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Macos High Sierra Disk Image

  • Macos High Sierra Disk Image MacOS High Sierra 10.13.5 is the new version of the previous OS X which is Apple’s exclusive Operating System. This version is developed for the PCs and the Macintosh servers.
  • Download MacOS High Sierra ISO For VMware & Virtualbox. VMware Workstation is a perfect digital machine tool that runs on x64 versions of Windows, macOS, and Linux. This enables users to prepare virtual machines on a single physical apparatus and simultaneously use a real machine.
  • Oct 05, 2017 I have created the iso per this post instructions and attached it to a Virtualbox 5.1.30 configured for macOS 10.13 High Sierra (64-bit) with 128MB video memory and ICH9 chipset, on a macOS High Sierra host.
  • Then I use Disk utility and backup the main system using image function (until macOS sierra). But in case of High sierra, the above way became unavailable. As the previous system, I made the external High sierra (disk, USB), and switched to the external system. But by the Disk utility, the main High sierra (APFS) disk looks like as follows.

MacOS X 10.12 Sierra VMWare Image macOS Sierra v10.12 (16A323) Multilingual Image For VMware SadeemPC.rar Admin Password: 123 Instructions: 1) Install VMware Workstation Pro (Do Not Launch) 2) Now Run “win-install.bat” As Administrator From Vmware Unlocker Folder 3) Open VMware Workstation Pro & Click On FileOpen OR Press CTRL+O.

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I have a mid-2010 MacBook Pro that I am wiping for a family member so that they can sell it. It was connected to care patient data at one point so I want to make sure it's good and clean before we sell it. So I booted under Disk Utility and wiped the 'Internal Drive' by going to erase and setting the security options.


But there is a drive under 'Disk Images' called 'Apple disk image Media' with 'OS X Base System' under it, using 1.27 GB with 728 MB free. Just wondering what this is, and if it would have info on it? How can I delete it? I don't see any way to erase it and it isn't mentioned in any of the guides I've read.

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The Mac did have Boot Camp on it, which I deleted through the OS. Not sure if it's related.

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