Create a Bootable USB High Sierra Installer in Mac OS X 10.13

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Create a Bootable USB High Sierra Installer in Mac OS X 10.13

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Create a Bootable USB High Sierra Installer in Mac OS X 10.13 This video shows you how to create a bootable USB Flash Drive Mac OS X Installer. You will be able to boot most Macs from it and then install Mac OS X 10.13 High Sierra without needing to re-download the installer for each Mac. You can also use it to format the internal drive of a Mac using the built in Disk Utility, this is also covered in the video.

You will need a 16GB or larger USB Flash Drive (aka USB key). Make sure it’s empty, because you’ll be deleting everything on it during the process of making the installer.

If you have a problem downloading the full installer and you only get a 19MB file instead of the full 5GB installer, check out this article to show you how to work around that problem:
http://osxdaily.com/2017/09/27/download-complete-macos-high-sierra-installer/

You will use a command in the Terminal. It is best to copy and paste it from here, just make sure you name your USB Flash Drive “MacInstall” (without the quotes). If you type it, make sure you type it correctly, or you will get an “unknown command” error. Here is the command for your reference:

sudo /Applications/Install macOS High Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia –volume /Volumes/MacInstaller –applicationpath /Applications/Install macOS High Sierra.app –nointeraction &&say Done

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15 thoughts on “Create a Bootable USB High Sierra Installer in Mac OS X 10.13

  1. Hello, I'm having a problem. My macos won't download the full 5.1gb installation and is just downloading a 20mb "installer" that tells me my usb needs to be atleast 19.71gb. Any help with this will be appreciated.

  2. You should check the command in the description. Two issues:
    – "MacInstall" vs "MacInstaller" in the video
    – "notinteraction" should be "nointeraction"

    I also left out the after the last Sierra.app (like in the Sierra video). In this video, it has a / there. I'm not sure if this make a difference.

  3. Thanks for the tutorial,
    I'm having some problems, after pasting the command it says the following message "sudo: /Applications/Instalar macOS High Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia: command not found" I change the name from Install to Instalar, since that the name file, I looked for the createinstallmedia file and it is there.. just don't know why it shows this error, can you help me out?

  4. I copied and pasted the command from the description and it didnt work. I followed along in the video and typed in what you said and it worked fine. Idk whats up with the command in the description but it seems to still not work. Good video anyway it helps.

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