Make A Bootable OSX USB on Windows XP/7/8/10 Using TransMac

One of the issues that I faced when I started playing around with Macs was the first images that I had to write. I had all the DMG and ISO files but I didnt have any dual layer dvds. My options were to make a bootable USB, However this was difficult untill I found TransMac. I have included a download link in this post for you all.

Features:

 

Open Mac HFS/HFS+ format disk drives, flash drives, CD/DVD/Blu-ray media, HD floppies, dmg, dmgpart, sparsebundle and sparseimage files (NOTE: the new APFS format is not supported).

 

Copy files to Mac HFS+disks and dmg images.

 

Format for Mac and restore disks and flash drives.

 

Create, compress, expand (convert to iso), split and merge dmg files.

 

Built in burner functionality to burn ISO and dmg files directly to CD/DVD/Blu-Ray.

 

Read Mac multisession and hybrid CDs.

 

Check partition layout for disks.

 

To make a bootable USB, Its simple. Just open TransMac

  1. In the left pane, right click the USB Drive and select Restore with Disk Image
  2. Point to your .dmg file and click Open.

 

It will take a few minutes depending on size of .dmg and speed of USB drive, but once done you can pop it into your mac, hold down the option key when turning on the mac and choose the USB drive.

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As always. If you guys have any issues downloading or using TransMac, Then leave a comment below

 

 

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