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How to Create macOS Ventura ISO Image File?

How to Create macOS Ventura ISO Image File?

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Are you looking for an easy method of creating an ISO image file of macOS Ventura? If it is right then you have arrived exactly where you want to be. Today’s guide is all about How to Create macOS Ventura ISO Image File.

Nowadays, macOS is the second biggest operating system and the first is of course Windows operating system. It is developed by Apple company and by the time when it gets launched on March 24, 2001, it is being used by many people. Keep in mind if you own a Mac PC then you can definitely use any of the operating of Mac which your Mac that should support the OS.

However, there are people who wish to use any of the operating systems. Basically, you can not install mac operating on your Windows PC but you can do one thing software will allow you to install it on VirtualBox. VirtualBox is a virtual machine that could run multiple operating systems. And now, the latest version of macOS is macOS Ventura.

It is the nineteenth operating system of Mac and it is counted as a major release. Last year, at the event of WWDC, Apple announced the new OS of Mac and also released some other devices and features. If we compare the latest operating system of mac which is macOS Ventura and it is improved very much in every aspect such as features, performance, and many more. Installing macOS Ventura on your Windows PC is simple but it is required an ISO image file of the operating system.

There are many direct links from which you can easily download any of the ISO Image files of any operating system. But using other’s created ISO files you might face problems because of some glitches.

Stick till the end and follow the steps accordingly which will help you to easily create a macOS Ventura ISO image file.

Step 1. Install macOS Ventura

It is important to first install macOS Ventura on your operating system. Make sure that you have to install it because it will be needed for the process of creating an ISO Image file. And whenever you have downloaded the app then it will be available in the app directory. You can directly install macOS Ventura from the below link.

Step 2. Make a DMG File

Basically, if you download macOS Ventura then the size of it is 10.9 GB and the along with the ISO file, when you created after that the total size will be 16GB. If your PC doesn’t have enough storage then you could decrease the size and while decreasing the size then you might face issues. To avoid issues I am not going to decrease and you can also.

So, launch the Terminal on your operating system then simply copy and paste the following command.

sudo hdiutil create -o /tmp/Ventura -size 14000m -volname Ventura -layout SPUD -fs HFS+J

Step 3. Mount Ventura DMG File

Firstly, launch the temporary directory after that right-click on Ventura.dmg and simply copy then paste the given command and it will hopefully mount the Ventura DMG file.

Step 4. Alter DMG File to a Installer

Here you have to execute the given command on your terminal and it will alter DMG File to an installer.

sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ 13\ beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --
volume /Volumes/Ventura --nointeraction

Facing a problem after executing the command can solve easily just by following the below steps.

Launch the Terminal on your OS then type sudo and do not hit Enter to execute the command.

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Now, open the App Directory after that right-click on macOS Ventura App and choose the Show Package Content then go to the Content Directory.

Next, tap on the Resource after that drag the Create Install Media and drop it on the Terminal.

Further, type -volume then drag and drop the mounted disk on your terminal.

Once you have entered all the commands then it should be the same as  sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Ventura beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia –volume /Volumes/Ventura –nointeraction, and if it matches with yours then hit the Enter button.

Step 5. Unmount Ventura

After changing the DMG file to an installer then it is a must to unmount the Ventura. So, unmounting Ventura has two methods you can follow any of the methods. The first one is to right-click on the file which is on the desktop then click on Eject. And the second method you could also execute the given command.

hdiutil eject -force /Volumes/Install\ macOS\ 13\ beta

Step 6. Convert the Ventura.dmg to Ventura.cdr

We have to convert the DMG to CDR before creating the macOS Ventura ISO file and to convert it to CDR simply copy and paste the following command on your Terminal.

hdiutil convert /tmp/Ventura.dmg -format UDTO -o ~/Desktop/Ventura

Step 7. Move and Rename the Ventura.cdr

Let’s end the last step of the process of creating an ISO Image File. The final step is all about converting the Ventura.cdr to Ventura.iso through the command which is mentioned below. Once done the ISO image file will be on your desktop.

hdiutil convert /tmp/Ventura.dmg -format UDTO -o ~/Desktop/Ventura

My command is executed like this:

Last login: Fri Jun 17
intoput@intoputs-Mac ~ % sudo hdiutil create -o /tmp/Ventura -size 14000m -volname Ventura -layout SPUD -fs HFS+J
Password:
created: /tmp/Ventura.dmg
intoput@intoputs-Mac ~ % sudo hdiutil attach /tmp/Ventura.dmg -noverify -mountpoint /Volumes/Ventura
/dev/disk3                                  Apple_partition_scheme
/dev/disk3s1                              Apple_partition_map
/dev/disk3s2                              Apple_HFS                                                /Volumes/Ventura
intoput@intoputs-Mac ~ % sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ 13\ beta.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia –volume /Volumes/Ventura –nointeraction
Erasing disk: 0%… 10%… 20%… 30%… 100%
Making disk bootable…
Copying to disk: 0%… 10%… 20%… 30%… 40%… 50%… 60%… 70%… 80%… 90%… 100%
Install media now available at “/Volumes/Install macOS 13 beta”
intoput@intoputs-Mac ~ % hdiutil eject -force /Volumes/Install\ macOS\ 13\ beta
“disk3” ejected.
intoput@intoputs-Mac ~ % hdiutil convert /tmp/Ventura.dmg -format UDTO -o ~/Desktop/Ventura
Reading Driver Descriptor Map (DDM : 0)…
Reading Apple (Apple_partition_map : 1)…
Reading (Apple_Free : 2)…
Reading disk image (Apple_HFS : 3)…
……………………………………………………………………..
Elapsed Time: 1m 46.141s
Speed: 131.9Mbytes/sec
Savings: 0.0%
created: /Users/intoput/Desktop/Ventura.cdr
intoput@intoput-Mac ~ % mv -v ~/Desktop/Ventura.cdr ~/Desktop/Ventura.iso
/Users/intoput/Desktop/Ventura.cdr -> /Users/intoput/Desktop/Ventura.iso
intoput@intoputs-Mac ~ %

That’s it. It was a guide on creating an ISO Image file for the macOS Ventura. If you might face problems after completing the steps or while following the steps then you can feel free and comment down below. Create macOS Ventura ISO Image

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