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[SOLVED] Intalling macOS on M.2 SSD

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If it's a brand new raw drive, then you'll need to initialize it as Bronxteck suggest.

Go into the Disk Utility, press View > Show All Devices, then close and relaunch it again.

If it still doesn't show, then you might have to do it via diskutil from terminal.

If that still fails, then follow Bronxteck's advice to do it from another OS.

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It's not new. It comes with the laptop and have Windows 7 on it. I can boot to Windows but disk ultility not detect any one 

 

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then it could be that windows seven is installed as legacy MBR partition map. if you do not want windows seven then you need to do a low level wipe of the drive using another os. or the command prompt.

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Use Gparted tool. You can find it in Ubuntu liveUSB, or Hiren's Boot CD.

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