MacMini (mid-2010): the outside USB port worked for me with an ancient Microsoft intellitype keyboard. I also unplugged the USB mouse receiver, so that the only USB input was the keyboard. That seemed to make the difference and let me into the boot menu options. Boot Camp isn’t exactly a feature that’s new to Mac OS X: If you want to install Windows 8 on a Mac, for example, you’ll have to lean on the software. But perhaps you’ve only recently. You’ve probably noticed that your Mac will now boot up into Windows by default. This brief tutorial will show you how to set your Mac to load macOS rather than Windows each time it starts up. First things first – start your Mac in macOS/OS X. To do this, hold down the Option key while your Mac starts up. You’ll be presented with a list of.
Or use Startup Manager as your Mac starts up: