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The older MacBooks & MacBook Pro’s didn’t offer USB boot support. The first Mac was the MacBook Air which came out in January 2008.
-It’s been a while that I’ve had to worry about it but I do believe the 2007 & 2008 models are the last ones that required boot up from either the internal optional drive or an external FireWire drive (prepped with Mac OS-X as a bootable drive).
+It’s been a while that I’ve had to worry about it but I do believe the 2007 & 2008 models are the last ones that required boot up from either the internal optical drive or an external FireWire drive (prepped with Mac OS-X as a bootable drive).
You’ll need to find the original grey CD that came with the system or the retail copy of the OS-X CD to gain access via the optical drive or leverage a friends Mac using Target Disk Mode via a FireWire connection.

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The older MacBooks & MacBook Pro’s didn’t offer USB boot support. The first Mac was the MacBook Air which came out in January 2008.

It’s been a while that I’ve had to worry about it but I do believe the 2007 & 2008 models are the last ones that required boot up from either the internal optional drive or an external FireWire drive (prepped with Mac OS-X as a bootable drive).

You’ll need to find the original grey CD that came with the system or the retail copy of the OS-X CD to gain access via the optical drive or leverage a friends Mac using Target Disk Mode via a FireWire connection.

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