Click to expand.You are getting that message because you are using one of these links with a newer OS: I just used the above links while using Sierra and got the same message: I could download 10.11 if I used the App Store 'Purchased' tab (I had previously downloaded El Capitan): Click 'Download' Click continue and it will download the El Capitan installer. When the installer is downloaded it will automatically launch. As it launches Quit the installer at the first question. That will leave you with a 'Install OS X El Capitan' installer app (about 6 GB) in the Applications folder.
Jan 22, 2019 - After installing all Snow Leopard updates, you should have the App Store app and can use it to download OS X El Capitan. You can then use El Capitan to upgrade to a later macOS. OS X El Capitan won't install on top of a later version of macOS, but you can erase your disk first or install on another disk.
I would recommend saving the Installer app somewhere safe on another drive and leave the original installer app in the Application folder for creating the USB installer drive. Now you are ready to create a El Capitan USB Installer. After you create the USB installer successfully then you can delete the 'Install OS X El Capitan' installer app from the Applications folder.
If you have not previously 'Purchased' (Downloaded) El Capitan, then you may have to get it from a nearby friend or buy a El Capitan (10.11.6) USB installer from eBay. EDIT: Can you use Sierra (10.12.6) instead? Click to expand.It would really help if you told us what Mac model you have? I did not currently have Yosemite on a Mac, so I connect a External drive that had a basic installation of Yosemite (10.10.5) to a 2011 MBP that I was not using. I used the El Capitan link from: It still would not let me download El Capitan. Take a closer look at the Apple Support info in the link. It is geared to provide El Capitan for people that need to meet El Capitan requirements for High Sierra because they are on Snow Leopard or Lion.
That is not your situation. Adobe after effects cs6 full crack x32 boeing. From OS 10.7 to 10.11 Apple tied the OS to your Apple ID used to 'Purchase' (download). From OS 10.12 to 10.13 Apple stopped that requirement. Apple does not allow you to download 10.7 to 10.11 (10.11 unless you meet certain requirements) unless you previously purchased it. OS 10.9 - 10.11 were removed form availability for purchase when a new OS was released. Why - I don't know.
You could download Yosemite from your Purchased tab and then make a Yosemite USB installer. Installing Yosemite then trying to get El Capitan will not work unless you have already purchased El Capitan (per my test). If you have to have El Capitan then you could try what I already suggested in my previous post. Sierra is available for download. Click to expand.Isn't that the message that you get when you try to run the downloaded installer app, while booted to a newer system?