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    Default How to install Leopard on HP6730b

    How to install Leopard on HP6730b(Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GbRAM).... I'm so tired i can't install...

    Help me please...



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    For better chance of response, you should post your system specs relevant to OSX installation, what you've done along with what problems encountered.
    You may not be the only tired person around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratvn View Post
    For better chance of response, you should post your system specs relevant to OSX installation, what you've done along with what problems encountered.
    You may not be the only tired person around here.
    HP6730b
    Intel Core 2 duo 2.2Ghz
    RAM 2 Gb

    I installed iDeneb v1.6 10.5.8 Lite Edition and when install processing after about 15 minutes show next message:

    Install Failed, Mac OSX could not be installed on your computer. The Installer could not validate contents of the 'Leopard_Installer' package.

    Also i installed Snow Leopard 10.6.1 and 10.6.2 when installl processing show that message....

    Install Failed, Mac OSX could not be installed on your computer. The installer could not install the software because there was no software found to install.

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    It could happen to some system configurations with particular distros. But in this case, there could be errors with DVD media/burning process/iso files.

    I would look at those first.

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    Where can I download correct ISO files from? I downloaded these iso files from torrent sites. Do you have correct iso files?


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    Quote Originally Posted by suugii View Post
    Where can I download correct ISO files from? I downloaded these iso files from torrent sites. Do you have correct iso files?
    I can not post those info per forum rules.

    I would try to reburn those iso's using good media at the slowest speed and retry the installation to see first, as it's the easiest step.

 

 

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