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Intel Core i7 920
Asus P6T SE Intel® X58/ ICH10R chipset
Radeon HD 4890 1 Gig Ram
6 gigs triple channel memory

How exactly would I go about installing Snow leopard if I had the retail disc of it.

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I heard the boot 132 method wasn't working. So how would I go about getting it to boot from an external hard drive? What kexts WOuld I have to use? How exactly would I go about doing all this?

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I heard the boot 132 method wasn't working. So how would I go about getting it to boot from an external hard drive? What kexts WOuld I have to use? How exactly would I go about doing all this?


Its called the search function buddy use it. Theres alot of other topics on this subject use it, you wont learn anything by being spoon fed.

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Its called the search function buddy use it. Theres alot of other topics on this subject use it, you wont learn anything by being spoon fed.

Well I have done quite a lot of searching and I found the motherboard the SE version, has been somewhat difficult to get fully working for some people.

I have found a boot 132 iso that should work for the motherboard though at this link http://www.insanelym...p...50402&st=20

then when looking on youtube I found what seems like a good guide to get it to run on an external hard drive. from this link. http://www.youtube.c...feature=channel
Now here are the questions I have.

I have the snow leopard DMG where do I put it? and how do i get it to boot?
also the format volume in the youtube video was mac os plus, what is that? its not an option for me in disc utilities.





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