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Galera estava pesquisando e encontrei esse site que contém as ferramentas necessárias para rodar o macOS Sierra no MacBook Pro 2009, acredito que funcione com qualquer outro Mac que rodava o El Capitan e com o lançamento do macOS Sierra, ficaram de fora: Segue a lista dos Macs compatíveis com esse Patch: - Mac Pro, iMac, ou MacBook Pro de Início-2008 ou mais novo - MacBook Air ou MacBook Unibody Aluminum Meados-2008 ou mais novo - Mac Mini ou MacBook White Início-2009 ou mais novo Site principal: http://dosdude1.com/ macOS Sierra Patcher Tool for Unsupported Macs http://dosdude1.com/sierrapatch.html macOS Sierra Software Update Patch Tool http://dosdude1.com/sierraswupatch/ Não dou suporte apenas estou informando galera, quem quiser tente ai macOS Sierra Patcher Tool for Unsupported Macs *This utility is provided to anyone free of charge, however if you'd like to donate, you can do so here: Requirements: -Early-2008 or newer Mac Pro, iMac, or MacBook Pro -Late-2008 or newer MacBook Air or Aluminum Unibody MacBook -Early-2009 or newer Mac Mini or white MacBook Things you'll need:-A copy of the macOS Sierra Installer App. This can be obtained from the Mac App Store using a machine that supports Sierra, or downloaded here -A USB drive that's at least 8 GB in size -A copy of the tool - Download here -(Optional) Download the macOS Sierra Software Update Patch Tool once Sierra is installed, which will allow you to install system updates on unsupported machines. How to use:1. Insert your desired USB drive, open Disk Utility, and format it as Mac OS Extended (Journaled). 2. Open the "macOS Sierra Patcher" tool, and browse for your copy of the macOS Sierra Installer App. *Ensure that the tool successfully verifies the app. 3. Next, select your USB drive in the Target Volume list, and click "Start Operation." 4. When the operation completes, boot your target unsupported Mac off the USB drive you just created. 5. When the installer boots, open Disk Utility. 6. Select the disk or partition you want to install on, and erase it, ensuring to use Mac OS Extended (Journaled) as the filesystem type. If formatting an entire drive, ensure GUID is selected. 7. Install macOS normally on the volume you just erased. 8. When the install completes, reboot back onto the installer drive. This time, open the "macOS Post Install" application. 9. In the application, select the Mac model you are using. The optimal patches will be selected for you based on the model you select. You can also select other patches of your choosing. 10. Select the volume you have just installed macOS Sierra on, and click "Patch." When it finishes patching, click "Reboot". It may sit there for a few moments rebuilding caches before rebooting. *If for some reason the system fails to work correctly after rebooting, boot back into your installer drive, run the post install patch again, and select "Force Cache Rebuild" before rebooting. This isn't necessary under most circumstances. 11. When it reboots, it should now boot into a fully working copy of macOS Sierra (with the exception of WiFi on some systems). macOS Sierra Software Update Patch Tool Download the tool here. Requirements: -An installed and working copy of macOS Sierra on an unsupported Mac. How to Use: 1. Download a copy of the tool, and open it on your machine. *If an update is detected, please be sure to install it, as it will include support for the latest macOS Updates as well as new features. 2. Select the software update you want to install, and click "Patch Update." *If the program tells you that the update doesn't exist, click "Refresh Updates," wait for the process to finish, and try to patch the update again. 3. If the patch succeeds, click on the "Open App Store" button and check to see if the desired update has appeared. If not, refresh updates once again, and re-open the App Store. The update should now appear. When it does, go ahead and install it as normal. *If the system won't boot after installing the update, simply boot off your installer drive and re-run the macOS Post Install patch on your Sierra volume.