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    Default Snow Leopard Retail Disc DMG - How to burn with Windows?

    Hi.

    I have a DMG file of the SL Retail Disc. How can I burn it to a DVD or convert it to an ISO with Windows? I have no Mac OS X running, and I don't know anyone who has a Mac.

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    Try Ultra iso. Its a full trial that never runs out. Theres just a annoying message that apperas at the start:BIN to ISO converter, ISO CD image editor and creator - Ultraiso Download Page

    It can convert .DMG to .iso and then burn it.

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    Default P.s.

    Where did you get that retail disc? Internet or did you buy it?

    If you downloaded it can you give me the link?

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    Hi,

    Ultra ISO works fine but I dont have a DVD to try it out, only two hdds. Is there a chance to install it in this way?

    You can buy it for 29 (dunno how much it is in $). Apple says it's just an upgrade but as far as i know its the full version. So you can make a DMG out of it when youve already Leopard running. I, as stupid as I am, formated that disk on that leopard ran to install snow leopard on it... Hehe but I didnt know windows doesnt support dmgs -.- .

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    Default Yes you can use a HDD

    Ok I will answer your first question first. Yes the Snow Leopard Upgrade disk is the full version of snow leopard.

    Ok Here is a guide for Installing from a HDD. Note you have to wipe all data from the HDD you want to use.

    Use ultra iso to get copy the contents of the iso image to your HDD.
    Now add these files to your HDD take them out of the .zip then the folder with the same name as the .zip and place the Folder "Extra" and the file "pfix" file and place them on your hdd.

    Link for files: Files for OS X HDD.zip

    Now plug your HDD into your computer and select to boot from boot menu. (May have to set it in the bios)

    Now it should boot, may not I have not tried this method.


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    Default Oh, Yeah.

    You need to format your HDD as Mac OS Extended (Journaled).
    You need a mac for that. Maybe there is a program for windows that will help.

 

 

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