Clone bootable Apple Mac Hard Drive from Disk Utility Mac OS Sierra 2017

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Clone bootable Apple Mac Hard Drive from Disk Utility Mac OS Sierra 2017

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Clone bootable Apple Mac Hard Drive from Disk Utility Mac OS Sierra 2017 In this video learn how to clone your internal apple mac hard drive to an external thunderbolt , usb or ssd hard drive and boot from it. Also make it time machine backup drive using the disk utility and time machine . This is a free solution out of the box from mac os sierra 2017 .

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50 thoughts on “Clone bootable Apple Mac Hard Drive from Disk Utility Mac OS Sierra 2017

  1. Sweet!!  I used this when I replaced my 160GB drive with a new 1TB drive on my 2009, 13 inch.  It works with El Capitan as well and I didn't need the cloner software.  Great Job and Thank you!

  2. thank you,, you make it look easy…. you are great.. i have a late 2012 mac mini, can i replace the hard drive with 2T SSD?, or can i replace with 1T + 1T ( two SSD drives internal).. i see some people are "adding" a internal SSD along with the existing Hard drive, i dont understand that way of doing it, but, i am not as computer literate as most presenters on "how To" you tube.. thank you for sharing your knowledge.. this video is great..

  3. I did it!! following this tutorial ,,, i cloned my Hard drive to a SSD drive,,, with the knowledge i obtained through tutorials on you tube,,, i then,,, opened my MacMini and replaced the Hard drive with the new SSDs,,, wow… what a difference… my computer starts in 19 seconds now… my speeds before W 39 R 94,, NOW W 489 R523… thank you for sharing your knowledge , it gave me the courage to do this on my own…

  4. Great video, thank you so much for the useful tutorial! I'm a bit unclear about how you would go about booting from the clone in case the internal hdd crashes. In the video you instructed the operating system (within the internal hdd) to start from the external hdd, but if your internal hdd dies you can't do that. So can the cloned hdd boot in that case or is there anything else we might need to do? Thanks again!

  5. Nice video. Question: If I'm not using this clone as a source to do time machine backups is there a need to name the new harddrive the same name as the original internal HD? I just want to save a clone on an external HD just in case, but want to name it something recognizable to differentiate from the original.

  6. Hi bro, how i can use my ssd as primary and hdd as a storage drive and use the hdd while I am using the ssd to pull files to the ssd drive or store files on the hdd . I mean without cloning

  7. I follow the steps exactly but when I try to restore the internal drive it says not enough space to restore, operation failed. I have a 1TB internal drive but have only used about 220 GB and the new external SSD is 500 GB. Any advice?

  8. Some of these videos when cloning new SSD drives prior to installing always say partition '1' should be set. Is that not necessary? Can't believe all the videos show 3rd party software for this when you do it using Disk Utility. Makes no sense. Thanks

  9. Hi… using a MacBook Pro running OSX 10.12.6
    I keep getting an error on my external drive not allowing me to restore…. I used first aid on the external and all is fine… any suggestions…. the message says I can not copy from the internal drive…. it is read write but can not copy blocks.

  10. Hello. Just want to ask some suggestions from you. I'm no mac expert by the way. I recently bought macbook pro but it's just 128gb. I need more space as I do lots of video and photo editing. Is there a way for me to make it bigger? I mean, can I use my external hd and make it work as an internal hd? I want all the applications and basically the whole macbook pro to be dependent on it. Is that what you call "bootable" hd? If that's the case, if I switch on my mac, would it give me options which hard disk I want to start the mac up? I don't really want to use the external one forever, perhaps I want to use the internal ones at times. I might just use the external hd for editing and the internal one for simple jobs. Let me know. It would be better if you can talk to me if that's not a problem. Thanks in advance!

  11. is it The Same Proses if You Are Cloning a Internal SSD To Up Grade To A Bigger SSD Internally When it is Finished Cloning / Backing Up Can You Just Shut Down Your Computer Pull The Old SSD And Replaces It With The New Cloned SSD Will It Boot up Normally Thanks

  12. If I want to replace my internal drive with a SSD, would I complete all the steps? Sorry if it's a dumb question. I wasn't sure if I would do the final step in regards to time machine. TIA

  13. I cannot tell you how happy I am to have found your video. I've tried everything from superduper, time machine, and carbon copy cloner, and nothing worked for making a bootable clone for my 2011 Imac. Everything would freeze and lockup when using that disc as a bootable ssd volume. Thank you thank you.

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