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UniBeast: Install macOS Sierra on Any Supported Intel-based PC

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Apr 9, 2015
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Motherboard
ASUS Prime Z390-P
CPU
i9-9900K
Graphics
GTX 1060
Mac
iMac, MacBook Pro
Classic Mac
iMac
Mobile Phone
iOS
3.09 GHz Intel Core i5,
INTEL DH77KC
12 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 2048 MB
is my Configuration.. is it enough to upgrade 10.13? or 10.12.6?
look this.
 
Joined
Feb 1, 2013
Messages
26
Motherboard
Gigabyte GA-Z77N-WIFI
CPU
i5-3570K
Graphics
HD 4000
Mac
MacBook Pro
My Hackintosh was running OSX Sierra great, but then I stupidly plugged in an external USB hard drive while the system was still booting up and now I can no longer get into the bootloader screen. I thought I had a fully bootable backup on an external HD, but when I tried to boot off of it, I similarly could not get to the bootloader screen to appear . . . just a blank screen, so frustrating.

So I need to reinstall the OS. I want to reinstall OSX Sierra instead of a newer OS because I have some older programs that will not run on OSX Catalina.

I have tried unsuccessfully to use Unibeast (two different versions, for the operating system I'm trying to install) to make a Bootable USB stick to run OSX High Sierra and OSX Sierra. Each time Unibeast is not able to 'find' the OS Install disk image. I think something may have changed in how Apple packages the installs. if I recall, the disk image used to place a 'CD' image on your desktop when you opened it. Now, when I open the disk image, there is a .pkg file inside, and it seems that Unibeast doesn't recognize that as the OS Install.

If this has been addressed previously, can someone direct me to that thread? Any help would be greatly appreciated - i've lost access to all my photos and music and many documents.
 
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