2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 3, 2014 3:58 AM by jiten23bisht

    How can make a boot disk for Intel® Processor Identification Utility

    khea_actua

      Hi, I recently wanted to determine if my MacPro has Hardware Virtualization enabled.  It seems like the easiest way to determine this (since Mac's have no bios) is to use the Intel® Processor Identification Utility (or learn the EFI stuff)

       

      This utility however seems to require to be on a bootable floppy disk.

       

      So, though I can get access to a Windows machine to run the executable, it seems determined to write to a floppy disk on a:.  I haven't even seen a computer with a floppy drive in years.

       

      How can I put this on a bootable DVD, or bootable USB key or something?

       

      Thanks.