With the final build of OS X Mavericks, Apple has changed the way users can create a custom USB installer; the previous method no longer works. Here’s how to create an OS X Mavericks USB Installer.
First, download the full version of Mavericks from the Mac App Store, even if you already have it installed on your Mac. Downloading it again will place the install app in your Applications folder. It will also auto-launch after downloading and ask you to begin the installation. Don’t, just close the window.
Next, insert a USB drive that’s at least 8GB. Open Disk Utility and erase the drive using “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” as the format type and “Untitled” as the name. Click Erase and wait for the process to complete.
Once the erase process is completed, close Disk Utility and open Terminal. Copy and paste the following command (via MacRumors forum user tywebb13) and press Return to execute it:
You’ll need to enter an admin password to start the command.
The copying process will take 15 to 30 minutes depending on the speed of your USB drive. Once it’s done, you’re free to use the drive as a bootable Mavericks installer.
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Download OS X Mavericks 10.9 Final Version Free Now! Direct Link Having been announced all the way back at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, OS X Mavericks — Apple’s first break from the series of 'big cat' releases of the desktop operating system — is now ready for public consumption. Available as a free download to those. Download Mac Os X Mavericks. First, download a software named Disk Creator. Then, insert an 8 GB or higher flash drive. Then, open Disk Creator and click the “Select the OS X Installer”. Find the installer, which in this case is the Mavericks installer, and select it. Next, select the flash drive from the drop-down menu. How To Install OS X Mavericks for FreeHow to download OS X Mavericks for FreeHow to Create a Bootable Mavericks USB Install Thumb Drive video:http://www.yout. Re-Download OS X Mavericks Installer on a Mac Running 10.9 If the Mac is already running OS X Mavericks, redownloading the installer is extremely easy. Open the App Store and search for “OS X Mavericks” or just click the direct App Store link (free, downloading one times or 200 is always free).