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'''Use [https://www.shirt-pocket.com/SuperDuper/SuperDuperDescription.html|SuperDuper!] to clone a disk with High Sierra to the RAID volume.'''
 
You cannot install High Sierra directly to a RAID volume. However, if you use [https://www.shirt-pocket.com/SuperDuper/SuperDuperDescription.html|SuperDuper!] (which is free for this, btw) you can simply copy/clone the drive with the working High Sierra over to your RAID volume.
 
Some important points:
 
* When you create your RAID volume, make sure it is in Mac OS Extended and not APFS)APFS.
* When you create your RAID volume, make sure it is in Mac OS Extended and not APFS)APFS.
* You can actually be booted up in the High Sierra install that you’re intending to copy _from_ when you do this.
 
I’ve done this and it works great. Mojave might allow you to install directly to a RAID volume but I couldn’t do that because I was waiting for Nvidia to release their macOS video drivers with support for Mojave.

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Original post by: Joshua Pinter ,

Text:

'''Use [https://www.shirt-pocket.com/SuperDuper/SuperDuperDescription.html|SuperDuper!] to clone a disk with High Sierra to the RAID volume.'''

You cannot install High Sierra directly to a RAID volume. However, if you use [https://www.shirt-pocket.com/SuperDuper/SuperDuperDescription.html|SuperDuper!] (which is free for this, btw) you can simply copy/clone the drive with the working High Sierra over to your RAID volume.

Some important points:

* When you create your RAID volume, make sure it is in Mac OS Extended and not APFS).
* You can actually be booted up in the High Sierra install that you’re intending to copy _from_ when you do this.

I’ve done this and it works great. Mojave might allow you to install directly to a RAID volume but I couldn’t do that because I was waiting for Nvidia to release their macOS video drivers with support for Mojave.

Status:

open