I tried to create a Bootable USB installer for Hackintosh but I didn't succeed but now the USB isn't working and that is not only one, but about 5 of those flash drives are also like this. It neither can't be formatted in Windows nor deleted or anything. It also doesn't work on macOS...
This looks like an old issue that has a fix. However, I think my case here is different. Please read the post.
:!: The USB stick is formatted as GPT
:!: I'm trying to make a bootable disk for macOS High Sierra
:!: The machine I'm using to create the bootable disk has macOS Catalina installed...
I currently use an iMac 5k at work and Macbook Pro elsewhere. I have just started playing with having just the one Mac OS running on a portable USB and keeping it on me so no matter where I am, I can pick up where I left off.
I picked up a WD Passport SSD 512GB and installed my OS on it...
I have been trying to make a bootable drive on my generic USB 16gb thumb drive using the command provided by the official Apple guide: support.apple.com/en-us/HT201372
It basically goes like this
sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ High\ Sierra.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume...
I would appreciate if you help to assist me!!
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I'm having quite a bit of difficulty with booting to the installer USB with Windows 7 in a dual-boot setup with my hackintosh 10.11.2.
My hardware/software setup is:
Gigabyte GA-Z97-HD3 (Legacy and UEFI modes both enabled)
120GB SATA SSD with Mac already installed
250GB SATA HDD that...