If you want to boot your virtual machine using a USB flash drive, please download the macOS High Sierra ISO file mentioned above and insert it into the USB. Do not copy the ISO file, because the copy command will permanently install the file on your device. Instead, use the UNetBootin to slip it into the USB after detailed compression. If you are aware of the ISO file, you need to compress it using the UNetbootin, as it is a powerful application that facilitates the process.
Hi,I understand your point. The image we have provided in this post is just created to keep the tutorial simple. There is no additional procedure on the image. Please ask if you have any further doubts.
Hi Brian,I have downloaded the ISO file and converted it into the VDI image using the UNetbootin. I used an ACER laptop for booting the virtual machine. However, my disks always prompt me to format the drive. I am unable to proceed to the installation. I see the drive as the “Bootmgr is missing” error. Can you please suggest me how to resolve this.
You need to download the ISO file for Virtualbox or VMware. Before you download the ISO file, you need to create a virtual machine which is assigned with the operating system. You can create a new virtual machine and assigned the operating system provided by Virtualbox. d2c66b5586