You will need the iso image BibleWorks10rev4.iso (or whatever is the latest image) as well as an empty 32 GB Flash Drive to complete this task.

1. Mount the BibleWorks iso image.

Right click the file iso file and select "Open With... -> DiskImageMounter"

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A window Finder will open with the contents of the iso. Go ahead and close that for now.

2. Format the Thumb Drive.

Open Disk Utility. The easiest way to achieve this is to press the 'command' and 'space' keys at the same time and open Spotlight. Type Disk Utility and select the Disk Utility app from the list that appears.

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Then select the thumb drive from the list on the left and choose the 'Erase' option. Enter BW10DVD1 as the name.

Select ExFAT as the format.

Note: I think the name of the drive might be essential for the installer to be able to identify the USB stick. However, I am not certain on this but it doesn't hurt anything to keep it the same.

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Click Erase and wait for it to complete its action. This will format the device and mount it. When it is done you will see it in Finder as an empty drive.

3. Copy the files to the new drive.

Open the terminal by pressing 'command' + 'space' again and this time typing 'terminal'. Select the Terminal app from the list and press enter.

In the window type "rsync -av /Volumes/BW10DVD1/* /Volumes/BW10DVD1\ 1/". This will copy the files onto the USB stick (this will take a while to complete).

You should see something like the following in your terminal window.
building file list ... done
0x0409.ini
BWCheckDisc.exe
Bwgrkl.ttf
CRCF.EXE
ISSetup.dll
autorun.exe
autorun.inf
crc.def
data1.cab
data1.hdr
data2.cab
data3.cab
data4.cab
data5.cab
data6.cab
data7.cab
layout.bin
setup.exe
setup.ini
setup.inx
splash.bmp
mac_installer/
mac_installer/bibleworks-10-41.dmg
refresh/
refresh/bw1000.chm
refresh/bw1000.exe
refresh/bw1000.map
refresh/bw100064.exe


sent 21749796854 bytes received 604 bytes 12305401.67 bytes/sec
total size is 21747140398 speedup is 1.00

Note: The iso is named BW10DVD1 and the usb device is named BW10DVD1\ 1. This is because they share the same name, and the OS automatically renamed the second one when it was mounted. If you didn't mount the iso first and instead formatted the drive first the names would be swapped.

SUCCESS!

With 32 GB drive you still have room to put the updated Mac Installer, and your license info for safe keeping. I created a folder named 'licenses' where I put a file with all of my order receipts and codes.

Let me know how this works for everyone.