boot. 8. Select your language and click on "install Ubuntu". 9. If you want to have automatic installed drivers to your WiFi network card, etc. Select this box. 10. Choose "something else" 11. Double click on our partition for Ubuntu and select ext4 file system and "format". 12. Select this ext4 partition and press install Now. 13. Now complete your information. 14. After installing finish, reboot your Mac to Mac OS by pressing "alt" after reboot and entring Mac. (Now you have installed Ubuntu but every time you restart your computer Ubuntu will be boot automatically. To prevent this we will install rEFI bootloader). 15. If you are now in Mac OS: download "refind-bin-0.10.3" (link in the description) and place it on USB drive. 16. Now reboot with pressing "cmd" + "R". 17. Open terminal and type: "cd /Volumes/", "ls", "cd "/Volumes/UBUNTU 16_0"", "ls", "cd refind-bin-0.10.3", "./refind-install". 18. After refind install you have dual boot Mac OS + Ubuntu 16.04! 19. Now, every time you turn on your Mac you can choose between Mac OS or Ubuntu. Music: Foals - Late Night (Solomun Remix)
Views: 79011 The Kaz
How to access Startup Manager on an Apple Macintosh computer - macOS troubleshooting
If you found this video useful please like and subscribe to our channel. Description: In this video we look at how you can boot your Apple Macintosh computer into Startup Manager. Startup Manager, is the method a Macintosh computers uses to allows you to choose your boot options at startup. As Startup Manager allows you to boot from a drive other then the system drive, it is very useful if you need to: * load a Linux distro, * boot to Windows with a Boot Camp partition, * boot Windows from a USB drive * re-install macOS using a USB thumb drive. --------------------------------- ◽Blog Site: http://mydoodads.com ◽Youtube channel: mydoodads ◽My preferred online shop is Amazon Products seen in this video: Apple Macbook - http://amzn.to/2xNfK1O The above Amazon affiliate links were included to make it more convenient for you to purchase items seen in the video. If you choose to click on a link and buy something, I may receive a small commission which will help to support the creation of content for the Mydoodads channel. ---------------------------------
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How to Make a Bootable External Mac Hard Drive
Here is a guide on how to create a bootable external Mac hard drive to run macOS from an external hard drive. http://notebooks.com/2017/01/18/make-bootable-external-mac-hard-drive/
Views: 75745 GottaBeMobile
How to create a Mac OS X El Capitan Bootable USB Drive
Sometimes making a Clean macOS Installation can improve the overall Performance of your System. Or save you a lot of unneccesary cleaning time! So let’s see how to create a macOS High Sierra (10.13) Installation USB Drive to perform such a Clean Installation! - - Copy to USB Command - - sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/OS\ X\ El\ Capitan --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ El\ Capitan.app -- More Tutorials At -- https://www.sts-tutorial.com
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Create OS X Mavericks USB Boot Disk : Method 1
Method 1: Install OS X from USB. Easy to Follow Steps on How To Create a Mac OS X Mavericks USB Boot Disk. How To Create OS X Mavericks Install USB. OS X Mavericks versions: 10.9, 10.9.1, 10.9.2, 10.9.3 10.9.4, 10.9.5 and Yosemite and El Capitan. OS X Yosemite USB Boot Disk-Watch: How To Create Mac OS X Yosemite USB Boot Disk - https://youtu.be/Gm-qUPUyVB4 for an IMPORTANT Extra Step. #SoooooLetsGetStarted #SergeSiou SUBSCRIBE For More Videos Like This:http://goo.gl/88PNgx Method 1 of 2 :Tutorial On How To Create a Mac OS X Mavericks USB Boot Disk. Method 2 of 2 :Tutorial On How To Create a Mac OS X Mavericks USB Boot Disk. http://youtu.be/9WB0GXOIo8s UPDATE1: Use a small f instead of Capital for the com.apple.finder command (before com.apple.Finder). The complete one line command: defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE TRANSCRIPT: /2013/06/how-to-create-os-x-mavericks-usb-boot-disk.html After the download of OS X Mavericks from the Mac App Store is complete, Don't Press Continue but instead quit the install procedure as shown here. Therefore, to perform a Clean Install of Mavericks on your Mac, we'll need to Create a OS X USB Boot Disk. Unlike the method used in creating a Mountain Lion USB Boot Disk, Creating a Mavericks USB Boot Disk requires a slightly different approach. Right Click on the Mavericks Icon and scroll to where it say "Show Package Contents" Now Double-click on the Contents Folder. Navigate to the SharedSupport Folder (then Double-click on the SharedSupport Folder) and double click on the InstallESD.dmg file to mount it to the desktop, the Mounted Disk folder, contains the Packages Folder plus additional Hidden files, The Hidden file we are interested in is named "BaseSystem.dmg", therefore we need to unhide this file, in order to do so, we'll need to Launch the Terminal Application and enter the following Default Command String to unhide the file and the command string to relaunch Finder. If yo have entered the command strings correctly, the BaseSystem.dmg file should be visible, we'll come back to this file later. Next; open Disk Utility. Now we'll insert the USB Disk, when loaded, and In the Disk Utility window, click on the 16 GigaByte Flash Disk or whatever size you are using then click the Erase Tab, then the "Erase Button" here to start the erasing process, you will be presented with a confirmation dialogue box, press the Erase button to confirm, the process took about 18 seconds. We'll just time lapse it at this point. We next need to partition the USB Disk, make sure that you USB Disk is still highlighted now click the Partition Tab. This takes a few seconds to load. Once loaded, go to Partition Layout and click on the Current Drop-down list, then click on 1 Partition, now click on the Options Button, This will bring up the Partition Options Available. As this is an Intel-based Mac, and by default, the GUID Partition Table button is already selected, so we just need to press the OK Button and click Apply, Once the pop-up folder appears and when ready, press the Partition Button, This will begin to Partition the USB Disk in order for it to auto boot. The process took about 18 seconds, again, we'll just time lapse it at this point. Now that we have the USB Disk partitioned correctly, We are ready to copy the unhidden file BaseSystem.dmg onto it. Now press the Restore Tab, In order to proceed, MAKE SURE that the Untitled 1 Partition is highlighted, Drag and Drop the BaseSystem.dmg from the Mounted Disk Folder to the Source Area of the Disk Utility window. While in the Disk Utility window, Click and drag the Untitled 1 Partition to the Destination Area. Now press the Restore Button to proceed, you will then be presented with a Dialogue folder asking if you are sure, press the Erase Button when ready, you will finally be presented to enter your Admin details, enter your name and password and press OK to begin the first part of the USB Mavericks Boot Disk creation. The process took about five and a half minutes, we'll just time lapse it at this point. Once created, a pop-up folder will appear, showing the name of the USB Boot disk, which has been re-named to "OS X Base System", Along with all file and folders associated in it. Now...For the second and finally part, and in order to complete the creation of Mavericks USB Boot Disk, we need to delete the Alias file named Packages from the USB Boot Disk, the file is located in the "Installation Folder". So, navigate to the Installation Folder and locate the Packages file and Delete it by moving it to the Trash. Next, from the mounted Disk folder, copy the Packages Folder by Dragging and Dropping it to the Installation Folder of the USB Boot Disk. The process took about 18 and a half minutes, yeah...you guessed it...we'll time lapse it at this point. And that's it, USB Boot Disk is Ready for use......Enjoy! Let's not forget to re-hide the files in Finder.
Views: 121587 Serge Siou
Install Windows 7 on a Mac Using Boot Camp Assistant (Mac OSX 10.8)
In this video I walkthrough how to install Windows 7 on a Mac using: 1. A Windows 7 install DVD 2. A USB flash drives 3. 2010 Mac Mini with Apple external superdrive 4. Mac OSX 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
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Flashing folder with question mark, Fix Macbook not booting up. (1 of 2)
Fix a MacBook that is not booting up, test to see if the Hard Drive is at fault or if it is the connector. In this case the problem turned out to be the hard drive ribbon conector. It is easy to replace and not too expensive. Usually there is a number printed on the actual cable and it tells you the model number. starts with a number like "821" followed by a dash and another number and it ends with a dash and an "A". Here is a link to Amazon where you can look for your particular model within the results OR you can simply input your model number on the search box: http://amzn.to/1KMbP7V Here is another link to the search for an enclosure at amazon, some people have been asking about the enclosures on the comments so here it is: http://amzn.to/21svcqi You may also find items I use and recommend at the following store front in amazon, any sales made there provide a few cents for funding of future videos. https://www.amazon.com/shop/carpio01
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Remove Boot Camp Partition - Mac OS X 10.6
This tutorial will show you how to remove the Boot Camp partition from your Mac.
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How to create MacOS Sierra boot USB in Windows
This is educational video and alternative way to create boot USB with MacOS Sierra in Windows. Using this method you can create boot usb for any Apple computer ( hdd damaged no access to MacOS, MacOS CD lost ) also work on any intel based supported PC. READ THIS IMPORTANT: If installing on PC then be sure about hardware compatibility because macOS DON'T SUPPORT any PC hardware or any Laptop computer. macOS request specific hardware. In supported PC's belong most of custom builds with i3 i5 or i7 cpu ( Celeron, Pentium, AMD and other are NOT supported ) Pre-build desktop computers like Lenovo, DELL and other's in most of cases are not supported. Supported laptops are just laptops which have similar hardware like Macbook or Macbook Pro. Also Most of windows laptops DON'T have supported wifi with macOS. For more information's about supported hardware visit here: https://www.tonymacx86.com/ How to install macOS Sierra on PC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ix84i_U9Z08 Subscribe and give a support :) ✔ Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/user/MonikaaCat ✔ Facebook Page https://goo.gl/NFczpF ✔ My Facebook - be my friend https://goo.gl/rDbQxH ✔ Twitter https://twitter.com/CatAndAndreW ✔Instagram https://www.instagram.com/catandandrewhacks BEFORE INSTALLING MACOS ON PC check your hardware compatibility and follow installation guide. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ix84i_U9Z08&t=2s Get Vmware: http://www.vmware.com/ Get Unibeast: https://www.tonymacx86.com/ Get Sierra MacOS Sierra : https://goo.gl/VrwnpX MacOS Sierra image by: Techsviewer https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpL5iGHPk9ZdeU9LYAK5K0g Get Unlocker: https://goo.gl/PajEL2 If First Unlocker don't work the Use other version: https://goo.gl/d9Xp8M in vmware don't forget smc.version = "0" If creating Boot USB for Any Apple computer then use same steps in Disk Utility just USB name leave by default - Untitled After USB erase open Terminal, copy and paste this commands: ( terminal will ask for password, entering password will not be shown in terminal ) sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Untitled --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app --nointeraction OR sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/ createinstallmedia –volume /Volumes/Untitled –applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app –nointeraction &&say Done Wallpapers on my desktop by Justin Maller - http://justinmaller.com/ Music: Valcos - A New Light [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_v9WSImGIU Download this track for FREE: https://www.hive.co/l/2bgtk Spotify/iTunes/Apple Music: [coming soon] Connect with NCS: Snapchat: ncsmusic • http://soundcloud.com/nocopyrightsounds • http://instagram.com/nocopyrightsounds • http://facebook.com/NoCopyrightSounds • http://twitch.tv/nocopyrightsounds • http://twitter.com/NCSounds • http://spoti.fi/1Oc1TpI Valcos • https://soundcloud.com/valcos • https://www.facebook.com/ValcosEDM • https://twitter.com/OfficialValcos • https://www.youtube.com/Valcos
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How To Boot Into Windows Automatically on Mac OS X
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How to create a bootable mac os x sierra usb flash drive
Download macOS Sierra 10.12.2 image file : https://goo.gl/xUDYgd Download Power ISO : https://goo.gl/MZIGxX Download R-Drive Image : https://goo.gl/x7qMqO Download WinRAR : https://goo.gl/UhSdqS Download All Config.plist : https://goo.gl/0Zeffy
How to Fix Macbook Pro  Flashing Folder, Blinking Question Mark, White Screen, Freeze Randomly
If you're 2012 macbook pro a1278 is having flashing blinking folder with question mark, turning off randomly, computer freeze randomly, or white screen of death, this tutorial Fix is for you! So hit LIKE to Help other find it, and Spread the word! How to Fix: 1. Verify the Model Number. This problem is common with 2011,2012 macbook pros with retina and non retina displays. Check the bottom of the computer for the serial No. and see if you have warranty to get it repaired for free. Go here to Check: https://goo.gl/XZWi8R If not valid anymore proceed to next step. 2. Secondly you are going to need to find out your model number mine is a1278. so you will need to take apart the bottom of the laptop. Remove the hard drive SSD framework cable and mounts and disconnect the hard drive unibody cable. The Unibody cable is the actuall problem with this computer NOT THE HARD DRIVE ITSELF. If you replace this HDD Hard Drive Cable the Computer will work again. if you have a a1278 you can buy this part here on amazon. Site Source:http://goo.gl/x0gJaf If you have another just search for it. The Model of the cable is also listed on the Cable itself! If you have any other errors like -1006f +1007F -2105F. you need to restart holding [option] before you push the turn on button and select a wifi network to download recovery. Once you download recovery you can recover the os x yosemite and restore you files using the new cable. Site Source: http://goo.gl/aMqu1K Make sure to restart and hold [Option + R] to get to recovery! hope this helps! if you need help please resource the links provided, comment, and like to help others find this informative video fix! My Twitter ► https://twitter.com/justcriz Subscribe ► http://goo.gl/gdJw66 Instagram ► http://goo.gl/t8Ifjf Facebook ► http://goo.gl/xuTy9z Gaming ► http://goo.gl/Tlbil1
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How to Partition and Install a 2nd OSX for a Dual Boot Mac
This should help those who have upgraded to El Capitan and are having issues. If you purchased a new Apple Computer with El Capitan pre-installed, please check with Apple for compatibility with older OSX versions.
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HOW TO FIX SAFE BOOT ON MAC this videos can make you easy to fix your Macbook work well. there are three step to it or you can visit here https://www.fixapples.com/how-to-fix-safemode-on-mac/ first if you your macbook display on screen and the latter "safe boot " = red = you have to login your mac and then restart it. second if it still have that problem you can change Hard Drive and install new os. if it still have problem you the last step is Change Keyboard. i had do it with the first step. { WORK 100% } Thank you !!!!! Hello friends, Welcome to "Computer Matrix", I created this channel on 22 October 2016, my motive behind creating this channel was to make Easy to Understand, Tech Videos in Hindi, and I wanted each and every Individual whoever is interested in technology to be able to understand it in the easiest possible way, I live in Delhi, and I am doing this as my Hobby, I post new videos on topics that create the most confusion, Please SUBSCRIBE to Computer Matrix
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Dual Boot OS X Mountain Lion and Mavericks
How to Dual Boot OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 and Mavericks 10.9 or Dual Boot OS X Mavericks versions: 10.9, 10.9.1, 10.9.2, 10.9.3, 10.9.4 and 10.9.5 and OS X Yosemite 10.10. Easy To Follow Tutorial on: How To Dual Boot OS X Mountain Lion and OS X Mavericks OR How To Dual Boot OS X Mavericks and OS X Yosemite. SUBSCRIBE For More Videos Like This:http://goo.gl/88PNgx My MAIN Camera: https://amzn.to/2OBWusS External Dummy Battery for Camera: https://amzn.to/2RLgNGr Backup Power Bank I use: https://amzn.to/2RLe8MX  ND Filter I use: https://amzn.to/2OyY8eI The Camera Mic I use: https://amzn.to/2JRjK5s My Lapel Mic: https://amzn.to/2JSE4mQ Must have Gadget for Recording HDMI Output: https://amzn.to/2Dslv93 Get those crisp overhead shots with this tripod: https://amzn.to/2PIOcnV Versatile Super Tripod Clamp: https://amzn.to/2DvXPk2 Mini Tripod I use: https://amzn.to/2PNePrx My iPhone Tripod Mount: https://amzn.to/2DvD8Vh LED Spot Lighting I use: https://amzn.to/2JSDZjd LED Wide Angle Lighting: https://amzn.to/2Dvuu9w My Scenery LED Kit: https://amzn.to/2DtVjKZ My Storage Devices For Video Editing SSD: https://amzn.to/2PMRhTD USB 3.0 SSD External Enclosure I use: https://amzn.to/2DvDoUf USB 3.0 Flash Drive I use: https://amzn.to/2SXu4wU My High Speed Camera Card: https://amzn.to/2Fanhxe External Storage Drive I use USB Version: https://amzn.to/2JUlWta External Storage Drive Thunderbolt & USB Version: https://amzn.to/2RIZ82c Recommended Gear: RAID Thunderbolt 3 External Hard Drive: https://amzn.to/2POl2Ul 2TB Thunderbolt and USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive: https://amzn.to/2DvLX1u 4TB USB-C and USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive: https://amzn.to/2JRzF3N 5TB Rugged Thunderbolt / USB-C Mobile Drive: https://amzn.to/2PNfzwP Variable Friction Magic Arm: https://amzn.to/2qEhJ3S Rode VideoMic Pro Plus: https://amzn.to/2yZ1Tp0 Follow me on: http://instagram.com/sergesiou https://twitter.com/SergeSiou Apple's Intel Based Systems: Mac Mini iMac Mac Pro Xserve MacBook Air MacBook Pro RAW SCRIPT:  Let's Get Started "What You'll need" An Intel Based Mac System with OS X Mountain Lion 10.8 installed. And a copy of OS X Mavericks 10.9 Developer Preview. As always... Make sure that you have made a backup of your hard drive, especially when working with Partitioning your hard drive using the Mac Disk Utility program. So with all that out of the way, The first thing we'll need to do is Partition a space on your Hard Drive. In my case, as I have several Partitions, I'll be Partitioning a space on the hard drive Labeled Macintosh HD, which contains OS X Mountain Lion. Basically use any hard drive(s) that you have sufficient space on. I'll be creating a partition of 30 Giga Bytes for Mavericks. So to do this, we'll need to launch the Disk Utility Program, click LaunchPad and in the Other Folder click the Disk Utility Icon. Once launched, click the Main Hard Drive for the Mac. Now click the Partition Tab, now enter a value or drag the re-size control that you want the Macintosh HD to have, since I want 30 GB for OS X Mavericks, I find it easier to just subtract that amount from the Macintosh HD. Once done, click Apply, then the Partition Button if you are sure then Your Admin Details to confirm. This took about 15 section. Next we need to initialize or prepare the 30 Giga Bytes partition for OS X Mavericks, to do this click on the Plus button here and choose an appropriate name instead of the default, we'll name it appropriately as Mavericks HD. Now click the Apply button and like before click partition and then enter your Admin Details. Next, we need to Install OS X Mavericks. If you've downloaded it, it should b in the Applications Folder. Double click the Install OS X 10.9 icon to launch the install process then click continue to begin the installation. After agreeing to the terms, click the Show All Disks... Button, then navigate to the just created Mavericks HD icon. Click once to select it then the Install Button to begin, confirm by entering your Admin Details. This completes the first stage for installing OS X Mavericks, the Mac will now reboot to complete the second stage on the the install. Once completed, the Mac will always boot in OS X Mavericks by default. We'll show you ho to just this if you wish in just moment. Now, to reboot in OS X Mountain Lion, shut down the Mac, then Turn it back on with the Option key constantly pressed till you here the familiar Boing sound. Now click on the Macintosh HD Icon to boot OS X Mountain Lion. As mentioned earlier, if you wanted to change the boot sequence of OS X. Simply Launch System Preference then click the Startup Disk icon, as you can see the default OS X Mavericks HD is highlighted. To make OS X Mountain Lion as the default startup disk simply press the lock to make changes then enter your Admin Details then the Unlock Button. Now all Disks are Highlighted, click on the Macintosh HD Icon to select this as the Default startup Disk and then click on the Lock to confirm.
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Create a Bootable USB High Sierra Installer in Mac OS X 10.13
*** High Sierra is now hidden on the Mac App Store. It is still available, but it's hard to find. To find it, check out this video: Find High Sierra on App Store This video shows you how to create a bootable USB Flash Drive Mac OS X Installer. You will be able to boot most Macs from it and then install Mac OS X 10.13 High Sierra without needing to re-download the installer for each Mac. You can also use it to format the internal drive of a Mac using the built in Disk Utility, this is also covered in the video. You will need a 16GB or larger USB Flash Drive (aka USB key). Make sure it's empty, because you'll be deleting everything on it during the process of making the installer. If you have a problem downloading the full installer and you only get a 19MB file instead of the full 5GB installer, check out this article to show you how to work around that problem: http://osxdaily.com/2017/09/27/download-complete-macos-high-sierra-installer/ You will use a command in the Terminal. It is best to copy and paste it from here, just make sure you name your USB Flash Drive “MacInstall” (without the quotes). If you type it, make sure you type it correctly, or you will get an "unknown command" error. Here is the command for your reference: sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ High\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/MacInstaller --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ macOS\ High\ Sierra.app --nointeraction &&say Done Please Like, Comment, Subscribe and Share this video! If you have any questions or suggestions for new tutorial videos you would like us to post, please put them in the comments below.
Apple OS X Boot Camp Windows Control Panel Error - Fix
Boot Camp won't start in Windows 7 or Windows 8: So you setup OS X Boot Camp on your Mac and in Windows 7 or Windows 8 the boot camp control panel gives you the following error: "An error occurred while trying to access the startup disk settings..." Here's a work around fix... C:\Windows\System32\runas.exe /trustlevel:0x20000 AppleControlPanel.exe http://www.digitalPimple.com http://www.diyinventor.com
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How To Dual Boot Mac OS X Parrot OS (2018)
How to Dual Boot Mac OS X && Parrot OS (2018) __________________________________________________________________ Thank you to everyone who has been supporting me! This channel is for college this upcoming fall so all and any support is needed! Sorry my posts have been taking forever, a sh#t ton of time and research goes into this because of how new Parrot OS is and hasn’t even been touched by anyone in terms of correlating to Mac OS X. I researched for months and figured A LOT out on my own so any support will be immensely beneficial for me. Please do not dislike, contact me with any assistance you may need and I promise to discover a resolution! Thanks! __________________________________________________________________ LINKS MENTIONED IN VIDEO: Bootable Drive Maker for Mac: https://github.com/ETCG/BootableDriveMaker/blob/master/BootableDriveMaker.dmg?raw=true Bootable Drive Maker Alternative: https://etcher.io/ Parrot OS (iso) Download Page: https://www.parrotsec.org/download.fx __________________________________________________________________ CONTACT ME: Gmail: [email protected] Snapchat: brett_bettag https://www.snapchat.com/add/brett_bettag __________________________________________________________________ MUSIC CREDITS TO: Oddisee · After Thoughts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SDlb_TU9-o MUSIC CREDITS TO: Chilean Sunset · LRKR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8Bmq_ckaNw __________________________________________________________________ I DO NOT OWN OR INTEND TO PROFIT OFF OF MUSIC WITHIN THE VIDEO CREDITS ARE STATED IN DESCRIPTION TO ODDISEE AND LRKR. __________________________________________________________________
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MacBook Boot from USB Install OS X
Subscribe :-D Donate BitCoin 14zmy6HE8Bj1nF3Dt1cuWMNc4KMqNH3HQV What video do you want more of? Thank you for watching and hopefully it was useful to you in someway. I produce this video and all other videos in my spare free time and enjoy producing these videos of interest. My passions are security research, repairs, troubleshooting, trending technologies, discovering new ways of doing things, travel and personal development, plus more! I run a small computer services business based out of Gladesville, NSW, Australia. Most of time you can get more information about my videos, projects and order some of the products listed here from my website, www.SureCanDo.com.au or social media links below. [email protected] http://twitter.com/surecandoau http://snapchat.com/add/surecando https://plus.google.com/u/2/104208720614684123528 http://instagram.com/surecandoofficial/ http://facebook.com/Surecandoofficial I Serkan Akdag from www.SureCanDo.com.au, assume no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. I Serkan Akdag from www.SureCanDo.com.au recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, expensive electronics, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of I Serkan Akdag from www.SureCanDo.com.au, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not I Serkan Akdag from www.SureCanDo.com.au. Only attempt your own repairs if you can accept personal responsibility for the results, whether they are good or bad. All product names, logos, and brands are property of their respective owners. All company, product and service names used in this website are for identification purposes only. Use of these names, logos, and brands does not imply endorsement. Send me stuff?: 164B Victoria Rd. Gladesville NSW 2111 Australia ANYTHING SENT TO THIS ADDRESS, WILL NOT BE RETURNED.
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