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How to Create a Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows PC

How to Create a Bootable USB for MacOS Mojave on Windows PC

In this article, I will show you How to Create a Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows PC. Therefore, you have to know the complete information and guide of installation on VMware Workstation and VirtualBox. Furthermore, you also know and have information about the Mac operating system, that Mac or Apple company is releasing day by day new updates and features for there users, one of the good news is here that you can easily test or install the macOS Mojave beta on VirtualBox and VMware, However, if you want to test that I have provided or created the article, for you in below I will give you the link you can see there.

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Create a Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows

To create a bootable macOS Mojave USB installer on Windows, you need some requirements to ready that on your computer. Download macOS Mojave the latest version and Extract the compressed macOS Mojave with WinRaR. After that, you are done with extracting now download TransMac and install that on your PC, then get ready for the preparation of creating macOS Mojave bootable USB on Windows operating system.

Create a Bootable USB for MacOS Mojave on Windows
Create a Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows

TransMac is Acute system in Windows operating system that can copy and paste and manage the files on Windows for Apple or Mac Systems, Including Mac-formatted USB drives, SSD drive, Hard drives, and any kind of storage devices, further, it can burn VMDK and dmg files of macOS Mojave, macOS High Sierra, macOS X El Capitan, macOS Sierra, macOS Yosemite, and any other operating system of macOS, there is bad news that TransMac is not free whether you should too by this or use for 15 days Trail.

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While you are downloaded the complete file of TransMac and macOS Mojave on a computer. Now in here, you need the simple process and ways of installation that everyone can install that easily on there Windows PC.

  • Run the TransMac setup by double-clicking on setup.
  • On the welcome screen click Next.
  • Read carefully the agreement on the license and agreement and click Next.
  • Select the location for Transmac where you want to install it.
  • On the next TransMac will ask from you to create a shortcuts icon on the start menu and screen.
  • The next screen doesn’t do anything click Next.
  • Therefore, you are ready to install TransMac on your computer, for just click on the Install button and wait for some minutes to complete the installation.
  • After that, that installation is completed click Finish.

Now start Creating a Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows

After that, you are successfully installed TransMac and downloaded macOS Mojave dmg file now you need to create USB bootable for macOS Mojave, Therefore, you need to get at least 16 up to 32 GB flash drive and attach the USB drive to the computer and follow the steps which I am going to show you in this article.

Step #1. Now you are completely ready to create bootable USB for macOS Mojave. At the very beginning step you need to open TransMac, therefore Right-click on TransMac and select Run As Administrator.

Run As Administrator
Run As Administrator

Step #2. After that, TransMac is opened you will see the list of drives then select the drive which you are going to make bootable for macOS Mojave, and Right-click on that then select Restore with Disk Image.

Restore With Disk Image
Restore With Disk Image

Step #3. After that, you have selected Restore with Disk Image, therefor you will face pop up warning from containing mounted volumes. However, to continue the process simply click on yes to go on a further step.

Warning of selected Volume for MacOS Mojave
Warning of selected Volume for macOS Mojave

Step #5. In this step, you need to browse for macOS Mojave dmg file, just click on three dots and select a macOS Mojave dmg file.

Browse MacOS Mojave dmg file
Browse macOS Mojave dmg file

Step #6. In this step, you will face another warning pop up. So, it is simple to click on Yes and moves to the next step.

MacOS Mojave warning
macOS Mojave warning

Step #7. In this step, you should wait for some minutes to format your drive and wait, it will automatically copy the macOS Mojave dmg file to the USB drive.

Formatting Drive for MacOS Mojave
Formatting Drive for macOS Mojave


That’s all about How to Create a Bootable USB for macOS Mojave on Windows PC. However, you can create bootable USB for macOS Mojave using TransMac and TransMac is a very light software for Windows PC. Furthermore, if you faced any kind of problem in this article you can comment in below comment box, and don’t forget to subscribe to our website for the latest posts.

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