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    Angry Does my OSX 10.4.8 [JaS AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 & PPF2] have the right files?

    So I have a copy of Mac OS X 10.4.8 [JaS AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 & PPF2].iso file. I also burned it to a DVD, but the DVD does not boot anything, and after viewing it's contents, all it has is the following files:

    BOOT.
    BOOT.CAT
    BOOT0.
    BOOT1H.
    BOOT1U.
    BOOTHELP.TXT
    CDBOOT.
    CHAIN0.

    Upon exploring the actual ISO those are the only files that are on it. Are these the correct files? My file size is about 4.7gb but unzipping those files only equates to about 128,130 bytes. What's going on?

    Thanks in advance.



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    I just obtained the same version but from a different location, and it has the same exact files! Can someone please help me!

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    i dont believe windows can view the contents of those types of cd's. thats all i have also and i boot just fine.

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    well, the files actually are in your dvd, but your windows cant read them...it just dont recognize them

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    It is the FAT part of the DVD that you see, the HFS part is hidden from Windows. You actually need the chain0 file if you want to dual boot with windows without thirdparty software.
    Last edited by mark1970; 09-22-2007 at 06:26 PM.
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    i dont believe windows can view the contents of those types of cd's
    well, the files actually are in your dvd, but your windows cant read them...it just dont recognize them
    One word: MacDrive

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    hey, i am totally new to this.....where can i get the "guide for dummies" for installing from scratch?
    i am dl the dvd but then i wouldn't know where to start........sigh!
    thanks

    i guess i found:http://wiki.osx86project.***/wiki/in...llation_Guides
    where the *** it's something like an ORGanization...........
    thanks anyway
    Last edited by john_denver35; 09-24-2007 at 07:03 PM. Reason: solved

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    Quote Originally Posted by egoncalo View Post
    So I have a copy of Mac OS X 10.4.8 [JaS AMD-Intel-SSE2-SSE3 with PPF1 & PPF2].iso file. I also burned it to a DVD, but the DVD does not boot anything, and after viewing it's contents, all it has is the following files:

    BOOT.
    BOOT.CAT
    BOOT0.
    BOOT1H.
    BOOT1U.
    BOOTHELP.TXT
    CDBOOT.
    CHAIN0.

    Upon exploring the actual ISO those are the only files that are on it. Are these the correct files? My file size is about 4.7gb but unzipping those files only equates to about 128,130 bytes. What's going on?


    Thanks in advance.
    Hi guys, i just downloaded the same fuck*ng package and i installed evry easy on a wmware virtual machine. i am trying to install on my laptop too but having trouble because the disk utility doesn't find my hd..i must say it is serial ata, is this the matter?
    any help appreciate!
    thanks

 

 

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