How To: Boot Mac OS From An External SSD

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How To: Boot Mac OS From An External SSD

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50 thoughts on “How To: Boot Mac OS From An External SSD

  1. Thank you.  I have an older iMac24 (2009) Intel Core 2 Duo running M.Lion.  So there's no Thunderbolt.  How can this SSD be used as Boot drive?

  2. Actually, if the old hard drive doesn't contain more data than the capacity of the SSD, you can just restore it to the SSD, which can save you having to reinstall all your programs.

  3. Let say, you want to leave your HDD untouched (say, format it later when you successfully boot on ssd) can you still access your iMac HDD and get your data and use it as main storage instead?

  4. Great tutorial – I think I'll do this! I was wondering rather than re-install OSX and all the apps from scratch if it's possible to do it from Time Machine… although I have a 1 gig HD and plan on buying a 240 gig SSD if it's possible to just restore just the OS and apps from Time Machine and not all my other stuff like videos, pics and work files as they won't fir on the SSD – if you know of a way of just restoring that way would be awesome!
    Great work!

  5. I forgot to ask – I read a tutorial about if I wanted to put an SSD inside the Mac to replace my existing Hard Drive – it mentions about having to have some software installed to enable TRIM – would an External Thunderbolt SSD need this – also mentions to have an inline temperature sensor as the Mac will see the drive with the OS on it so want to regulate the fan speed…
    Finally – if I get another external USB 3 disk, unplug my Time Machine disk and use the new one, backup only OSX (the OS/documents [for my Microsoft User Data and hidden files Adobe and that install etc]) and apps, could I time Machine that backup onto the external SSD without having to have my Mac down for a day re-installing and registering/setting up everything on the SSD?

  6. Great video. I have been using this same setup for about a year now. One problem I have had though is that any time I install an OS update, my SSD won't boot properly anymore. I can restore it back from time machine and El Capitan installed fine on version 1.0 but sure enough when the 1.2 update came out, it would hang on the grey screen after the update. Have you had this problem?

  7. Hi, thank you for the great video. I want to ask if we replace the ssd with the internal sata drive and will mac continue to boot from new? sincethere will be no external drive anymore. thank you.

  8. Thanks for the video, you have put my mind at ease. I thought this was going to be a major operation, one Im not suited for. Im now a fan of yours, this will be the first place I go for info about my Mac .

  9. I like to do this on a Lacie 5bif thunderbolt no matter what I try cant see the drive on the when I​ press the option key when i raid0 from disk utility from the raid utility from the file! on top where the edit is! anyone know how too do it.

  10. Tried this. My mac was able to boot using an SD Card as start up disk and the mac is looking like new but nothing works. The internet and other apps don't work. Even the settings for mouse, keyboard and things are not working.

  11. is there a way i can clone my hard drive to my external and use that external hard drive to run on an iMac?

    What I'm trying to do is i have final cut pro x installed on my MacBook pro but would like to use that on a different computer (iMac 5k) I'm not allow to install programs on the iMac because it's the school but I would love to edit 4k footage on that iMac is there any way i could do this work? do i have to clone my hard drive to my external hard and boot the iMac to it? how can i do that?

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