OSX Yosemite – How to Create A Bootable USB Flash Drive

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OSX Yosemite – How to Create A Bootable USB Flash Drive

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OSX Yosemite – How to Create A Bootable USB Flash Drive In this tutorial we’ll show you how to create a bootable/installable copy of OS X 10.10 Yosemite and put it on a USB Flash drive. This is a great solution for offices, busy business professionals, and computer geeks alike. This trick will save you potentially hours compared to having to download a fresh copy of Yosemite every time you need it. In this tutorial, David will show you how to download OS X Yosemite from Apple, use code in Terminal to access the files we’ll be working with, and then load it onto a USB flash drive so that it is bootable.

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TERMINAL CODE – copy and paste (PART 1)
defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles 1 && killall Finder

TERMINAL CODE – copy and paste (PART 2)
defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles 0 && killall Finder
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50 thoughts on “OSX Yosemite – How to Create A Bootable USB Flash Drive

  1. Great video, but I think you gave people the much harder way then needed. I would have shown them how to do it with one of the utilities such as DiskMakerX, or Install Disk Creator. Even apple's own included command line utility. Any one of thos programs I just mentioned would have saved all these steps. They would have just needed the OS X Yosemite Install app, and a usb drive. then you tell the utility where the app is, and what disk to use, enter the password for the user, and it does it on it's own. Apple's utility is a bit more advanced since it has to be done in the terminal.

    Just thought I'd throw that out for anyone still using this video. Hopefully in later videos you have suggested one of the utilities I've mentioned above, to make things easier on people to save steps 🙂

    P.S. I'm an advanced user here, just trying to think about those who want something simple.

  2. So far so good. I was getting a 'flashing ? folder' on startup. I replaced the SATA cable for HD, but the error came back intermittently in <1week. I've reinstalled OSX – Yosemite, and we'll see how it goes. Thank you for a very clear step-by-step tutorial. I have zero experience, and was able to follow along fairly easily.

  3. Awesome video! Even now in 2018 after many things have been updated (like disk utility), your video still made it very easy to copy an OS onto a flash drive! Thanks for the help!

  4. So I have a 16gig flash drive and throughout your video u had said that the file gets bigger when apple keeps updating it, so one of my questions to u is: can I still insert the Yosemite on my 16gig flash drive step by step like u have done here on the video because it looks like u basically "chopped up" the file and inserted in the flash drive….. and my 2nd question is if the first answer is a yes, do I have to plug in the flash drive everytime i turn on the laptop or it will be installed permanently? (Kind of a stupid question)

  5. I just found out i can't drag the "basesystem.dmg" to the "OS X install ESD"….. I don't even see the blue line for me to drag it…. why is that?

  6. I really like your videos and I have learned a lot and I subscribe but the information in this video is complex and I was wondering if you would be willing to make a similar tutorial explaining the logic behind the code (except this one -0 && killall Finder–that seems like the standard code for 'hide') and also the copying of those files. I want to understand why the first 'package' was trashed. It would be helpful to understand why certain tasks are performed in the order that they are or what they mean because it enhances the persons ability to be able to replicate the task in a different scenario. Blind memorization is not understanding the material at a cellular level. There is a reason for everything and those reasons lead to other functions in integrated connections otherwise it never makes sense. Please consider and thank you for your contributions.

  7. will this method work for Mavericks? I bought an old mac online and it shipped without any OS on it. It gives me the option to reinstall Mavericks, but right before it starts to install, it gives me an error "this item is temporarily not available". I contacted Apple and the seller with no luck. If anyone has any idea, please do share.

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