Boot Osx From External Drive

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Holding that key gives you access to OS X’s Startup Manager. Once the Startup Manager screen appears, release the Option key. The utility will look for any available drives that include bootable content. Using either the pointer or arrow keys on the keyboard, select the USB drive you wish to boot from. Feb 11, 2016 Using SuperDuper or CarbonCopyClone, clone the internal drive to the external and make sure the 'Make Bootable'. Go into System Preferences Startup Disk and make sure the external is in the list of available disks. Select by highlighting and hit 'Restart' and it should then boot from the external. Step 1: Format Your Drive. First, you must partition and erase the drive so that it can be bootable. To do this, launch Disk Utility and choose the destination drive in the drive list (left column). On the right, in the Erase tab, choose to format the drive as Mac OS Extended (Journaled). I tried to clean install OS X El Capitan on my Mac, but it won’t boot from the USB drive. Here are the steps I took to create the bootable USB drive (I have a Mid-2014 MacBook Pro with Retina Display): Downloaded the latest OS X El Capitan (10.11.3) from the Mac App Store. Plug the drive into the Mac and boot from the install DVD by pressing and holding the 'C-key'. Go through the steps of installation but in the 'Select a Destination'screen choose the external drive, which should be formatted using 'OSX Extended Journaled' and the 'GUID Partition Table'. Once OSX is loaded you can boot to it by: Plugging in the.

Boot Imac From External Usb Drive

Hello one and all
I have just bought a G5 1.6Ghz tower that had no hard drive in it
I have just put a non formatted 80 GB hard drive in to the machine.
Now I am trying to boot mac OSX 10.4.6 from an Lacie DVD external Fire wire drive with no success.
I've tried holding down command-option-shift-delete.
This is the procedure I used on my old G4 before it died
any suggestions much apperiated.
Hutzpah