Saturday, May 21, 2016

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion (8-5-2011)

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion (8-5-2011) | 3.32 GB | 1 link
Install Snow Leopard via USB External/USB Flash Drive
* Utility* Flash Drive must be at at lst 8GB (You will lose all the data on there, so back it up on your desktop for the time being)* External must have at lst 8GB of free space
1. Open Utility. On the left navigation, select your flash drive and click on the "Partition

2. Under "Volume Scheme," Select "1 Partiton":

3. Once selected, hit the "Option" button at the bottom of the map:

4. A window will pop-up, select the GUID option (the first one):

5. Once its done, navigate to the "Restore" tab. With the Snow Leopard DMG present, drag the DMG to the "Source" field, and from the navigation on the left, drag your Flash Drive to the "Destination" field:

6. Click Restore, once its done, your Flash Drive contents to be similar to:

7. Close Utility, Open up System Preferences. Under "System," choose "Startup ," Your flash drive should be listed as the Snow Leopard installation . Select and press "Restart." Or you can just select "Install" from the Flash drive contents, in which it will start installing before prompting you to restart.

Using -DL

* Utility
* -DL (Dual Layer/9)
* DL-/+

1. Open the Leopard installation using Utility.
2. Using the Utility, crte a new dual layer (8.5GB) sparse called leopard (actual filename will be leopard.sparse) and mount it.
3. Restore the Leopard installation to the mounted leopard.sparse (not the file.)
4. Open the mounted leopard.sparse with Finder, and delete the XTools directory.
5. Unmount the mounted leopard.sparse.
6. Using the Utility, crte a new single layer (4.4GB) spare called boot (actual filename will be boot.sparse) and mount it.
7. Restore the leopard.sparse file to the mounted boot.sparse (not the file.)
8. Unmount the mounted boot.sparse.
9. the boot.sparse to your single layer media.
Booting from this works, but takes a long time.

No comments:

Post a Comment