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iPortable Snow OSx86 10.6.2 Bootable USB image work on intel pc's


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#1 sara - pmedia

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Posted 14 April 2011 - 04:19 PM

Have not yet tried .. But I mean to try it and add it to my collection

Has anyone managed to run it from USB?

google serch "iPortable Snow OSx86 10.6.2 Bootable USB image work on intel" for more info ;) :smiling9: :thumbsup:

iPortable Snow x86 optimized Mac OSX 10.6.2 Snowleopard CopyCatX MBR image for generic Intel PCʼs (32/64bit) and (SSE2/SSE3) or higher..

Based on previous and never released iPortable 10.5.8 and Hazard’s patched Snowleopard 10.6.1-10.6.2 and Snowleopard Server 10.6.2 distro, Empire EFI and MyHack releases...

Re-ripped, tweaked and optimized by ProtocolX to make it booting on a lot of Intel chipset PC'[s!

Read carefully !!!

AMD not yet supported.. Intel only [SSE2/SSE3] or higher.. English and Dutch only !!

All other system languages and left over PPC architectures are removed !!

You can always re-install more languages very easy..

- NO APPLE SOFTWARE IS REMOVED IN THIS EDITION!!

This is a full Mac OSX Snowleopard 10.6.2 installation! No account is created, registration screen will be loaded at first boot. (Only removed big file is Alex’s voice)

-ALL VIDEOKEXTS ARE REMOVED FROM SYSTEM!!

To prevent booting problems on serveral systems. They are zipped and moved to: Hackintosh tools/Snow Drivers/Video Drivers/Removed Video Kexts... Use Kexthelper B7 to re-install your videokexts before trying enabling graphics.

- DEFAULT BOOT MODE IS 32BIT!!

The default bootmode of this iPortable Snow is 32bits. So it can run even on an old Intel SSE2 processor. (SSE3 is recommended..) But no 64bit code is removed offcourse... You always can still use this Snowleopard in full 64bits mode.

To enable 64bit in Snowleopard

Type in bootloader: arch=x86_64 (Boot in 32/64bits mode)

or -force64 (Force booting in 64bit)


Included Applications

- EZ 7z
- KCNScrew
- LiquidCD
- Property List Editor
- Smultron
- Stuffit Expander
- Transmission
- UnRARx
- BetterZip

Included Utlities

- Appcleaner
- Carbon Copy Cloner
- CopyCatX
- Diskwarrior 4.2
- Clonetools H1


OSx86 Hackintosh Tools

32-64-bit Kernel Startup Mode Selector
AMD Patcher (leo)
About This Mac Modifier
AnyToISO 2.5.1 -
Keygen AnyToISO
AppleHDAPatcherv1.20
BootCDMaker
Bootloaders
CPU-X
CPU-i
ChangeVisibility
Checksum
Custom DVD SlimbuildGUI-1
DPCIManager
DSDT Patcher GUI
DSDTSE
Disk Order
DisplayUtility
EFI partition Mounter
EFIStudio 1.1
EFiXUpdater
EvOToolsX (snow)
Extensions-Repair
Gfx Utilities
HexEditors
Hide Folders
INSTAHackintosh (beta)
IORegistryExplorer
IPObserver
Kernel64Enabler
Kext Helper b7
Kext Utility
KextSpy
KextStatInfo
KeyViewer
Lizard
MKextTool-1.0
MSR Tools
Man Viewer
Marvin's AMD Utility v.25
NVCAP Maker 1.4
NetbookBootMaker 0.8.3
NetbookInstaller 0.8.3 RC4
Network Diagnostics
OSx86 Update
OSx86tools
PPCKextsRemover
PPF-O-Matic
PPFMaster
Pacifist
PackageMaker
PartitionsList
PlistEdit
Pro Pref Setter
Preferential Treatment
Property List Editor 2.2
Quartz Debug
QuartzSimple
Repair & Set Permissions scripts
RepairKexts Permission
SMART Utility
SpindownHD
Super_PI
SwitchResX Control
USB Prober
UUIDGenerator
Universal Checker
Universal OSx86 Installer
Winclone
freeMem
iASLMe
iPatch
mCoreTest64
mkextMaker
unHiddenIT


Included Kernels:

chocolate_kernel
anv_kernel
atom_kernel
legacy_kernel
blackknight_kernel
mach_kernel



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Posted 14 April 2011 - 06:27 PM

Front side goes like this :smiling9: and when i flip and turn, it goes like this :thumbsup:

Whats the point of having a portable OSX anyways? it doesn't have any "technical" apps (all fancy GUI effects which will consume most of your USB space)
As far as dumping ISO to USB is concern, have you tried following ( ;) )

01. Create 3 Partitions in USB with Disk Utility (p0=FAT32 | p1=HFSPJ | p2=HFSPJ)
02. Go to Restore Tab and Drag DMG (whatever wherever) file on "Source"
03. Set Destination as Partition 3 of USB
04. Install Chameleon on Partition 2
05. Install g4d on Partition 0 (1st) with that RMPrep* :cheers: something... which allows pressing "space" button to load previous MBR (thus allowing happy boots for all)




EDIT: infor for those who are thinking to download via .TORRE and uTorr: Straight after starting the download, look inside your folder and double click any text file (specially when .txt download is NOT done). IF the info is correct (from crypt****), above post's suggestion to search and get those files... can put some of you in trouble. uTorr these days sells your URL + browser Title to... "someone"! :(

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Posted 15 April 2011 - 08:26 AM

I found a step by atep guide

http://m.lifehacker....usb-thumb-drive

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Posted 27 April 2011 - 07:46 AM

Apparently it's easier than I thought :smiling9:

Three main stages:

* Create mac partition (no need to erase the entire disk)
* Restore an image (you made before from runing macosx or use iportable snow leopard)
* Add this boot code to gRUB4DOS menu

title macosx 10.6.2

chainloader (hd0,3)+1



I use an external hard disk i get really good performance

One more added to the collection :worship:

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Posted 16 October 2011 - 11:25 AM

I'd like to try this out. Nice. :)




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