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Old Jun 4th, 2020, 12:59 AM   #11
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Hmmm...??? That's a bit odd, but I have no trouble accessing or seeing the choice to download either Mojave or two of the other macOS Versions using Firefox 67.0.3.



I'm running Mavericks Mac OS 10.9.5.

The "macOS Mojave" is a workimg link.

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I'm running FF 77.0.1 so maybe that is the problem and os Sierra 10.12.6. Anyway it downloaded straight to the apps folder and launchpad. I'll try and install it tomorrow in place of Catalina.

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I'm running FF 77.0.1 so maybe that is the problem and os Sierra 10.12.6. Anyway it downloaded straight to the apps folder and launchpad. I'll try and install it tomorrow in place of Catalina.

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I trust you have read-up on the details of downgrading from Catalina to Mohave and checking on the formatting details depending on whether you have a rotating spinner or solid-state hard drive.

It's not an easy Cakewalk like it was in the old Mac OS Version Days.

Don't forget to make sure you have a backup of your current data if you need any of it. Even the installer usually tells you to do so before you run the installer!!!





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Old Jun 4th, 2020, 11:52 AM   #13
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I trust you have read-up on the details of downgrading from Catalina to Mohave and checking on the formatting details depending on whether you have a rotating spinner or solid-state hard drive.

It's not an easy Cakewalk like it was in the old Mac OS Version Days.

Don't forget to make sure you have a backup of your current data if you need any of it. Even the installer usually tells you to do so before you run the installer!!!

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Thanks for the advice Patrick. Catalina is installed on a external hdd I'm using for practicing purposes only. There is no data on it so nothing to lose.
I intend to reformat the external HDD and then install Mojave. I have done this a few times already.

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Thanks for the advice Patrick. Catalina is installed on a external hdd I'm using for practicing purposes only. There is no data on it so nothing to lose.
I intend to reformat the external HDD and then install Mojave. I have done this a few times already.

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Old Jun 4th, 2020, 08:22 PM   #15
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Thank you, thank you, thank you for solving what I've been struggling with. I need a Mojave installer and just couldn't get to it (my default is Firefox).

After reading this I used Safari and, voila, got the installer.

Thank you very much.
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I cannot run Mohave but I find it hard to believe why so many seem to have so much trouble with it and other macOS install versions that only seems to suggest that Apple has really screwed up lately eIither downloading or getting the OS to install.
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I cannot run Mohave but I find it hard to believe why so many seem to have so much trouble with it and other macOS install versions that only seems to suggest that Apple has really screwed up lately eIither downloading or getting the OS to install.


I tend to agree with you and welcome ehMac.ca forums.

I also cannot go past High Sierra, even if I wanted to, but I actually went back to using Mavericks 10.9.5 that still has a lot of features I use that Apple removed in later OS versions.

I do not need nor can use most of their "New and Improved Features"!!!


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