Its Mountain Lion eve and everyone is installing Mountain Lion on Macbook and Mac Pros.
Mountain Lion is available for Download via Mac App Store. Now is the good time to give you a guide how to Make Bootable USB disk drive for installing Mountain Lion on your Mac.
- At least 8GB USB Flash drive or 4.7GB DVD
- Mountain Lion installer app downloaded from the Mac App Store
- Lion Diskmaker app
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Lion Diskmaker app automates the process of making a bootable install disk for both Lion and Mountain Lion—just run the app and let it do its thing.
How to Make Bootable USB Mountain lion install drive
Step 1. Unzip Lion maker app and run it.
Step 2. Creating disk is ust 4 clicks away. click the following buttons that appear on screen one after the other — “10.8 Mountain Lion,” “Use this copy,” “Create a boot disk,” and “An 8 GB USB thumb drive.”
Step 3. You’re done. Let Lion MAker do the rest for you. It would take approximately 30minutes to create bootable USB. Those times are valid for USB 2.0 drives, if you;ve faster USB 3.0 drive, it would take 15minutes, if not more.
As with Lion, the install disk includes the same options as the emergency recovery partition created when you install Lion or Mountain Lion. With it, you’ll be able to use Safari to find troubleshooting information, run Disk Utility to fix filesystem errors, restore from a Time Machine backup, or install Mountain Lion from scratch on any compatible Mac.
Up next: Mountain Lion Top 10 Features.