Thank you for your tutorial for modifying bootcamp for Early 2008 MacBook Pro... Bootcamp - No ISO Option
On my side, modifying Bootcamp to add the new option have worked perfectly, but i always got an error when Bootcamp write the Iso to USB... I tried with 2 different USB sticks... If someone have an idea, that would be great...
So I tried the VirtualBox method, but I have a problem when I arrive to: step 12:
When I enter in terminal:
sudo fdisk -e $DISK0 <<<"$INPUT"
I get: Error the resource is busy...
May be it is because at step 7, I am not sure of the correct syntax :
they ask to modify
Is it correct? Any ideas please?
With El Capitan, I have been able to write an iso on my 320 Go USB HDD (without power cable) or an 8 Go Sony USB stick.
But the problem is when Boot Camp Assistant restarts to install Windows, the "WININSTALL" disk is not discovered and I get a black screen with "insert an Windows disk and press any key".
I don't understand why at reboots my Windows installation disk/stick is not used by Boot Camp.
I can try with a Firewire HDD to see if it work better, but if I can use the USB I would prefer it. The only FW HDD I have is my backup HDD.