Today I replaced my SSD with Seagate HDD. Then I thought, why not make a switch with the operating system that I use? While I’m being diligent. My choice went to Windows 7, because it seems I have been absent for quite a while. And it seems Windows 7 will give me a lot of material to write. But, it turns out my last experience using Boot Camp is different from this time. I found it difficult to create a Live USB for Windows via Boot Camp. I couldn’t find the missing create Windows 7 install disk.
After hundreds of cursing, I found the video below:
The way in the video was different when I applied on MacBook Pro mid-2010. However, in principle is the same, namely, to give permission for the info.plist file can we edit. You can get your Mac model in your About Mac.
The trick is:
- Restart while holding Cmd + R (this to restart to recovery mode).
- Select Terminal at the top bar.
- Type csrutil disable.
- Right click on Boot Camp icon in finder, then choose show package content.
- Right-click on the info.plist file then look at the instructions on the video about what should be changed (before returning to the next step below).
- After changing the permissions, we can right-click the info.plist file to open it in Text Editor and then edit it.