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  1. Plug the USB flash drive into your Mac.
  2. Launch the “Disk Utility” application.
  3. On the left-hand pane, select the USB drive (not the partition under it, if any).
  4. Click on the “Erase” tab (or button at the top).
  5. Input a name like “Sierra” (this name will be overwritten later).
  6. Select “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” for “Format”.
  7. Select “Master Boot Record” for “Scheme”.
  8. Click the “Erase…” button at the bottom. Click the “Erase” button in the warning popup dialog if you get one.
  • The format operation may take several minutes to complete. (USB 2.0 and large capacity drives will take longer.) After the format completes, the partition will be mounted under “/Volumes/Sierra” (or whatever name you selected above).
  • Note: Under macOS Sierra, the Erase function will fail if the USB drive’s partition is mounted. You can manually unmount the partition before running Erase. Or you can run Erase twice; the first time will unmount the partition and fail, and the second time will actually do the format (which will succeed).
  1. Close the “Disk Utility” application.
  1. Shutdown the Mac.
  2. Insert the USB flash drive.
  3. While holding the “option/alt” key down, turn on the Mac to display the boot Startup Manager.
  4. You should see one or more icons, one of which should be called “Install macOS Sierra” for the USB flash drive. (The internal hard drive may not be visible if it does not have a valid, bootable partition installed.)
  • Note: If you don’t see the USB flash drive’s “Install macOS Sierra”, try removing and re-inserting the USB flash drive while viewing the Startup Manager screen. The USB flash drive should then appear after a few seconds.
  1. Select the “Install macOS Sierra” (with left/right arrow keys) and hit the “return/enter” key to boot from the USB flash drive.
  1. Click on the “Disk Utility” option and click the “Continue” button on the bottom to launch the “Disk Utility” application.
  2. On the left-hand pane, select the hard drive (not the partition under it, if any).
  3. Click on the “Erase” button at the top.
  4. Input a name like “macOS”.
  5. Select “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” for “Format”.
  6. Select “GUID Partition Map” for “Scheme”.
  7. Click the “Erase…” button at the bottom.
  • For SSD (Solid State Drive), the format operation may take less than a minute to complete. For mechanical hard drive, it may several minutes to hours, depending upon the size, speed, and condition of your hard drive.
  • Note: Again, the Erase function will fail if the hard drive’s partition is mounted. You can manually unmount the partition before running Erase. Or you can run Erase twice; the first time will unmount the partition and fail, and the second time will actually do the format (which will succeed).
  1. Close the “Disk Utility” application.
  1. Click on the “Install macOS” option and click the “Continue” button.
  2. The “macOS Sierra” installer’s splash screen will appear. Click the “Continue” button.
  3. Click on the “Agree” button to agree to the license. A popup confirmation window will appear; click on the popup’s “Agree” button.
  4. Select the hard drive and click the “Install” button.
  • Reset your Mac by doing the following:
  1. Reset the SMC (see step 3 under the “Reset the SMC on Mac notebook computers” section).
  2. Reset the NVRAM (aka PRAM).
  3. Run the Apple Hardware Diagnostic or Test to make sure you don’t have a hardware failure.
  4. Finally, retry the macOS Sierra install.
  • Use a different USB port on the Mac.
  • Use another brand of USB flash drive.
  • Delete and re-download the macOS Sierra installer (especially if you downloaded it a long while ago). Even if the checksum is okay, you may want to re-download in case there is a newer version of the installer with a bug fix for your very problem.
  • Download an older Mac OS X version, say Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, install that, and then upgrade to macOS Sierra. If you know the Mac OS X version which came with your Mac originally, consider downloading (if you still have access) and installing that version first.
  • Use the Mac Recovery System to download and install the original OS version that came with your Mac. Then upgrade from that to macOS Sierra.
  • Buy a more recent model Mac (at most a couple of years old). It may be that your current Mac is too old or slow to support macOS Sierra. It’s okay to keep running an old Mac OS version. (For example, if I had a Core 2 Duo Mac, I would not run anything later than Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks on it.)

How do I uninstall OS X base system in Disk Utility?

  • Boot the Mac from a recovery DVD, USB key, or an attached drive.
  • Launch Disk Utility.
  • Right-click on the Disk (not the partitions) and select “Erase”
  • Select the default Mac OS Extended (Journaled) as the file system, and give the drive a name.

Should I erase my OS X base system?

How do I unlock a disk on a Mac?

  1. Restart Mac, press and hold Command + R keys down until a menu appears on the screen.
  2. In the Menu, choose ‘Disk Utility, next click the button ”
  3. In the Utility menu, choose your Startup volume which in most cases is called Macintosh HD.

How do I restore my Macintosh HD?

  • Restart your Mac.
  • While the startup disc is waking up, hold down the Command and R keys simultaneously.
  • Click on Disk Utility.
  • Click Continue.
  • Select your Mac’s hard drive.
  • Click the Restore tab at the top of the Disk Utility window.

What is Ox base system?

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Why can’t I erase my disk utility?

How do you wipe a Mac?

  1. Make sure your Mac is turned off.
  2. Press the power button.
  3. Immediately hold down the command and R keys.
  4. Wait until the Apple logo appears.
  5. Select “Disk Utility” from the OS X Utilities list.
  6. Select the disk you’d like to erase by clicking on it in the sidebar.

How do I reformat my imac?

  • Restart your Mac.
  • While the startup disc is waking up, hold down the Command+R keys simultaneously.
  • Select Disk Utility.
  • Click on Continue.
  • Click on View.
  • Click on Show all Devices.
  • Select your Startup disk (it is probably named “Apple SSD” or something similar).

What is recovery mode Mac?

How do I unlock my Macintosh HD password?

  1. Turn off your Mac.
  2. Press the power button whilst holding Command + R.
  3. The Mac will boot into Recovery Mode — when you see the load bar appear you can let go of the keys.
  4. Select ‘Disk Utility’ and press Continue.
  5. Go to Utilities > Terminal.
  6. Enter ‘resetpassword’ and press the Return key.

How do I remove encryption from my hard drive Mac?

  • Connect the drive or volume you wish to decrypt to the Mac.
  • Select the external drive (either from the hard drive or the Finder, or from the Devices menu in the Finder sidebar) and right-click on the drive icon, then choose “Decrypt ‘DriveName’…” from the list.

How do I restore a Mac partition?

  1. Step 1: Open Disk Utility.
  2. Step 2: Click the partition that you wish to delete under the logical volume.
  3. Step 3: Click the Erase tab and make sure Mac OS X Extended (Journaled) is selected.
  4. Step 4: Click the Erase button.
  5. Step 5: Click the logical volume.

How do I get to OSX utilities?

  • Reboot the Mac and hold down Command+R to boot into Recovery, or hold down OPTION.
  • Select “Recovery HD” at the boot menu.
  • At the Mac OS X Utilities screen, select “Disk Utility”
  • Select the boot volume or partition from the left menu and click on the “Repair” tab.

How do I do a clean install of OSX?

  1. Step 1: Clean up your Mac.
  2. Step 2: Back up your data.
  3. Step 3: Clean Install macOS Sierra on your startup disk.
  4. Step 1: Erase your non-startup drive.
  5. Step 2: Download the macOS Sierra Installer from the Mac App Store.
  6. Step 3: Start the Installation of macOS Sierra on the Non-startup drive.

What does restore disk utility do?

What does OSX mean?

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What is Macintosh HD on Mac?

Can’t be installed on Macintosh HD?

  • Press and hold “option” key and click restart.
  • In the “Startup disk selection” screen, use the arrow keys to select your main hard drive (not the MacOS update)
  • Wait for your Mac to boot normally.
  • Download the latest combo update directly from Apple.

How do I boot a Mac in Safe Mode?

  1. Restart the Macintosh. Press and hold the Shift key immediately after you hear the startup tone.
  2. Release the Shift key when the Apple logo appears. Safe Boot appears on the Mac OS X startup screen.

What does first aid on Mac do?

How do I restore my iMac to factory settings without CD?

How do I wipe and reinstall my Mac?

How do I reinstall Mojave on Mac without disc?

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  • Backup the Mac before going any further, do not skip making a full backup.
  • Restart the Mac, then immediately hold down the COMMAND + R keys together immediately to boot into macOS Recovery Mode (alternatively, you can also hold down OPTION during boot and select Recovery from the boot menu)

Is Mac OS Sierra still available?

What is the most current Mac OS?

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