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TOPIC: Using TechTool Protogo on Macbook Pro

Using TechTool Protogo on Macbook Pro 13 Oct 2011 00:26 #1359

I just downloaded both versions of Protogo thinking I might install it on my desktop as well as use a flash drive. I guess I need at least an 8G flash drive to install it. When I do get that accomplished, will the flash drive work on the MacBook Pro? Next question-- can I install it on a DVD-- in some of the ads, DVD is mentioned, but not flash drive. The blank DVD's I have say 4.7GB. Are they large enough to hold the Protogo?
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Re: Using TechTool Protogo on Macbook Pro 13 Oct 2011 00:49 #1362

About Protogo Files explains what the files are and what models are currently supported. You should be able to boot your MacBook Pro using the Intel profile, which will fit on an 8 GB USB memory stick.

Protogo ships on a DVD, but is not intended to make bootable DVDs. There is no advantage to making bootable DVDs instead of using a USB memory stick, because the Macintosh cannot make use of virtual memory when it is booted from a locked volume.
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Makers of TechTool
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