How to Install OS X Mavericks Using a Usb
On 22nd October Apple released OS X Mavericks i.e OS X 10.9.Installing it can be a tedious task when not connected to the internet, the OS X Mavericks update is free for everyone so there is no reason holding you back to get it. There is no need to worry if you do not have a stable internet connection because u can update to Mavericks via a USB device also. A minimum of 8 GB free on a USB will be required for this procedure
The procedure on how to install os x mavericks with a usb is fairly simple for people who know how to deal with computers, for those who don’t this article will explain how to. U will be needing a USB of 8 GB capacity, an internet connection to read this guide and to download the Maverick update file from the Mac App Store.Any Mac or MacBook running OS X Snow Leopard or newer is compatible with the Mavericks upgrade
How to install OS X Mavericks Using a USB
- Download the OS X the Mavericks from the Mac App Store with a Mac.
- When a screen pops up telling u to install mavericks, do not continue, except do the following.
- Connect a suitable USB drive, the USB must be empty otherwise all data will be erased while formatting.
- Format the USB as Mac OS Extended keeping the name ‘Untitled’
- Open a Terminal and type the following command
- sudo /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Mavericks.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/Untitled --applicationpath /Applications/Install\ OS\ X\ Mavericks.app --nointeraction
- Enter your administrator password.
- Your bootable OS X Mavericks usb is now made.
You may now update your previous OS X via this USB.
In any case if this procedure failed, you can still try Lion DiskMaker which is now known as DiskMaker X
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