I've restored macOS High Sierra ISO file (downloaded from Torrent) to pendrive (16GB SanDisk's Cruzer Dial) using Disk Utility, however when booting from it (by pressing Alt and selecting the drive), it stops on the screen which shows the white stop sign on the gray background.
So I've booted with verbose mode enabled (by holding pressing CMD-V at the start), but the messages aren't clear on what it's failing.
Few messages from scrambled screen are:
IOUSBHostDevice::message: kUSBHostMessageRemoteWake IOUSBHostDevice::forcePowerGated: kPowerStateSuspended completed with 0x00000000 after 15ms
Note: The above black screen is showing booting still in progress.
I don't know how to read these scrambled screens. I've tested on both MacBook Air and Pro and the same thing is happening. The High Sierra was booting before, but not anymore. Restoring the image couple of times (even different High Sierra images) didn't help. It tries to boots to some point, but it stops at the stop sign. The pendrive is brand new and Disk Utility (First Aid) doesn't report any issues with it.
What does the above screens means? How I should correct, proceed or debug this further?