If you need to install Mac OS X Mavericks on a computer, creating a bootable USB flash drive is a convenient option. In this post, we will guide you through the process of creating a bootable USB flash drive with Mac OS X Mavericks.
To get started, go to your App Store and navigate to your purchases. Find OS X Mavericks in the list of purchases and click the download button. You will need five gigabytes of free space to download the OS to your computer.
Once the download is complete, go to your desktop and open a Finder window. From there, go to Applications and find the Install OS X Mavericks file. Right-click on it and select “Show Package Contents.” Dig in until you find the shared support folder. This is the file you will need in a second.
Next, go to your Applications and find Utilities. Launch Disk Utility. Plug your flash drive into your computer. Make sure it has at least 8 gigabytes of space. In Disk Utility, go to Erase and choose Mac OS extended journaled in the format. Name the partition “Install Mavericks” and click erase.
Now, go to Install Mavericks. Click restore and select the source file, which is the install es T dmg file. Drag it to the source box. In the destination box, select the partition you just created on your USB flash drive. Click restore and enter your password. The process will start.
Once the process is complete, you will have a bootable USB flash drive with Mac OS X Mavericks on it. You can use this drive to install the operating system on any Mac computer.
Creating a bootable USB flash drive with Mac OS X Mavericks is a simple process that can save you time and hassle. Give it a try and let us know if you have any questions or concerns in the comments below.