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Problem with install mac os x on macbook

Korjaw

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 24, 2018
3
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Hello,

I have problem with installing mac os x on macbook.
I made bootable pendrive with mac os x on windows7 - i followed this tutorial https://pureinfotech.com/make-bootable-usb-mac-os-x-windows/

and when i start macbook, i dont see to choose this usb starterdisc.jpg

but here i can see it osstatus6.jpg anyway when i want make format or smth i had error osstatus6 or osstatus16 osstatus16.jpg

when i want install from this normally via option install mac os then i see another error cantconnect.jpg about cant connect with recovery server.. sometimes when i made this bootable usb i see it on starter, but when i choose usb, then its loading, loading and after few minutes some error, and then smth like freeze.. i tried from disc utilities choose disk starter and then macbook restart, i see apple with bar, bar loading, loading, and so close to end - freeze :/

Dont know what to do, el captain bootable usb work like this and macbook see it, but when i make bootable usb with high sierra then nothing, anyway i cant install el captain or high sierra :/ Problem started when my Girl want recovery to factory setting and then i see error about cant connect with recovery server, system dont start and You see upper whats going :/
 

Fishrrman

macrumors Core
Feb 20, 2009
20,219
7,134
Do you still have a copy of the Mac OS installer app on the computer?
(It's usually in the Applications folder)

If so, you could try this:
Download Boot Buddy from here (it's free):
https://sqwarq.com/boot-buddy/

Erase the USB pen drive you have now back to Mac OS extended with journaling enabled.

Use Boot Buddy to recreate the bootable installer
(takes only a few mouse clicks, no terminal needed)
It will take a little time to copy the files and get it set up.

Try the pen drive again.
No promises, but it might work.
 

Korjaw

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 24, 2018
3
0
Do you still have a copy of the Mac OS installer app on the computer?
(It's usually in the Applications folder)

If so, you could try this:
Download Boot Buddy from here (it's free):
https://sqwarq.com/boot-buddy/

Erase the USB pen drive you have now back to Mac OS extended with journaling enabled.

Use Boot Buddy to recreate the bootable installer
(takes only a few mouse clicks, no terminal needed)
It will take a little time to copy the files and get it set up.

Try the pen drive again.
No promises, but it might work.

but i cant enter to system mac os, on the start i need choose CMD + R :/
 

Korjaw

macrumors newbie
Original poster
May 24, 2018
3
0
maybe the problem is here -> https://zapodaj.net/images/d8a2ee4076516.jpg ?

diskutil list and so many disks.. but i cant delete them i used command diskutil eraseDisk, i see that disk was erased, but when i use again command diskutil list i see it again .. maybe thats why i used this command without "sudo" ? but sudo dont work for me.. in command line i have only "-bash-3.2#"
 
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