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Creating Chameleon boot USB from Windows?

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I am looking for guidance on creating a Chameleon boot USB volume from Windows, as I currently have no bootable Mac partitions, nor working bootloader to cross-boot with.  I just need to build something on a USB flash drive that will allow me to cross-boot to a Mac system on a HDD whose own bootloader is currently defunct.  If that's covered somewhere in this forum, I can't find it.

 

Once I can get a Mac OS booted up, I will get the working Chameleon version installed there, to make that HDD/partition bootable again.

 

Thanks!

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On 10/1/2019 at 2:56 PM, RePete222 said:

I am looking for guidance on creating a Chameleon boot USB volume from Windows, as I currently have no bootable Mac partitions, nor working bootloader to cross-boot with.  I just need to build something on a USB flash drive that will allow me to cross-boot to a Mac system on a HDD whose own bootloader is currently defunct.  If that's covered somewhere in this forum, I can't find it.

 

Once I can get a Mac OS booted up, I will get the working Chameleon version installed there, to make that HDD/partition bootable again.

 

Thanks!

I'd boot macOS up in a VM, and make the Chameleon USB from there.

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9 hours ago, HackinDoge said:

I'd boot macOS up in a VM, and make the Chameleon USB from there.

And what do I do if I don't have VM software?  Don't want to shell out additional cash right now.

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