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Boot into Recovery from the USB. Instead of opening Disk Utility, open Terminal instead. Run the command diskutil list to see that your drive is being recognised. It should list two disks, one being your bootable drive, the other your SSD, and provide you with a disk identifier (such as disk0). If it doesn't show up, check that you have installed it ...


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You can get older versions of Xcode in the Developer Center Downloads section you can go through the pages of Xcode related downloads to find the one you're looking for. You may need to log in to access this page.


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Look up your model here. http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_mini/index-macmini.html Then, scroll down to the section marked "Maximum MacOS:", it's towards the bottom on the right. One of my Mac Minis is the early 2009 Core2Duo model, which is the oldest Mini which supports Yosemite. If you have a model which is older than 2009, it will only ...



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