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I've read that a bootable image can be made via firewire. Is it possible to do the same via USB?

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Tell us about your Mac, model etc as some can boot from USB2 and others cannot and must use Firewire.
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Tell us about your Mac, model etc as some can boot from USB2 and others cannot and must use Firewire.
Thanks. I haven't received my Macbook Pro, yet. It's last generation's model

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Your MBP can boot from either Firewire or USB 2.

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Thanks all. This is my first Mac...I'm changing teams.
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