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About tvtray37

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  1. Make bootable USB from DMG on Windows

    Thanks, patnucci - method worked perfectly for me. I had to expand Snow Leopard as well but it wrote on to USB fine. Everything went smoothly although the installation was slower than I expected but I can only put that down to running it off of a USB stick. I was (re)installing the software on a MacBook that is compatible with OS X. I'm not sure if the same will apply to people trying to install it on hardware designed, originally, for Windows. Thanks!