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Majove Install Mojave without mac on any desktop/laptop

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Romeo

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It worked smoothly until I hit the install macos then it sad: this copy of the install macos Mojave application is damaged, and can't be used to install macos.
 
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Faseeh Hyder

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I am rebooting again and again with clover boot menu and can not install macos on my PC
 
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Kaden

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So I followed the entire tutorial, but when I get to the part in the installer that you install the OS, it just says that the installer is corrupted or damaged. Will I have to redownload it? because my wifi is not fast and that might take a few days :(
 

noobsplanet

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So I followed the entire tutorial, but when I get to the part in the installer that you install the OS, it just says that the installer is corrupted or damaged. Will I have to redownload it? because my wifi is not fast and that might take a few days :(
Sounds like your downloaded file is corrupted. As you said your wifi is not fast enough and takes days to complete, so this might have corrupted the disk. I recommend you to use the download manager such as IDM and try again. And make sure next time when you ask your question create your own thread instead and complete your profile.
 
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Shiivu

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Is there any way of doing this but dual booting? I can get a spare drive just for the Mac OS as I only have one pc but I still need both OS. I know you can dual boot linux and windows is this any different. Will it have to be MacOS only?
 

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Is there any way of doing this but dual booting? I can get a spare drive just for the Mac OS as I only have one pc but I still need both OS. I know you can dual boot linux and windows is this any different. Will it have to be MacOS only?
Yes you can do that but backup important files to cloud or other storage, then make sure you install hackintosh into different partition. For more information follow the attached link.
https://noobsplanet.com/index.php?threads/duel-boot-triple-boot-or-quad-boot-with-hackintosh.11/
 
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Shiivu

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So is there anyway of doing it without having to get rid of windows and then add it after I have the macOS? As I have quite abit of stuff that would take ages to set up again that I would rarther not have to do. Is there no way of getting simply a seperate drive and doing it like a normal dual boot? Or is this only if you are using the same HDD/SSD and if using a different one its fine?
 
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Shiivu

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alrite so i got quite far until it said the OS but when i went to install it, it said it was damaged. I will try redownloading it
 

noobsplanet

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So is there anyway of doing it without having to get rid of windows and then add it after I have the macOS?
Yes.. you can wipe the entire HDD/SSD then install the hackintosh on that then you can simply add windows partition but make sure you to install OS in UEFI mode. (In legacy mode bootloader will replace)

As I have quite a bit of stuff that would take ages to set up again that I would rather not have to do. Is there no way of getting simply a seperate drive and doing it like a normal dual boot?
Yes.. you can install it into separate HDD/SDD internal/external if you have. Once the installation is complete you need to install clover in SSD/HDD where Hackintosh is installed. The set the boot priority order to Clover, which should detect both windows and Hackintosh.

Or is this only if you are using the same HDD/SSD and if using a different one its fine?
Both are fine. I would suggest you go with separate drives if you have that will be easier and risk-free.

Your profile is incomplete, complete it first.
https://noobsplanet.com/index.php?pages/3things/
 

yoel1b

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If you are using antivirus software disable it and would also recommend disabling Windows defender as well while extracting the files to USB.
hey, its happening to me as well. tried re- downloading the dmg file, formatting the USB drive, disabling the antivirus etc. and it still says that the "This copy of the install macOS Mojave application is damaged, and can't be used to install macOS."
 
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