Clover Boot Disk includes tools to help you create a USB install MacOS Sierra on Windows. You can create a USB install MacOS on just a few clicks.
This is a partition image of Clover.
This is a partition image of MacOS Sierra installer.
Download all the files at OneDrive.
Creating a USB install MacOS
- Format USB to NTFS.
- Because the image of the install MacOS partition size larger than 4GB, you can not contain it on a FAT32 partition.
- If you are using NTFS partitions, skip this step.
- Copy the two files Clover.img and OSX_10.12.5_Installer.hfs to the NTFS partition above. You will need a USB least 8GB to store these files.
- Running PartIMGMapper.exe and select the following:
Select Clover.img at 1, Type is FAT32.
Select OSX_10.12.5_Installer.hfs at 2, Type is HFS/HFS+.
Check Clover to enable booting Clover in Legacy BIOS mode.
Click the button MAP .Note: If an error occurs when selecting the file, please defrag for the file first and then try again.
After clicking the MAP button, the tool will set up the new partition on the USB and create a backup file with the .MBR extension.
If you want to restore USB as before, run PartIMGMapper.exe, click on UNMAP and select the previously .MBR file that was backed up.
- RehabMan Kext
- Clover Wiki
- Sierra MBR Patch
- HP ProBook/EliteBook/Zbook using Clover UEFI hotpatch (10.11)
Read and write HFS+ on Ubuntu Linux.
sudo apt-get install hfsprogs
Edited by nguyentu, 6 days ago.