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Jimmy Lamon

Can not create working Bootable USB


I am new to the forum but I have tried to find the naswer by combing through the forums. I have built Niresh Mavericks 10.9.0 in virtualbox. I have a MACbookPro but it is in the shop for a while so I need to build a hackintosh. Problem is I do not have a MAC to build the bootable USB and so I was attempting to follow the windows instructions. I first tried using the OSX mavericks,dmg file and wrote it to a USD via the Win32DiskImager 0.9.5.

Would not boot from USB

Next tried the BootDiskUtility.v2.178b

This makes a bootable USB but I do not see how you then attach the actual install. I tried a second partition etc. I can not find any instructions out there on how to build this USB out.


Is this simply not possible without a MAC?

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