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How to Erase and Format a USB Drive on Your Mac
Open the Terminal application. You can find it by searching Spotlight for "Terminal" sans quotes. In Terminal, type diskutil list and hit enter. Look at the results and determine the identifier of your target USB drive. It will look like this: If you have only one external drive connected, this should be easy to figure out hint: Run the following command to reformat your USB drive: Replace NAME with the name you want to give the partition which essentially doesn't matter.
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Make it all CAPS to avoid problems. Replace 8 in 8G with the number of Gigabytes you want your partition to have. It's easiest to just go with the total size of your USB drive. Wait for it to complete. Verify the output. The end of the command's output should show the formatting of your drive. You should see two DeviceNodes: Run Boot Camp Assistant again and be happy because it finally works like a charm.
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What was the actual cause of the problem? Was the flash drive somehow manipulated before, so that it wasn't possible to re-partition it with Disk Utility? Or is it a model-specific problem?
Also, is this an El Capitan-specific problem? Jan 7, 6: Mar 10, 2: I tried this as well and bootcamp assistant still did not recognize the disk as one partition and consequently asked for the thumb drive to be one FAT partition. I have tried everything else as well, so what I am going to do is attempt to manually install the drivers. Apr 3, 8: The problem is with the size of the usb drive. I got the same error message with a 8Gb drive, but a 2Gb drive worked just fine. May 30, 4: Yo i appreciate it, this was very helpful. Literally, assuming because the dropdown drive image probably had something to contribute as another drive?
Which is probably why the second deleting process needed to happen be done. For example when you stated to not delete the actual drive itself but the "Drop down drive. Your amazing, Haha! But yo, Good bye. Jul 4, 6: Yay man! Thank you for your answer!
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Ask a question. User profile for user: Shazam99 Shazam Question marked as Apple recommended User profile for user: KeyDemon KeyDemon. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: View answer in context. Helpful answers Drop Down menu. Then click "erase" format the drive as specified: It should look like the selection below: Hope this helps and happy new years!
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