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Step 1 - Creating an image of your Snow Leopard disc
1. Start Disk Utility (/Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility) 2. In the left hand pane select Mac OS X Install DVD 3. Click the New Image button in the toolbar, select a destination and click Save
Step 2 - Partitioning and formatting your thumb drive
1. Insert your thumb drive and start Disk Utility if you closed it. 2. Select the drive in the left pane and click the Partition button in the right pane 3. In the Volume Scheme drop-down menu select 1 partition and insert a name for the partition (eg. Hackintosh) 4. Next select Mac OS Extended (Case-sensitive, Journaled) from the Format drop-down 5. Click Options select the GUID Partition Table option and click OK 6. Click Apply
Step 3 - Restoring the Snow Leopard Install image to your thumb drive
1. First the image we created has to be veriﬁed. 2. In Disk Utility click Images in the menubar and select Scan Image For Restore.. then the image ﬁle and click OK. 3. Next click your thumb drive partition (eg. named “Hackintosh”) and click Restore in the right pane. 4. Now drag the Snow Leopard image ﬁle to the Source ﬁeld. 5. Drag the thumb drive partition to the Destination ﬁeld. 6. Uncheck the Erase destination option and hit Restore.
Set HPET Mode to 64-bit mode 9. Go back (ESC). Set the ACPI Suspend Type to S3(STR) 8. Save and Exit. Double-click Kakewalk.Step 4 . by pressing F10 . 2.zip unzipped to.Setting up BIOS 1. Change the Hard Disk Boot Priority to your thumb drive as primary (Number 1) and set the harddrive you're going to install to as secondary (Number 2) eg. USB-HDD0: SanDisk 16GB 2. Enter BIOS and go to Advanced Features 3. Insert the thumb drive in the PC you wish to install to. 5. Go back (ESC). 3.Installing bootloader to thumb drive 1. go to Power Management 7. 1. 4. SCSI-0: WD 500GB 4. Go to the folder Kakewalk. 2. Select your thumb drive (eg. Hackintosh) and click Continue Select your motherboard and Continue Eject the thumb drive Step 5 . IMPORTANT: Set "SATA RAID/AHCI Mode" to "AHCI" If you can’t ﬁnd the option then look for AHCI in your motherboard manual. 6. go to Integrated peripherals 5.
6.5 BEFORE RUNNING KAKEWALK. After installing 10. . Double-click the thumb drive volume and then Kakewalk. 7. and after 5 seconds it will start the Snow Leopard install.pkg. 5. Boot from the thumb drive and select your system drive. 1.5 your system will reboot. Remove the thumb drive and reboot. IMPORTANT: MAKE SURE TO UPDATE TO 10. Mac) and Apply (Leave the format drop-down to its default value) 5. The bootloader will greet you. Step 7 . Mac Pro) and install. When the installer has ﬁnished restart your computer. Install the package to your Snow Leopard partition. Now go on with the Snow Leopard installer and select your partition (eg. When the partitioning and formatting is done quit Disk Utility 6. 4.6.Step 6 . When you're up and running do the following: 2.Running the Kakewalk Installer app Boot from your thumb and drive and select the partition you just installed Snow Leopard to and hit enter.PKG! 3.Installing Snow Leopard Your system should now be booting from your thumb drive. Once the Snow Leopard Installer is up and running click Utilities and then Disk Utility 2. In the left hand pane select the harddrive you wish to install to 3. Finally enter a name for your partition (eg. 1. 6. Click Partition then select 1 Partition then click Options and check GUID Partition Table hit OK 4.
Your Snow Leopard installation is now complete! Got any questions? Need any help? Visit www. .kakewalk.se for more information.