CoastalOR said:. Here is what I have used successfully my thumb drive is named Untitled : Code:.
DONE What you used successfully, is exactly the same, as what I used except for your thumb drive name and ending with the following: " --nointeraction". It is not required for createinstallmedia to work, but here is what it does: --nointeraction : erase the disk pointed to by "--volume" without prompting for confirmation. If you run createinstallmedia without "--nointeraction", it will first ask you to confirm to erase the disk before creating your bootable installer disk. A couple of questions. Have you tried restarting your Mac recently?
The apple store will not let me upgrade my mac mini from OS X to It states that I must have or later. How can I upgrade. Before you upgrade, we recommend that you back up your Mac. Then, if your Mac is running OS X Mountain Lion or later, you can upgrade directly to.
Is the USB thumb drive formatted for Mac? Does the USB thumb drive mount? Last edited: Apr 10, Jul 11, 8, 2, Strange thing is now, after downloading macOS Sierra, if I try to restart it I get this, for the first time that I can ever recall, although I did switch to users, to download it:.
You're getting that because you didn't log out of your other account but instead just switched users. The text in the dialog box explains exactly what is going on.
What is a non-blank administrator password? OK, after further review, a non-blank administrator password appears not to be my issue, as I entered a real password but thought I was onto something, when I read the following Instead, it either returns you to the command prompt All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries.
It's possible that createinstallmedia won't run under We encourage all users on these operating systems to upgrade to newer versions of macOS in order to have ongoing access to the latest features of Steam, and to ensure future access to all games and other Steam content. Reactions: camardelle. Americas AMER. Lion, Mountain Lion and Mavericks all reached x. But if Apple does send Mountain Lion to the old cats' home, it will have dropped the OS after three years, the same as Lion's stretch but less than a third of the decade Microsoft currently promises to support Windows with security patches. So I assumed OP is either a child or seriously technically illiterate when it comes to mac machines, hence why he needs more guidance that what steam forums can provide.
Steam macOS Support. Problem with Steam?
And you don't want Mac OSX I suggest you get Mavericks in the meantime. Load up the Mac App store and search for Mavericks and install it and update it.
You won't be sorry but glad. Some of my games' performance improved with Mavericks vs.
Mountain Lion. So I assumed OP is either a child or seriously technically illiterate when it comes to mac machines, hence why he needs more guidance that what steam forums can provide.
He might be on a machine that doesn't even support the latest version. Machines older than? I know this, I have an old MBP and other older machines that won't install to Mavericks at all even if it is free.