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How to Install Mac OS X Snow Leopard on Any Intel PC with iPortable Snow OSx86 10.6.2 Bootable USB Image
If you have ever wanted to try Mac OS X on your PC, but you don't want to mess with your hard drive or partitions, you can use iPortable Snow OSx86 10.6.2 Bootable USB Image. This is a pre-installed and pre-configured version of Mac OS X Snow Leopard that can run on any Intel PC with SSE2 or SSE3 support. You just need a USB flash drive of at least 8 GB and a DVD drive to burn the image.
In this article, we will show you how to create the bootable USB drive and how to boot and install Mac OS X Snow Leopard on your PC.
Step 1: Download and Burn the iPortable Snow OSx86 10.6.2 Bootable USB Image
The first thing you need to do is to download the iPortable Snow OSx86 10.6.2 Bootable USB Image from this link. It is a torrent file, so you will need a torrent client like qBittorrent to download it.
Once you have downloaded the image, you need to burn it to a DVD using a software like ImgBurn. Make sure you choose the option to write the image file to disc and verify the disc after burning.
Step 2: Prepare the USB Flash Drive
Next, you need to prepare the USB flash drive that will be used to boot and install Mac OS X Snow Leopard on your PC. You need a USB flash drive of at least 8 GB capacity and formatted as FAT32.
To format the USB flash drive as FAT32, you can use a software like EaseUS Partition Master Free. Just select the USB flash drive, right-click and choose Format Partition. Then choose FAT32 as the file system and click OK.
After formatting the USB flash drive, you need to copy some files from the DVD that you burned in step 1. Insert the DVD into your PC and open it with Windows Explorer. You will see a folder called \"iPortable Snow\". Copy this folder to the root of your USB flash drive.
Step 3: Boot from the USB Flash Drive
Now you are ready to boot from the USB flash drive and install Mac OS X Snow Leopard on your PC. To do this, you need to change the boot order in your BIOS settings. Restart your PC and press the key that opens the BIOS setup menu (usually F2, F10, F12 or Del). Then look for an option that lets you choose the boot device priority or order. Move the USB flash drive to the top of the list and save the changes.
Then your PC will restart and boot from the USB flash drive. You will see a screen with a white apple logo and a spinning wheel. Wait for a few minutes until you see a welcome screen with different languages. Choose your language and click Next.
Step 4: Install Mac OS X Snow Leopard
Now you are in the Mac OS X installer. Before you proceed with the installation, you need to format your hard drive or partition where you want to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard. To do this, click on Utilities in the menu bar and choose Disk Utility.
In Disk Utility, select your hard drive or partition on the left side and click on Erase on the right side. Choose Mac OS Extended (Journaled) as the format and give it a name. Then click Erase and confirm.
After formatting your hard drive or partition, close Disk Utility and go back to the installer. Click on Continue and agree to the license agreement. Then choose your hard drive or 061ffe29dd