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Learning from this question, it seems I didn’t fully erase the the hard drive. The proper steps are:
- Enter recovery mode
Shut down, long press power to boot, immediately hold cmd+R until you see the apple again
- Fully erase the drive and create partition
Using Disk Utility, erase the root of the tree. Be sure to name the new partition
Macintosh HD, choose
GUID Partition Map
- Install macOS
If you go back and choose reinstall macOS you should now have a single drive named
Macintosh HDto choose from
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