- Feb 8, 2017
- Gigabyte Z170x Gaming 6
- I7 6700k
- Evga 950 SSC 2gb
No, you do not create a USB install drive for a Direct Update. Download the update from Apple and run it. It will reboot your computer a few times, booting from an install partition it creates during the update process.Do you need a USB stick to do the Direct Update? It says in first post no USB creation needed but mine boots up with out showing macOS install drive.
This is a Desktop forum, your post is off topic.After updating from sierra to high sierra screen was like this and everything was working fine on sierra but after updating screen was like this. Any suggestions how to fix it ?
I'm having the same problem, but have tried on two different Macs and still have the same ~22mb download and not the full High Sierra install app. On a backup drive I do have a copy of High Sierra installer 10.13.3 however Multibeast says it is only compatible with 13.4+ so I think I need a newer version. Any help would be appreciated.A little help here... when I try to download High Sierra from the the Mac App store (from the link found on post #834), the download is only 22.7 MB for v.13.6.02.
Is this correct? If not, how do I gain access to the full GBs install file?
Problem Solved. I was able to use a different Mac and download the full installer.