How to Create macOS High Sierra Bootable USB Installer with UniBeast
Hello, what’s up, guys? In this tutorial, I will show you how to create macOS High Sierra Bootable USB Installer with Unibeast. What you need, is a MacBook Pro/ Air, Or you can use Virtual Machine such as VirtualBox or VMware that run Mac Operating system. (You can read my blog on : How to Install MAC OS 10.12 Sierra on Windows PC using VMware Workstation)
For this demonstration, I’m using MacBook Pro, You will also need the following things to do this task.
1. Download UniBeast
2. Download macOS High Sierra
3. Need 16GB USB Flash Drive
Now, open Safari or any other web browser and type tonymacx86.com and click enter.
- Find Download tab and click on it.
- Click on Login or Register at the top-right corner.
Step 1 : Download UniBeast
If you have an account already so just enter the email address with the password and click login. Otherwise, you need to create a new account. Once you’re logged in, scroll down to the bottom of the page and find UniBeast Latest version then click on it. Click on Download Now button. Wait for a while to download this software. Once it’s downloaded drag and drop it to the desktop.
Step 2: Download macOS High Sierra
Open apps store. click on Featured and then macOS High Sierra. Click on Download button. and wait for 10 to 30 Minutes. It depends on your internet speed to download as fast as possible. Once the downloading macOS High Sierra is completed then it goes to Application Folder. You can see it on the Launchpad.
Step 3: Preparing Your USB for Installing macOS High Sierra
Now, connect your USB flash drive to the system Open your USB and copy all your data you need because later on the USB will be erased.
1. Open Spotlight and type Disk Utility and hit Enter.
2. Select your USB thumb drive then click on Erase tab.
3. Type any name for the USB and as a format select macOS Extended Journaled.
4. As scheme select Guide Partition Map then click on Erase button.
5. Once done close Disk Utility.
Open Unibeast and click Open when Window Pops Up.
Click continue for a couple of times and Click Agree.
Select your USB thumb drive then click Continue.
Select High Sierra then click Continue.
On the Bootloader Configuration page, select your boot mode. Legacy Boot mode is for older BIOS and UEFI Boot mode is for modern and latest BIOS. My system BIOS Support UEFI so I select here UEFI Boot Mode.
On the Graphics Configuration page, set by default but if you use Older ATI graphic card such 4000 then check this option otherwise put it uncheck and If you use Older NVIDIA Geforce graphics cards, such as 200. 400, 610, 630, 8000, and 9000 check Inject INVIDIA. If you use the latest version of the graphic card so you don’t need to check this two options.you’re done click Continue.
Once Click Continue and enter your password and click OK.
Wait at least 8 to 20 Minutes to copy macOS High Siera file into USB Flash drive.
If you wanna change the config.plist file, copy Kext, theme then click on EFI partition. You don’t need any other application like clover configurator to mount EFI partition. For the first time, it automatically mounted.
Select EFI folder and then Select Clover.
You can replace your own config.plist file here if you want. Also, you can add any Kexts to the Kext folder.
And if you want to change the default theme then you can add your own theme to the Themes folder.
Anyway, once you agree with the changes then eject USB Installer.
It’s time to check whether this USB Installer that we’ve created is working or NO. Let’s check it on a PC or MacBook. I will check it ON a PC. Connect your USB installer to the PC and start your system.
Press F12 for boot menu on Gigabyte motherboard. Select USB Installer from the Boot menu and press enter. As you can see here it’s booting pretty cool and working fine. I’m not going so deep because in our next blog I will show you how to build a Hackintosh PC.
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