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But there are things I would like to do with my old lion drive. it can’t boot since the OS was installed on the mini and not from the i Mac. I am getting another 3 TB drive to mirror my 3 TB fusion drive so that I have a bootable copy of my current setup so if something goes wrong I can plug in and go. I am not sure that the Mac can boot from USB3 and fear that I may have to boot from firewire which means buying an adapter that converts from thunderbolt to firewire. with my macg4 9.1 downloaded the mac os 9.2.1 and saved it int he memory stick placed on the mac rebooted and pressed the option key .. used 10.6.3 Installer DVD to wipe the drive, create 2 partitions, & install 10.6.3 on both partitions. This has always been my method, from System 6 thru OSX 10.5.8, so that I have a B/U “Disc Tools” HD onboard if my main drive develops problems. – At some point, you may find a need to boot your Mac from a disc or a drive other than the primary Mac OS X startup volume. […] I have a imac and i cant get passed the blue and gray screen ..Unfortunately, even though it seems to be available in target disk mode, the system won’t boot. the memory stick did not show up and the cd also …. ANY HELP PLEASE I used a program to clean my poermac g5 non intel power pc now when i type my pass word at log in some of the keyboard keys dont work so i can not log in and guest is turned off also this program let me boot up in safe mode and now is stuck in that mac did not come with a lapord dvd and i dont have a restore disc tryed to get one fro amazon but is was not a real one. please I made a clone for my Mac already but am confuse on one part. (aka “2 HDs”) Used Apple’s 10.6.8 Combo upgrader to raise both HDs to 10.6.8. I now have disk warrior but load on thumb-drive and when I boot up using command c or the option key on boot it will not show up.
The computer will start up from the chosen volume, but bear in mind performance will likely be much slower than when you normally operate your Mac. Rather than hold the Option key, you could instead just press & hold the C key if you’re booting from a CD or DVD disc.
Let’s say you need to use the Mac OS X installation disc that came with your computer to reformat the hard drive and put it back to factory settings.
Or maybe you’re trying to boot from a USB flash drive that has a clean install of OS X on it for troubleshooting purposes.
Perhaps you’ve got a cloned backup of your entire Mac on an external hard drive and you want to make sure it’s bootable.
These are all potential reasons for booting to an external device, among many others.
i OS did not have an official name until the official release of the i Phone software development kit (i Phone SDK) on March 6, 2008.
Before then, Apple marketing simply stated that i Phone ran a version of Mac OS X made specifically for i Phone. It was officially renamed i OS on June 7, 2010 with the announcement and introduction of i Pad.
At some point, you may find a need to boot your Mac from a disc or a drive other than the primary Mac OS X startup volume.
Apple made it easy so all you need to know is just a simple keyboard command.
I don’t totally agree with the above assertion of being able to boot from any drive when holding down the “option” key. I reformatted machd drive, it shows only the recovery options.. But, both didn’t show up in startup menu and holding c does nothing…
I’ve tried this several times and when I get the menu, the drive I am attempting to boot from (which does have an operating system on it) does NOT appear as one of the bootable drives. All I can get is recovery partition in startup menu and is osc utilities menu once I select recovery option….
i Phone OS 1.2, which after the first beta was replaced by a 2.0 version number; the second beta was named 2.0 beta 2 instead of 1.2 beta 2.