How to create macOS Mojave USB installer with Disk Drill
If you want to install macOS Mojave on your Mac or another compatible device, you may need a bootable USB installer. A bootable USB installer is a flash drive that contains the macOS Mojave installation files and can be used to start up your Mac and install the operating system. Creating a bootable USB installer can be useful if you want to upgrade multiple Macs without downloading the installer each time, or if you want to troubleshoot or repair your Mac using the recovery mode.
There are different ways to create a macOS Mojave USB installer, but one of the easiest and fastest methods is to use Disk Drill. Disk Drill is a powerful data recovery and disk management tool that can help you create a bootable USB installer in just a few steps. Here's how to do it:
Download Disk Drill from its official website and install it on your Mac.
Launch Disk Drill and click on the \"Create Boot Drive\" option in the main window.
Insert a USB flash drive with at least 16 GB of storage space into your Mac. Make sure you have backed up any important data on the flash drive, as it will be erased during the process.
Select your USB flash drive from the list of available drives and click on \"Create Boot Drive\".
Disk Drill will ask you to download the macOS Mojave installer from the App Store. Click on \"Download\" and wait for the download to complete.
Once the download is finished, Disk Drill will automatically copy the installer files to your USB flash drive and make it bootable.
When the process is done, you will see a confirmation message. Click on \"Done\" and eject your USB flash drive.
You have successfully created a macOS Mojave USB installer with Disk Drill. To use it, restart your Mac and hold down the Option key while it boots up. You will see a list of bootable devices. Select your USB flash drive and follow the on-screen instructions to install macOS Mojave.
Disk Drill is not only a tool for creating bootable USB installers, but also a powerful data recovery software that can help you recover deleted or lost files from any storage device. Whether you accidentally deleted some files, formatted your drive, or suffered a system crash, Disk Drill can scan your drive and find the files you need. Here's how to recover deleted files with Disk Drill:
Launch Disk Drill and select the drive where you want to recover files from. You can choose your internal hard drive, an external drive, a USB flash drive, a memory card, or any other device that can be connected to your Mac.
Click on the \"Recover\" button and wait for Disk Drill to scan your drive. Depending on the size and condition of your drive, the scan may take some time.
When the scan is complete, you will see a list of files that Disk Drill has found. You can preview the files by clicking on the eye icon, or filter them by name, size, date, or type.
Select the files you want to recover and click on the \"Recover\" button again. Choose a location where you want to save the recovered files. Make sure you don't save them to the same drive where they were deleted from, as this may overwrite them and make them unrecoverable.
Wait for Disk Drill to restore your files and check them in the destination folder.
You have successfully recovered deleted files with Disk Drill. You can also use Disk Drill to protect your data from future loss by enabling its Recovery Vault and Guaranteed Recovery features. These features will create invisible backups of your files and allow you to restore them with a click. aa16f39245