Go to Disk Utility (Finder -> Applications -> Utilities -> Disk Utility) and get the name of your drive. If your drive is not named Fledging_Feather, make sure to read the NOTICE at the end of this documentation. If your drive is named Fledging_Feather, please proceed to the next step.
Open Terminal (Finder -> Applications -> Utilities -> Terminal) and type the following command (or copy paste). Again, make sure to read the NOTICE at the end of this documentation if your drive is not named Fledging_Feather:
sudo bless --folder /Volumes/Fledging_Feather/System/Library/CoreServices/ --file /Volumes/Fledging_Feather/System/Library/CoreServices/boot.efi --setBoot
Press return. You will be prompted with a password. Please type in your user password and press return again. Note that you will not be able to view the password you are typing in.
Repeat steps two and three with this secondary command, which will complete the blessing of your drive:
sudo bless --mount /Volumes/Fledging_Feather/System/Library/CoreServices/ --file /Volumes/Fledging_Feather/System/Library/CoreServices/boot.efi --setBoot
Turn your computer off (do not restart). Turn it on again and watch the Apple logo appear right away! Enjoy!
NOTICE: there might be a progress bar after you type your password to login, this is because you have FileVault enabled.
If you are having any problems blessing your drive, please reach out to us at email@example.com
Before you copy paste this, please pay attention to the Fledging_Feather
in red. This is because the computer is named "Fledging_Feather"
Please change this to what your computer is named. Please do not use spaces! If you have a space in your name, you must use the escape character “\”.
If your computer is named “Macintosh” then you will type Macintosh
sudo bless --folder /Volumes/Macintosh/System/Library/CoreServices/
If your computer is named “Macintosh HD” then you will type Macintosh\ HD
sudo bless --folder /Volumes/Macintosh\ HD/System/Library/CoreServices/
If your computer is named “Daniel Mac Computer” then you will type Daniel\ Mac\ Computer
sudo bless --folder /Volumes/Daniel\ Mac\ Computer/System/Library/CoreServices/
If your computer is named “Daniel Computer” (there are TWO spaces in between) then you will type Daniel\ \ Computer
sudo bless --folder /Volumes/Daniel\ \ Computer/System/Library/CoreServices/