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noNo need to " install the OS off a USB device" ( makedevice (make bootable os installer on a USB device) - the already available and achieved osOS net install will well do -do.
noNo need to " install the OS off a USB device" ( makedevice (make bootable os installer on a USB device) - the already available and achieved osOS net install will well do -do.
 
ifIf you got a spare external hard drive / SSD on a USB case or at least 16 or 32 GB USB stick -- you can install the said available macOS (mountain lion) and then proceed to boot from the freshly installed external. Once there thethe system profiler ( systemsystem report in later os versions) will show whatever storage is recognisedrecognized.
ifIf you got a spare external hard drive / SSD on a USB case or at least 16 or 32 GB USB stick -- you can install the said available macOS (mountain lion) and then proceed to boot from the freshly installed external. Once there thethe system profiler ( systemsystem report in later os versions) will show whatever storage is recognisedrecognized.
 
=== Update (07/06/2019) ===I would have suggested starting with diagnostics (support.apple.com/en-us/HT202731 ) though the codes produced from the net diagnostics are so cryptic as to be barely usable - still one may get an answer that is usable in some cases.
=== Update (07/06/2019) ===I would have suggested starting with diagnostics (support.apple.com/en-us/HT202731 ) though the codes produced from the net diagnostics are so cryptic as to be barely usable - still one may get an answer that is usable in some cases.
 
I would have suggested starting with diagnostics ( support.apple.com/en-us/HT202731 ) though the codes produced from the net diagnostics are so cryptic as to be barely usable - still one may get an answer that is usable in some cases.

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I would have suggested starting with diagnostics ( support.apple.com/en-us/HT202731 ) though the codes produced from the net diagnostics are so cryptic as to be barely usable - still one may get an answer that is usable in some cases.

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Additionally:
 
The SSD module is Apple proprietary form though in essence - a SATA one - so a cheap adapter can be bought in eBay to transform the internal/proprietary into a SATA connected and thus usable in some external usb form.
 
As usual - in any contacts - there are two sides being connected together - if you got 2 devices plugged in a socket that are not working -- I will at least be wary that the socket may be the bad one instead (the logic board) . This without a known-good part may be untestable....

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no need to " install the OS off a USB device" ( make bootable os installer on a USB device) - the already available and achieved os net install will well do -
 
if you got a spare external hard drive / SSD on a USB case or at least 16 or 32 GB USB stick -- you can install the said available macOS (mountain lion) and then proceed to boot from the freshly installed external. Once there the system profiler ( system report in later os versions) will show whatever storage is recognised.
 
=== Update (07/06/2019) ===
 
I would have suggested starting with diagnostics ( support.apple.com/en-us/HT202731 ) though the codes produced from the net diagnostics are so cryptic as to be barely usable - still one may get an answer that is usable in some cases.
 
additionally
 
The SSD module is Apple proprietary form though in essence - a SATA one - so a cheap adapter can be bought in eBay to transform the internal/proprietary into a SATA connected and thus usable in some external usb form.
 
As usual - in any contacts - there are two sides being connected together - if you got 2 devices plugged in a socket that are not working -- I will at least be wary that the socket may be the bad one instead (the logic board) . This without a known-good part may be untestable....

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: hardijs ,

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no need to " install the OS off a USB device" ( make bootable os installer on a USB device) - the already available and achieved os net install will well do -

if you got a spare external hard drive / SSD on a USB case or at least 16 or 32 GB USB stick -- you can install the said available macOS (mountain lion) and then proceed to boot from the freshly installed external. Once there  the system profiler ( system report in later os versions) will show whatever storage is recognised.

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