Filed to: Os x mountain lion Filed to: Share This Story. Two Cents. Share Tweet. I have been buying only Apple products since before Over the years their business model continues to try and squeeze every last cent from their consumers. For example the cost of the external burner is outrageous. Third party external burner drives have mysterious compatibility issues with El Capitan. It might be as you said about third party burners and the OS though, for instance if I leave a disc idle in the drive for too long, an hour maybe , the disc is still visible on the desktop but becomes unusable forcing a power FULL down and power up — not a reboot.
Anyway, there is a post on MacRumors that has a way to get the old Disk Utility working on I have late iMac with OS.
How to Burn OS X Mountain Lion to a DVD or USB Flash Drive
Second when you do select burn iso to disc, either from the file menu or the right click option, it actually just burns the iso file to the disc. In other words, worthless. The point of burning an iso, or image file, is to make a disc with that image ON the disc, not just that file OF the image ON the disc. Actually it burns the ISO to the disc as the disk image. Just touch stuff on the screen you want to do!
Not everyone has to be tech savvy! But if you open it in Finder then it knows how to open to the. Then try the command line — which sheds a bit more light on it. Gotta Love it when Mac fanboys insult people as a digital means of peen measurement. Trust me, there no correlation between Mac knowledge and peen size. Yes, the burn process works BUT I burned a windows 7 dvd iso and it doesent load.
I tried 2 different isos and non of them bootable. With Finder burn tool, after restart, holding alt — only shows the hdd and cant see the disk.
Actually, all you have to do is right click the file or folder you want to burn to a CD, and select burn to disk. Writing an image to a disk is not the same as writing a folder or file to the disz. This makes the assumption you have already created the disc image to burn. If you insert a DVD of home movies and you want to duplicate it, you still have ti make the disc image first. So, if you have to do that, you might as well do it from the Disk Utility.
Burning Mountain Lion on a DVD
It is simple and intuitive but not work for me. Then I went to Total Video Converter, that worked! Name required. Mail will not be published required. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. Enter your email address below: Select the InstallESD. In the Disk Utility window that opens, scroll through the list of devices in the left-hand pane and select your USB flash device. It may be listed with multiple volume names. Do not select a volume name; instead, select the top-level name, which is usually the name of the device, such as 16GB SanDisk Ultra.
Click the Partition tab. From the Partition Layout drop-down menu, select 1 Partition.
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Click the Options button. Click OK. All data on the USB flash drive will be deleted.
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Click the Apply button. Disk Utility will ask you to confirm that you wish to partition the USB device. Click the Partition button. Click the Restore tab. Drag the InstallESD.