Get "Create a Windows 7 install disk" option on BootCamp assistant

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If you have an old Mac computer model and you tried to create a Windows 7 or later installer disc and you realised that you can’t because the “Create a Windows 7 install disk” option on BootCamp assistant is missing, then you came to the right place! Unfortunately, if you are running a new version of Mac OS X, then Bootcamp assistant lacks the first option. However, with this trick on the video, you can get it back, create the windows installer disk and install Windows OS on any computer!

We wrote an article for this video as well! Check it out:

Older Xcode versions:

Note that you need to sign in as a developer first in order to access the page.

Create a Windows installer disk (USB stick):

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  2. Hi there. I cannot get this to work on Mojave. 🙁 I have tried absolutely everything but still only see the install windows 10 option. I no my MBP model is supported with 7 as i have had it installed before.

  3. This worked on my 2011 Macbook Pro 8,1. I had to use gDisk to alter my partition scheme as Windows doesn't play nicely with a hybrid MBR. The process is very easy as it's just a couple lines in Terminal. Also, when finishing the gDisk process, don't be afraid of the message that pops up when you want to save changes. It says it will erase partitions, this doesn't affect your data.

  4. im having "the startup disk cannot be partitioned or restored to a single partition" problem. Any help would be great, thank you.

  5. Hi, need some help. every time I restart using command r it's going straight to the normal log in – not to the recovery mode. I appreciate any help. I'm using MB Pro mid 2009 el capitan.

  6. What a pain in the ass. I decided to delete Windows 7 partition in favor of 10 and this has been one big headache. My next OS is going to be Windows. Mac OS no longer appeals to me.

  7. Xcode took:
    10 hours to download
    10 hours to move to applications
    10 hours to verify each time (verified like 10 times)
    10 hours to empty trash with it in there

  8. If you are running MacOS lion like I was you cannot find valid versions of Xcode that will run and work go to this link and it will be much easier for you to complete this task

    https://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/284322-guide-how-to-boot-a-windows-installer-from-usb-on-an-unsupported-mac/

  9. I’m having an issue when I restart my Mac and hold r and cmd buttons but nothing popped up it just made annoying error noises.So I went to terminal on spot search thing and typed what you typed and it said “failed to modify system integrity configuration.This tool needs to be executed from the Recovery OS.” Someone anyone please help I really wanna use windows 10 on Mac.
    EDIT: i got it to fix so thank you so much you really helped me a lot I have been having issues with boot camp so it took me all day to get it running properly.You earned a new sub and like.You don’t know the stress I’ve went through today

  10. Thanks! The .plist file is just an XML text file that you can edit with TextEdit or any other text editor. No need to mess around with Xcode if you don't already have it. Also, no need to disable system integrity checking for this, since it's not an executable file.

    "Boot Camp Assistant 6.1.0, Copyright © 2018" that came with Mojave refused to run for me, saying my 2010 Mac Pro wasn't supported. Yet, I can run the "Boot Camp Assistant 6.1.0, Copyright © 2016" that came with Sierra – under Mojave! Identical version numbers, but different copyright dates and a lot of changed contents.

  11. Very helpful for installing win 7 or 8 but I can’t install win 10 with boot camp using this method. Is there a way around this?

  12. I didnt downloaded for xcode, I simple opened the plist with textedit and added my pro model under USBBootSupported and saved the plist file and then ran the bootcamp and guess what?? usb option was right there..

  13. This guy talk so damn fast… Slow down, I find myself pausing a ton cuz its hard to understand you especially when you are speaking so fast.

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