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GPT issue sierra zone

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c0rtina    0

hi

followed all instructions .... searched the internet .... downloaded multiple versions of sierra zone.... 3 days later still no Sierra on MBR

isnt this meant to be MBR capable on install .. what  gives. I have followed instructions to a point i have had another like minded individual do the same yet I keep getting the following on continuation of install

A GUID Partition table (GPT) partitioning scheme is required Quit the installer to restart your computer and try again....

frustrated as helll

this is the official image from the torrent supplied by this site...

cheers

PS: MBR with a format type to suit macos

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The MBR has been patched & tested before the release

But always i recommend GTP, once i had my harddisk wiped out by erasing a single volume in MBR scheme to install while trying to install OSX on MBR

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On 18/09/2017 at 2:36 PM, Niresh said:

The MBR has been patched & tested before the release

But always i recommend GTP, once i had my harddisk wiped out by erasing a single volume in MBR scheme to install while trying to install OSX on 

I have faced that problem to however does not  help with my current situation. ...

I deleted other partitions and created Jhfs+ on the MBR no problems at all

Still remains. Can NOT install on MBR natively as suggested ..... I have no reason to make this up 

 

Any suggestions to get this working would be good. 

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