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Hackintosh Yosemite Installer can be used to install OS X Yosemite On PC without the need of a Mac.
Download OS X Yosemite This is an Official OS X Yosemite Installer from Apple, It can be used to ReInstall or Upgrade OS X Yosemite on a Mac. If you are looking to Install Yosemite on PC view Hackintosh Yosemite Guide. Download Hackintosh Yosemite Intel + AMD Support. Hackintosh Yosemite Installer can be used to install OS X Yosemite On PC without the need of a Mac. HP Processors with Insyde Bios. Use the DMG for Flash drive installation and use ISO for DVD Installation or Installing on a Virtual Machines. Many Improvements from 10.10. Download Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite.DMG – Download Yosemite.ISO – Yosemite Torrent download – VMWare image – Hackintosh Without Apple Store ID! Very shortly, in this article, we show 3 possible ways to download Yosemite 10.10.DMG, then convert Yosemite.DMG to Yosemite.ISO (available solutions in both Mac OS X and Windows).
For detail Installation Guide and Instruction read: Install Hackintosh Yosemite on PC/Laptop
This Installer supports
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- Building a CustoMac Hackintosh: The Ultimate Buyer's Guide When running macOS as your main operating system, supported and compatible components are extremely important. That is why we have created a large selection of example systems along with a comprehensive list of the best available hardware.
- Yosemite; Sierra; Download the operating system officially is always ideal, and this will allow you to download the absolute latest version of High Sierra. You’ll need to have your Apple ID ready, and once you do, navigate to the Mac App Store.
For detail Installation Guide and Instruction read: Install Hackintosh Mountain Lion on PC/Laptop. Hackintosh Mountain Lion supports AMD and Intel Atom Hackintosh Mountain Lion is distributed as an ISO file Hackintosh Mountain Lion works with regular DVDs There are two versions USB Version DvD 4.3/4.7 Bootable Installation Requirements.
- AMD Processor Pcs
- Intel Processor including Haswell
- LGA 2011 X99 Hackintosh Installation
- HP Processors with Insyde Bios.
Use the DMG for Flash drive installation and use ISO for DVD Installation or Installing on a Virtual Machines.
- Only have chameleon as pre bootloader
- Fixed a bug where bootloader may be stuck with a slash / in Black Background
- AMD Support with Optimization and WebKit Patch (A graphics problem has been detected issue)
- Standalone Installer
- Many Intel HD Graphics Support (Choose SMBIOS of MacBook Pro)
- MBR Patch
- Trim Patch
- RTC Patch
- Auto-Install Audio Kexts
- Auto-Install Updated Network Kexts
- Installs Updated Clover & Updated Chameleon Boot-loader
- Many Improvements from 10.10.
Install OS X Mountain Lion On Any Computer Including AMD CPUs.
For detail Installation Guide and Instruction read: Install Hackintosh Mountain Lion on PC/Laptop
- Hackintosh Mountain Lion supports AMD and Intel Atom
- Hackintosh Mountain Lion is distributed as an ISO file
- Hackintosh Mountain Lion works with regular DVDs
There are two versions
- USB Version
- DvD 4.3/4.7 Bootable
- A Hackintosh-compatible computer with an empty hard drive
- An existing Windows computer/Mac/Hackintosh
- A Blank DVD
- 64bit supported Processor (AMD & Intel) (Haswell Not Supported)
- 10 GB + Free Space
- 1GB + Ram
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Other Installation Instructions are Included
Update: Go to Install macOS Sierra Using Bootable USB Flash Drive if you want to install macOS 10.12 Sierra instead.
Update 2: The instructions below will work to manually create a Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan USB installation drive. I needed to upgrade my sister’s 2008 Macbook Pro and found that the existing Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard did not support the “createinstallmedia” tool; I got a “Failed to start erase of disk due to error (-9999, 0)” error. I followed the instructions below to successfully create a bootable installer for Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, which is the last version to support the 2008 Core 2 Duo Macbook Pro.
In this post, I will go over instructions on how to create a bootable USB flash drive containing the Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite installer. These instructions will also work for Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks (excluding a Yosemite-specific step) and differ significantly from the instructions for creating a Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard installer. You will need an 8GB USB flash drive for Mac OS X Yosemite or Mavericks.
I tried several methods which failed to create a bootable USB flash drive before finding one that succeeded. The instructions I found that worked, using Disk Utility, were located at How to Make a Bootable OS X Mavericks USB Install Drive and How to Create a Bootable Install USB Drive of Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
Download the Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite
First, download the latest Mac OS X version, which is 10.10 Yosemite. It is the version currently available for download from the “App Store”. (If you want an earlier version like Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, you’ll need to get it from elsewhere.)
Launch “App Store” and search for “OS X Yosemite”. Download it. (It is 5.16GB in size.)
Note: If you run the Yosemite installer to upgrade your Mac, the downloaded installer file will be deleted automatically after the upgrade is completed. To keep that file, you will want to move it out of the Applications folder so it won’t be deleted after an upgrade. Launch the “Terminal” app and run this command to move the downloaded installer app to your user’s “Downloads” folder:
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Create Bootable USB Flash Drive Installer
By default, the Finder will hide system files which we will need to see. Run these commands in the “Terminal” app to expose the hidden files:
defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE
# Close all Finder instances (and re-launch so settings take effect).
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Prepare the USB flash drive:
- Plug in a USB flash drive of size 8GB or larger.
- Launch the “Disk Utility” to format the USB Flash drive.
- On the left-hand pane, select the USB drive (not the partition under it, if any).
- Click on the “Erase” tab, select “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” for “Format” and input a name like “Install Yosemite” (or anything because this name will be overwritten later).
- Click the “Erase…” button at the bottom and then the “Erase” button in the popup dialog. This format operation should take less than a minute to complete.
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Restore the Yosemite installation image to the USB flash drive:
- Launch the Finder and locate the “Install OS Yosemite.app” file. Right-click (hold the “control” key and click) on it and select “Show Package Contents”.
- Open Contents, then SharedSupport, and double-click on the InstallESD.dmg (disk image) file to mount it. A volume called “OS X Install ESD” will show up on the desktop and under DEVICES in the Finder.
- In the “OS X Install ESD” volume, right-click on the “BaseSystem.dmg” file and select “Open” to mount it. (Double-click won’t perform any action because it is a hidden file.)
- Use Disk Utility to clone the “BaseSystem.dmg” to the USB flash drive:
- Select the “BaseSystem.dmg” in the left-hand pane and click on the “Restore” tab. The “Source” field will be populated with “BaseSystem.dmg”.
- Drag the “Install Yosemite” partition under the USB flash drive to the “Destination” field.
- Click the Restore button and then the Erase button.
- The USB flash drive will be written with the contents of “BaseSystem.dmg” file. Depending on the speed of your USB flash drive, it may take several minutes or longer to complete this operation.
- Once complete, the “Install Yosemite” partition will be renamed to “OS X Base System”.
- Use the Finder to navigate to the USB flash drive. You will see two “OS X Base System” volumes in the Finder’s left-hand pane. The USB flash drive is the last one.
- Under the USB flash drive’s “OS X Base System” partition, open the “System/Installation” folder. You will see an alias file named “Packages”. Delete it because we will replace it with a “Packages” folder below.
- Use a second Finder window to open the “OS X Install ESD” volume. (To open a second Finder window, you can use the Finder menu’s “File/New Finder Window” command.)
- Copy the “Packages” folder from the “OS X Install ESD” volume to the USB flash drive’s “System/Installation” folder.
- Required for Yosemite (not required for Mavericks): Copy the “BaseSystem.chunklist” and “BaseSystem.dmg” files from the “OS X Install ESD” volume to the USB flash drive’s root “/” folder. If you don’t do this, you will get an “undefined error 0” when attempting to install Yosemite.
- The USB flash drive is now complete. You can use it to boot a Mac to install Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
- Unmount all the Yosemite installer volumes by ejecting them; you must eject “OS X Base System” before “OS X Install ESD”.
Re-configure the Finder to hide system files. Run these commands in the “Terminal” app:
defaults write com.apple.finder AppleShowAllFiles FALSE
# Close all Finder instances (and re-launch so settings take effect).
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Boot With USB Flash Drive
To boot a Mac with the USB flash drive:
- Insert the USB flash drive.
- While holding the “option/alt” key down, turn on the Mac to display the boot Startup Manager.
- You should see one or two icons, one for the internal hard drive and/or another called “OS X Base System” for the USB flash drive. (The internal hard drive may not be visible if it does not have a bootable partition installed.)
- Note: If you don’t see the USB flash drive’s “OS X Base System”, try removing and re-inserting the USB flash drive while viewing the Startup Manager screen. The USB flash drive should then appear after a few seconds.
- Select the “OS X Base System” and hit the “return/enter” key to boot from the USB flash drive.
Hopefully, this post will help you to create your own bootable USB flash drive installer for Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite or Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks.