Last Updated on Jun 15, 2022
Apple launched the all-new operating system: The macOS Ventura Beta 1, on 6th June 2022. Apple customers have gone head over heels about the new operating system as the company has introduced tons of interesting and useful features that make the overall experience of using a MacBook to the next level. This macOS Ventura has leveled up the text and image search results and suggestions, has a new feature known as Stage Manager, introduced passkeys, and many more handy features.
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Due to the appealing and practical features incorporated in this macOS version, many users have already upgraded to the Beta version of macOS Ventura. But if you have an older model of the MacBook that does not support macOS Ventura and are looking for a workaround method for installing the OS on your Mac, then this article is the right place for you. This post will cover all the methods by which anyone having an old unsupported Mac can install macOS Ventura Beta 1 on their devices.
OpenCore Legacy Patcher For installing macOS Ventura Beta 1?
OpenCore Legacy Patcher is complex software for loading an operating system when your Mac is turned on. This software patches and injects the data into the memory of your MacBook and not on the disk. This means that Apple customers with an unsupported MacBook for macOS Ventura Beta 1 can install it on their devices using this software.
But unfortunately, the OpenCore Legacy Patcher does not primarily support the installation of macOS Ventura Beta 1 as of now due to the drastic hardware driver and other changes. These changes pose many severe challenges for the OpenCore Legacy Patcher; hence they have released version 0.4.6 of the software, which focuses on supporting macOS Monterey before getting into the larger issues posed by the macOS Ventura.
However, there is still a way by which you can install the macOS Ventura Beta 1 on an unsupported MacBook. Before getting into the process of installing macOS Ventura on your Mac, make sure to download OpenCore Legacy Patcher on your MacBook. So worry not and follow the simple procedure below to download and install macOS Ventura Beta 1 on an unsupported MacBook.
Step. 1→ Create a backup of all the data on your MacBook. You can do this by clicking on the Apple menu > System Preferences > Time Machine. Then tap on “Select Backup Disk” and click on the name of your disk. Now tap on the “Use Disk” option to create the backup.
Step. 2→ Download macOS Ventura Beta 1 on your MacBook by going to the GitHub website. While on the web page, click on code and select “Download ZIP” to download the file.
Step. 3→ Go to downloads and open the downloaded macOS Ventura ZIP file.
Step. 4→ Now double click on the file named “gibMacOS.command” and click on “OK” to run it in the Terminal app.
Step. 5→ A list of options will appear with different versions of macOS; if you don’t see macOS Ventura or macOS 13 in the list, type “C” and hit the enter key.
Step. 6→ In the next window, select the macOS Ventura version you want to download by typing the number in front of it. We recommend downloading the developer version as the operating system is still in the Beta phase.
Step. 7→ The device will download macOS Ventura in a couple of minutes, and it will appear on the list of operating systems as “macOS 13 beta 13.0.” Please type the number beside it and hit enter. ( For example- if macOS 13 beta 13.0 is 2nd in the list, type 2 and hit enter. )
Step. 8→ Allow the MacBook to download the file and go to the downloads folder of your MacBook to open the “gibMacOS-Master” folder.
Step. 9→ In that folder, open the macOS downloads > developer > 13.0 macOS 13 beta folder, run the “InstallAssistant.pkg” file, and follow the on-screen instructions. This will put the macOS Ventura installer in the Applications folder of your MacBook.
Note: Before going further, keep a USB drive with more than 16 GB of storage with you, as we will be using that USB drive for installing the macOS Ventura on your old MacBook.
Step. 10→ Now, open OpenCore Legacy Patcher and click on “Create macOS installer.”
Step. 11→ Then, insert the USB drive and click on “Use existing macOS installer” followed by “Install macOS 13 beta: 13.0”
Step. 12→ Select the USB drive and let the software convert it into a bootable pen drive with macOS Ventura Beta 1.
Step. 13→ Go back to the main menu of the OpenCore Legacy Patcher and open settings.
Step. 14→ Select the model of the MacBook that you have in the main settings window, click on “SMBIOS settings,” and select the MacBook model supported by macOS 13.
Step. 15→ Click on the “Generate S/N: <model of the Mac you have>” and return to the software’s main menu.
Step. 16→ After that, click “Build and Install OpenCore > Build OpenCore > Install to disk.”
Step. 17→ Select the disk of your Mac on which you want to install the OS and enter your login password when prompted.
Step. 18→ Click on the “reboot” button in the pop-up window to restart your MacBook.
Step. 19→ While your Mac is restarting, long-press the “Option” key on your keyboard and select “EFI Boot,” followed by selecting “macOS 13 or macOS Ventura.”
Step. 20→ Wait for the loader to execute the program and enter the login details.
Step. 21→ Finally, select the “Install macOS 13 beta” option, click “Continue,” and follow the on-screen instructions.
Once the Apple users have completed this process, your MacBook will boot up to macOS Ventura Beta 1, and they will be able to access all the features and applications supported by the operating system on the older model of the MacBook.
Although this is a lengthy and complicated method for installing macOS Ventura Beta 1 on an unsupported MacBook, anyone can upgrade the operating system of their old Macs to macOS 13 by carefully following this process. The macOS Ventura is still in the testing and developing phase, so there will be some bugs and errors in this operating system version, which will be eliminated with the release of the fully developed macOS 13. We hope that you found this article helpful for installing macOS Ventura on an unsupported MacBook
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