Download Old Os Onto New Macbook Pro

Posted : admin On 11/6/2021

Install older OS X onto an external drive The following method allows you to download Mac OS X Lion, Mountain Lion, and Mavericks. Start your Mac holding down Command + R. Prepare a clean external drive (at least 10 GB of storage). Feb 16, 2020 Use Disk Utility to format this drive and then on your Mac Pro download Carbon Copy Cloner, which has a 30 days free trial. Simply run the software on your Mac Pro and clone your Mac Pro onto the Macbook. Once you finished cloning, shutdown the Macbook. Upon your next restart, your Macbook will boot with your Mac Pro OS, as though you are.

Hi I was wondering if anyone can help me with an issue I currently have with my mac book air?


MacBook Air info:

-Purchased new, late 2012

-Processor: 1.7 GHz Intel Core i5

-Memory: 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3

-Storage Capacity: 120 GB

-Storage Capacity Free/Left: 68 GB

-Current OS X 10.9.5 (13F1911)


I am trying to download 'Microsoft One Note' onto my MacBook Air but it won't seem to let me. It keeps coming up with an error message;

'We could not complete your purchase. (null) can’t be installed on “Macintosh HD” because OS X version 10.10 or later is required.'


I have however downloaded and installed the 'macOS High Sierra' recently.

Download Old Os Onto New Macbook Pro

This problem occurs to other apps as well when i try to download them off the App Store onto the MacBook Air.


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Any help/advice on what to do?

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For Mac OS X 10.6 and earlier, you will need the OEM installer disc.
For Mac OS X 10.7 and later, you can use the recovery partition on the original drive. To make sure you have a functional recovery partition, restart your computer and immediately hold down the Command + R keys until the Apple logo appears. If your computer boots into a four-option menu then you have a functional recovery partition that can install the OS. If your computer boots normally to your desktop then you do not have a recovery partition.
If you’re using Mac OS X 10.7 and later and do not have a functional recovery partition, and your computer is found on this list (or is newer than what’s in the list), you can use the Internet Recovery feature built into your Mac. To make sure you have access to Internet Recovery, restart your computer and immediately hold down the Command + Option + R keys until you see a spinning globe logo. If your computer does not have an internet connection it will prompt you to connect to a wireless network. If your computer boots into a four-option menu then you have the ability to use Internet Recovery.
If you are unable to use Internet Recovery you can create a USB installer using DiskMaker X, in order to install a clean OS.