|BUILD YOUR OWN BOOTABLE MONTEREY USB DISK!
This post will explain how to build your own bootable Monterey USB disk!
This post will explain how to : ‘create bootable Monterey USB disk’. A bootable disk is a much more convenient procedure to use than the ‘recovery mode’ . Recovery will not always start with the latest build or version of Apple’s software as this also depends on your hardware used. ( production year ). You may startup with Mojave, Big Sur depending on your used system and then proceed with some software updates which should end up in an equal system state as a straightforward installed bootable system disk . However I feel that any mayor software update
will leave some traces of the upgraded software in your Mac’s system.
How Do I Boot Into Recovery Mode?
Booting into Recovery Mode is only a few steps away, providing you know what to press. Here’s how to boot into Recovery Mode on an Intel-based Mac.
- Click the Apple logo on your desktop. (menubar left corner)
- Click Restart. (from the menubar menu)
- Immediately hold down the Command and R keys until you see an Apple logo or spinning globe appear.
- Choose from the Recovery Mode utility options. These include Restore from Time Machine Backup, Reinstall macOS, Get Help Online or Disk Utility.