OSX Tutorial – How to enable “Create a Windows 7 install disk” option in Boot Camp Assistant

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This video was made on Macbook Pro 8,2 (Late 2011).
OSX – Mavericks 10.9.5

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  1. Issues and how to solve:

    Q: Having a problem to replace the Info.plist?
    A: Stop trying to replace, just copy the Boot Camp app to another location, then you open the package, the contents folder, replace the Info.plist and use this app, not the original Mac's app.

    Q: The Boot Camp now shows the option to choose the ISO but I can't make progress with Win10.
    A: Open the Info.plist inside the Boot Camp package, find the SupporedNonWin10Models entry, look for the string that point to your device model and remove it.

  2. Can someone please help me I keep getting this message "No bootable device — insert a boot disc and press a key" Ive downloaded the things on bootcamp and was going perfectly fine until it turned off my computer and restarted now my mac has this message on some kind of terminal thing and when i try to restart my computer it just shows the same message ive tried using command+r to restart but it seems it doesnt work either.

  3. For those of you that do not support windows 10. Go to the pewindows10only slot in Xcode, add your MB ID, delete "pre", and it should switch for windows 7 or 8 to windows 7 or later

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