Microsoft would have you believe that you need a computer running Windows 7 or later to create a USB install disk for Windows. Unfortunately, this makes no fucking sense at all - if I’m already running Windows on my machine, what do I need an installer for? Fortunately, not everything Microsoft tells you is true.
Creating a Windows installer from OS X is actually quite simple - Boot Camp Assistant can do it for you. If you’re on a newer machine without an optical drive, you probably have an option that says “Create a Windows 7 or later version install disk”. Click that and point it to your ISO image. Done.
If you need to create a Yosemite beta install drive while booted into Snow Leopard, you should use the Disk Utility instructions, below. Using the createinstallmedia command in Terminal Here are. Make a Yosemite boot disk!Learn how to use DiskMaker X 5 to quickly and easily create a Mac OS X 10.9 Yosemite USB Boot Disk.You can use this disk as an inst. Click Erase then create the disk button to begin preparing your bootable OS X Yosemite installation USB. Step 6: Wait for a couple of minutes to let DiskMaker X complete its job. Once the bootable USB of Yosemite is ready, you can install Yosemite from the USB drive. With this video I want to show you how we can create an installation usb with mac os YOSEMITE 10.10Link for download Mac OS X Yosemite 10.10 DMGhttps://suppo. Apple released the new Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite in the Mac App Store for everyone to download and install for free on October 16th, 2014, but downloading a 5+ GB file for each of your computers will take some serious time. The best thing to do is download it once and create a bootable install USB drive from the file for all of your Macs.
If you’re on an older machine (like my Hoth), you won’t find this option. Don’t Panic! Hacking Boot Camp Assistant into small bits and reassembling it will do the trick.
First of all, we’ll modify BCA’s Info.plist. It’s at
/Applications/Utilities/Boot Camp Assistant.app/Contents/Info.plist. Open it in your favorite text editor (Note: this requires elevated privileges). Once we’re there, we’ll tell it which machines can create USB disks. Look for the key
PreUSBBootSupportedModels. Change it to
USBBootSupportedModels. Makes sense, right? Save.
Then, we’ll need to resign BCA, otherwise it will refuse to run. For this, we’ll need the Xcode command line tools installed. Then it’s as easy as
Install Disk Creator Yosemite Download
Now restart BCA, and you’ll find the option you were looking for.