As you may know, the OS X boot sequence details is hidden from the user by default; you basically only see the Apple logo and a load status bar.
So googling for more info, I found 2 ways to handle this:
- On the fly (non-permanent) – To see it only when you want to, hold down CMD + v after you’ve hit the power button. Hold it down just until you see the text on the screen.
- Permanent – To see it every time OS X boots, do the following:
- Open a terminal window.
- Type and execute sudo nvram boot-args=”-v”.
- Reboot your computer.
That’s it! Option #2, BTW, can be rolled-back, so don’t worry.
‘Till my next post, take it easy. =0)