Reply With Quote 03-25-2012,07:07 PM #9 surfer106 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Mar 25, 2012 Posts 1 Successful Lion install after "no recovery" message I wanted to share my The support article reminded me of why I broke my exclusive arrangment with Microsoft in the first place. Also had additional problems. I suggest you do this and ensure that all upgrades are also performed on the Windows side. this content
DiskMaker X proposes two different ways to make a bootable disk: - You can choose to use a dedicated 8 GB thumb drive ; - Or you can choose a volume There are three ways to avoid this problem : If you did not erase your Mac and its OS is still working fine, reboot on its hard drive, open System Preferences > Date and Time, Don’t worry, if it does not find your OS X Install app, Lion DiskMaker will allow to select manually an InstallESD.dmg file. You may get your partition layout in Terminal with command "df". see it here
ends in 2 days Related 0How can I Create a Recovery Partition on a Newly Installed SSD?7Stuck in a boot loop after failed update to Mavericks, can't reformat HDD2I think my Also, I have checked if the Recovery partition is missing, which it isn't. Yes, that’s cool, but I don’t have the complete OS X Install app and I just kept the InstallESD.dmg file.
Submit Cancel One Moment Please Thanks for your feedback. 10% of people found this helpful. That’s it. (also: « Lion Diskmaker » should make Apple’s lawyers go less ballistic than « OS X Diskmaker ». Yes, you can, though the USB drive has the advantage of being « universal » and works on any Mac. This Disk Cannot Be Used To Startup Your Computer Sierra Here's the question: Can I just delete that part of the HD and try again?
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How can I preserve my data?2Unable to boot into recovery mode on Mavericks Mid 2009 17" Macbook Pro1Internet Recovery failed -1006f5Uninstall rEFInd 0.8-3.7 on Yosemite1Install rEFInd on another partition0Cannot boot to Mac Os Cannot Be Installed On This Computer Sierra My drive was completely erased! Run DiskMaker X in an admin session (not a standard user session). It installed smoothly and I was able to boot from the drive, but that wasn't what I was shooting for.
Output the first position in your program for each input character Has my macOS Sierra system been infected by unknown users? http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/36776/cant-upgrade-to-lion-with-error-cant-be-installed-because-a-recovery-system-c share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply sharkash, Jan 14, 2013 sharkash macrumors newbie Joined: Jan 14, 2013 #9 finao12 said: ↑ I had the Mac Os Could Not Be Installed On Your Computer Sierra MFVISUALS.COM | LAST HONEST TECH BLOGGear: 15" MacBook Pro 2012, iPad Air, iPhone 5S, iPod Touch 4G, iPod Nano 6G July 21, 2011 1:40 am Page 1 MacHeist Forums » The This Disk Cannot Be Used To Startup Your Computer El Capitan lion recovery share|improve this question edited Mar 11 '15 at 10:12 asked Mar 11 '15 at 9:40 Jason L 32 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote
Inserted Snow Leopard install disk; changed start-up disk to superdrive and rebooted with Snow Leopard (with install disk in the drive). In some situations, the disk you want to upgrade may be labelled "This disk cannot be used to start up your computer." If possible, back up and reformat the target disk After the OS X installation is complete, you can use Disk Utility to resize the partition back to its original size by dragging the resize corner to make the partition as If no joy download and rum Memtest. Www.apple.com/support/no-recovery To Learn More
I'm a video editor and my drive was in pretty nasty shape.)2. I was also not given the option to proceed without creating the recovery and instead the system was restarted in Snow Leopard. The only way I found that could remove the problem would be to : Use Activity Monitor (in /Applicationsl/Utilities) to quit any instance of ASObjC Runner ; Reboot your Mac ; Check again Still, installing Lion was unsuccessful at startup.
By creating the Recovery partition the number of partitions increase and the bootcamp partition get another number. This Version Of Macos 10.12 Cannot Be Installed On This Computer. Will accept if it worked! –jowido Oct 24 '13 at 19:50 1 It worked, thanks! Start Lion installer again and boom, problem solved.Thanks and again and good luck to anybody stuck with this error.
I can't restore USB stick with InstallESD.dmg. Then choose the "another kind of disk" option and select the right volume each time. Can DiskMaker X build a drive with different versions of OS X ? This Version Of Mac Os 10.12 Cannot Be Installed On This Computer Perhaps a vestige from Boot Camp?
Lion DiskMaker should resume automatically. Taking tips from this forum, I unmounted the Windows partition, which sounded promising, but didn't work. By dtssp in forum Other Hardware and Peripherals Replies: 0 Last Post: 03-14-2011, 06:23 PM "Source Media Damaged" error while installing OS By ryankk49 in forum Apple Notebooks Replies: 4 Last This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by Apple Inc.
I'm not using Boot Camp though, and I was hoping to do this without formatting :) –jowido Oct 24 '13 at 19:39 I've deleted the Recovery HD and extended This has been fixed with DiskMaker X 3.0.1 and later. Seems that to get many of the Lion goodies you need new apps and new computer.BTW: WHAT is the big deal with Mission Control? This is what I did and was able to keep my Boot Camp partition.
Too many advisors Is this behaviour of GPIO pins normal? This installer is compatible with Macs pre-equiped with your version of OS X. - If you did not purchase OS X, but want to get an Install disc, there is a way So I dig a little more in to this and find a possibility which did work on my old macbook In simple: If you are using bootcamp to boot windows, rename I went back into Boot Camp Assistant and looked at my partitions (even though only one was displayed, Mac OS X) and just clicked continue and it said my Windows partition
Use this guide (only first steps) worked for me perfectly. When I hold down the Option button while booting, there is no longer an option to boot into Mac OS - only Windows. All 3 attempts saw a quick flash of a blue screen with error messages I couldn't read in the 1 second it was on the screen and then the machine rebooted Always confirm operating system functionality by using the install disc that shipped with your particular Mac.
Can't backup files from recovery mode. The installation failed because "recovery system can't be created". I do not have the 10.6 installation DVD that came with my purchase years ago, so unfortunately that is presently not an option.