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    Default How to install mac OSX 1.6 Snow Leopard on Intel core 2Quad Q6600 for the first time?

    Hey guys, i was looking a way how to install mac OS to pc since i really like the looks of map and stuff. Well i have seen alot of tuts everywhere but i want you guys to tell me if its going to work.
    So im a new member and even if i havent been here for long time i hope you help me.

    Oh and the biggest question of all. Do anyone know if this game ava.ijji.com will work on my hackintosh? and can you direct me to a list of FPS games for mac/hackintosh?

    1. this is the link where i download the retail copy:removed
    2. i used infrarecorder to burn iboot.iso to a cd and PowerISO to burn the retail of the snow leopard (.dmg) to DVD+R DL.

    3.im using iboot

    4. this was the tut i followed at first but when i was at BIOS setup i got confused. I didnt have many of the options the poster did: How to Install Mac OS X on a PC (Without Using a Mac)

    5. i do not have a mac so i need to install without a mac.

    okey now lets get on to my pc specs(btw if i missed something than plz reply and i will post as soon as possible coz i rlly want to have an hackintosh):



    srry i dunno why the pic didnt get cutten.












    plz reply quickly and i hope you can help me and i hope that my computer will work with Snow Leopard.
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    First of all: For GOD SAKE take down the torrent link! It's illegal to share them around!
    Anyway, I think it will work. You should first create a partition on Windows large enough for a Mac (Like 20 GB at least).
    - Boot your PC using iBoot, then eject the CD once it boots (Don't worry, it's fine) and insert the SnowLeo DVD and press F5.
    - The snow leopard DVD should appear after a bit of time. type -v and press Enter. It will show you a black and white screen full of commands and cryptic things. Wait a bit on that (Post a pic if something wrong happens).
    - Then it will all go grayish and the Language Selection dialog should appear. Choose your language and click the (->) button. Then at the top bar find Utilities, click it and choose Disk Utility.



    - It looks like this. Don't play with your Windows partition unless you don't want it. Choose the partition you want, then choose Erase on the right. Format it with Mac OS Extended (Journaled) and rename it. Click Erase. Then once it's finished exit the utility by Pressing Alt+Q.

    -You're back at the installer. Click Continue, Agree on the license whatever it is, then choose the partition you just formatted. Click Install.

    Note: Some installations will show an Install Failed message; That's alright: Pop again the iBoot cd and it will show you the iBoot image AND your new installation! Go there and it will welcome you with it's fancy video. Follow the instructions and then it will log you to your Mac desktop. Not just yet, go to the internet and install MultiBeast and Chameleon RC5 to be able to boot without the iBoot CD and install drivers. See tonymacx86.com for more information and a more detailed guide.

    Hope that helped.
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    Thank you for your help! im trying today and see if it works!

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    Oh but also, what is a partition? srry but english is not my mother language and im not familiar with all the words. Is partition like a hard drive? that on the pic shows 500.11.GB?

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    Well, a partition is a "Part" of the Hard disk drive. (The partition is Macintosh HD, the hard disk is the 500 GB drive)
    Like on Windows, if you go to 'My Computer' there, you may see C:\ and a D:\ drives on it... These are partitions which are chunks of the hard drive that are formatted with a certain pattern for each operating system. You'll need a partition with at least 20 GB of space, formatted with Mac OS Extended (Journaled) to use Mac OS X on your PC.
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    Okey thanks. But i can make the partitions bigger? right? so instead 20GB i put 50? or is 20GB enough to suit my needs?(im a gamer and yeah, im playing alot of games and they require atleast 30GB space.)
    or did i understand wrong and games dont use space on partition?

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    No, Games do use a lot of space. You can make a partition with any size you want. I just said make it at least 20 GBs so you can install Mac OS, Word and download some songs. that's the 20 GBs potential. You can make it as large as 100GB providing that you have the space on your hard disk.
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    17" Lenovo ThinkVision LCD Display (VGA)
    Intel G31 ICH7 MoBo with Marvell Yukon Ethernet adapter and Intel High Definition Audio Controller
    WDC 160 GB HDD
    Running Mac OS X 10.6.2 on Macintosh HD and OS X Lion on OS X Lion

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    Hey! Im currently on my phone so i cant post a video but can you also tell me what bios settinga to use?
    I was trying to boot with iboot so i burned it to cd and booted with that , after some time a screen came with the iboot icon and some text in left top corner and in middle of the screen wasent an box with iboot written under it but 3 cd looking images that had no text nder it and also
    when the 3 cd lookin images came there was an white bar and it dissappeared in 2 sec. After that i ejected the iboot cd and inserted snow leopard dvd. Pressed f5 and the scrren froze. Or my keyboard did since i was not able to turn caps lock on or off. Plz help coz i really want to install it today

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    Ok got the vid uploaded, : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4i07Znb-W0

    Its a little bad but best i could do, i really hope you can help me. BTW the white box under disc images only goes away if you press arrow buttons on keyboard.

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    Personally......and please do not take this the wrong way (but I am sure that you will), if you do not understand what a partition is, then I suggest that you go and do a lot of reading before you go any further. If you do not understand the basic concepts of what you are doing how do you think you will fix it when it get's broken.


 

 
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