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Hi, I'm stuck on the 4th step of the process of installing the Monterrey macOS, I've completed every step behind.

When I go to mount the disk to paste the EFI folder, it doesn't show any other disk rather than the usb I'm booting from.

I have 2 drives, one for windows and one for hackintosh. When I click on "Show All Disks" it shows the two partitions of the hackintosh disk: One is the APFS container which holds the main storage and then there's a 16MB small partition where I should put the EFI folder, but it appears as "Microsoft reserved" and I can't mount it.


Any ideas? Should I format it to EFI? if so, how?

Thanks a lot.

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disconnect ssd windows if u have problems

after installation macos u can connect again


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I've done this but it still happens.

The partition where i should paste the EFI folder appears as "Microsoft reserved", so it won't let me mount it with ESP Mounter Pro or any other software.

Should i try doing it from windows? Would that work?

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