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Sierra on Dell Xps l502x


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You can create a Sierra USB installer using the usual manual process (same as for Yosemite or El Capitan), then install the bootloader (Clover or Enoch) and the required bootpack. You can reuse your existing Yosemite pack (I understand you currently run that).


For an Enoch based installation with BIOS in legacy mode, you can follow a similar process as described here, excluding the computer's specific pack of course.


I would recommend you create a separate partition and retain Yosemite for the time being.

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