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Kakewalk Lion Windows 7 Dual Boot Mac OSX Lion

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KunalAggarwal

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Hello everyone, I currently have Windows 7 running on my PC.

I wanted to install Mac OSX Lion on it alongside windows 7 (Dual Boot)
So I got a Bootable Lion USB made using Kakewalk 4.1.1

Now I wanted to know, how to install Mac OSX with windows 7, I have a 500GB HDD out of which a 150 GB partition (divided to two 75GB partitions) is allocated as such:

1. 75GB NTFS Windows
2. 75GB Unformatted clean partition.

and the rest 315GB is allocated as NTFS, for some data!

I want to install Mac OSX Lion on this 2nd 75 GB partition, so how do I do that so that I can dual boot with Windows.

(Also, I read this one post for Snow leopard which said to install Mac OSX Snow Leopard in this empty partition, then repair the boot using Windows 7 CD, and add a Mac OSX entry to the bootloader using EasyBCD. Can this same approach be used for Lion)

Thanks!!





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