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Hi guys, I can run Sierra or High Sierra? If yes, were i can found drivers? I want to do Dual-Boot (hackintosh and Windows 10 Pro x64).

Operating system
Windows 10 Pro x64
Processor
Intel Haswell Refresh, i5 4460 3.2GHz
Graphics
MSI GeForce GTX 960 GAMING 2GB GDDR5 128bit
Memory
4GB module (Patriot Signature) + 4GB module (HyperX Black) - DDR3 1600Mhz
Memory Slots
4
Hard drive
WD Blue 1TB SATA3 7200RPM 64MB
MOBO
ASRock B85M-DGS

- 32Mb AMI UEFI Legal BIOS with multilingual GUI support 
- ACPI 1.1 Compliant wake-up events 
- SMBIOS 2.3.1 support 
- CPU, DRAM, PCH 1.05V, PCH 1.5V Voltage multi-adjustment
- B85 Chipset

Audio Integrated
5.1 Audio with Realtek ALC662
Audio Chipset
Realtek ALC662
Ethernet
10/100/1000 Mbps
Ethernet Chipset
Realtek RTL8111GR
Power supply
Super Flower Golden Green HX SF-450P14XE(HX) 450W (Gold certificate)

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Is ok if I follow these instructions? 

 

 

 

What USB should I buy? 2.0 or 3.0? What minimum amount?

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2 hours ago, Thereman said:

What USB should I buy? 2.0 or 3.0? What minimum amount?

IMHO USB 2.0 can avoid many errors, but today USB 3.0 are native.

The amount, 8GB ok, 16GB great! ;)

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Is ok if I buy 3.0 8gb from Kingstone? I have tried in the past with a USB 3.0 stick connected to port 3.0 and I received a forbidden sign on the boot. I solved this problem by connecting the 3.0 stick to a normal port (2.0). So? Do I buy 3.0 and do the same? 

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I will buy 3.0 16gb and I will try. What about my tutorial? I don't have a Mac and I want to do the operations from Windows.

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If you really wanna learn something, you can follow this guide: Making a bootable High Sierra USB Installer Entirely From Scratch in Windows or Linux Mint (without access to Mac or App Store Installer.app)

 

Or using a easy way, it's download the image at Olarila Forum, burn it on your Pendrive and boot the macOS.

 

Use the search box, you'll find many guides as the one that I posted above.

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Thanks, Allan! But what about macOS Mojave? Can I run it? Did you make tutorials about it (like installing, making USB bootable, etc).

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The process of installing Mojave is more or less the same as installing Sierra or High Sierra.

In theory your system should be able to run Mojave. However, since Mojave is just a beta at this moment, problems might come up that will need additional fixing.

The guide Allan linked to is a good one for creating the installer from Windows.

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