🍎WTG/Boot Camp(Mac OSX)

Only for Intel/AMD cpu PC and Intel MAC

Bootcamp cannot be used on ARM-type silicon Macs such as M1/M2 and Next Silicon Models

The WTG and encryption features of the IODD make it possible to boot securely even on PC and MACs. See UEFI Booting for the complete process.


As VHD tool and Rufus only support Windows, you need a Windows PC for the prerequisites.

  • VHD Tools (download)

  • Rufus (download)

  • Windows 8.1-10 Professional / Enterprise ISO file


  • External USB or VHD file for boot camp driver

    -Download the driver from the boot camp control panel.

  • VHD file for boot camp installation (fixed recommended) VHD Make >Creat VHD file with VHD Tools

RUFUS setting

The default settings are the same as for UEFI boot.Convert ISO file to UEFI bootable Drive

  1. Select [USB Hard Drive List] in [Advanced Drive Properties].

  2. Select the target VHD drive (fixed) to install on the device.

  3. Set the partition type to [GPT] and the target system to [UEFI].

Be sure to double-check when setting the target drive. Never do an IODD on a physical drive. It must be installed on a VHD-mounted 'virtual drive'. It's also a good idea to turn on write-protection just in case.

For BootCamp

  • With your Mac turned off, connect the Iodd and

    press the power button(mac) while holding down the [option](mac) key to select a boot disk.

  • Choose the yellow UEFI disk [Press and hold the Control key when first installing]

  • Install the bootcamp support driver.

For general information about Bootcamp, please refer to the site below.

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