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Now this is important. You don´t write what Mac you want to boot from the drive. I.ex. a PowerPC formatet boot drive will not boot an Intel Mac. So when you format the drive in Disk Utiliy choose "Partition" and how many partitions you want (usually one volume). Then click on "Options" and choose "GUID-partition table" to boot an Intel Mac and "Apple-partition table" to boot a PowerPC Mac.
-With and Intel Mac you can also boot from USB. This is handy and I have a USB stick that is loaded with utilities that I have saved a lot of Intel Macs with.
+With an Intel Mac you can also boot from external USB (only Firewire on PowerPC). This is handy and I have a USB stick that is loaded with utilities that I have saved a lot of Intel Macs with.
Here is a tip on creating a minimal boot disk with your own tools:
http://www.techarena.in/guide/9476-create-bootable-mac-os-x-dvd-clone-x3.htm and besides that you could google "create os x boot disk".

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Aporte original por: asle ,

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Now this is important. You don´t write what Mac you want to boot from the drive. I.ex. a PowerPC formatet boot drive will not boot an Intel Mac. So when you format the drive in Disk Utiliy choose "Partition" and how many partitions you want (usually one volume). Then click on "Options" and choose "GUID-partition table" to boot an Intel Mac and "Apple-partition table" to boot a PowerPC Mac. 

With and Intel Mac you can also boot from USB. This is handy and I have a USB stick that is loaded with utilities that I have saved a lot of Intel Macs with.

Here is a tip on creating a minimal boot disk with your own tools:
http://www.techarena.in/guide/9476-create-bootable-mac-os-x-dvd-clone-x3.htm and besides that you could google "create os x boot disk".

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