help to burn MAC os x10.6.2 from WIN7

Discussion in 'macOS' started by kittu8_in2002, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. kittu8_in2002

    kittu8_in2002 MDL Junior Member

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    plz tell me a software for windows 7 which will burn mac os on the dvd in WIN7 environment, and also suggest a trick is it possible to run Mac os X 10.6.2 parallelly with Win7, that is already installed . I have amd athlon x2 5200+, 4gb ram , 500 gb hdd.
    please help genius buddies:rolleyes:
     
  2. SoLoR

    SoLoR MDL Expert

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    convert dmg to iso with ultraiso and burn that iso... and ye you wont be able just "run" macos on amd cpu, you need special bootloader/drivers etc etc... its complicated, even for most of intel chipsets/cpus, even more for amds.
     
  3. kittu8_in2002

    kittu8_in2002 MDL Junior Member

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    i downloaded MAC os X 10.6.2 from a torrent site and it says it is in " .img " format. and as per the readme given ,it says its made to be installed via a USB tool. can i burn it on a DVD ? sorry i wish i could show you the torrent link but its not allowed.

    this is how the MAC file is :: SnowOSXUniFlash1.0.img

    can i burn it easily on a dual layer dvd
     
  4. kittu8_in2002

    kittu8_in2002 MDL Junior Member

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    yes thats the same one i downloaded.... can you post some link from where i can download that genuine OS x 10.6.2 will be of great help
     
  5. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    And what would you do with genuine OS x 10.6.2 on AMD processor?
    Just get the 8Gb USB stick

    sebus
     
  6. kittu8_in2002

    kittu8_in2002 MDL Junior Member

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    i have a laptop too with intel core2duo 2.1ghz 2 gb ram 250 gb hdd...... dell vostro 1014.... willl try installing the os in it.
     
  7. thienthach

    thienthach MDL Novice

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    Just goto this website and grap it down ok
    leohazard.com[/url] use 10.6.1- 10.6.2 intel/amd not SEVER ok.
    uphuck.com[/url] use iATKOS S3- V2
    download and burn in reg DVD. It's ISO File ONLY...
    GOODLUCK YOU GUYS ....:biggrin:
     
  8. acyuta

    acyuta MDL Expert

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    Dual booting is one option in windows 7 but after installing vmware workstation 7 in win 7 64 bit guest, would it be a lot more easier to make a VM with Snow Leopard?? I am in the early heady days of virtualisation and why not Snow Leopard on a VM.
     
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  9. mike_e_66

    mike_e_66 MDL Novice

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    I need some advice. I have been trying to find the right image for my pet project. right now I have WIN 7 Ultimate on a Toshiba Satellite L655D-S5066 laptop. No issue there. The processor is Athlon II 64 bit P520. Have 4 GB ram, ATI radeon 4200 video card. Atheros ethernet card, Realtek wireless 802.11n card.

    What I am trying to do is create a second partition on my HD so I can dual-boot OSX Snow Leopard. What do I use to create the dual-boot environment? Where can I get a OSX image that will run on my Toshiba Satellite L655D-S5066 laptop? Any help would be appreciated. I am determined to get this to work, and have tried several different approaches, but haven't been successful yet.
     
  10. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    My advice = forget about it on this laptop

    sebus
     
  11. Rosco

    Rosco MDL Addicted

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    Agreed - I tried all sorts of searches etc and haven't seen anyone supporting OSX on AMD hardware. I couldn't get it to work on my core i7 hardware - it simply would not boot into the setup ! It continually hung.

    My Dell monitor exploded and I bought a new 27" iMac to console myself - I only wish Apple provided a bit more flexibility in upgrading - I can install an SSD but I'm not game to disassemble the thing yet - that will come later.

    As far as responsiveness goes it is a super machine. A 27 "display with 2560 X 1440 costs almost as much as this beautiful machine.

    I installed Windows 7 on it easily but I mostly use OSX because I can run any Windows programs in VMWare virtual machines using "Unity" view so they run in their own window on the desktop. Might try and see if OSX can run in VMWare machines on Windows 7.
     
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