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yoboy94

Snow Leopard Installation without losing files

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Hello everyone,

Is there any way that i can install snow leopard after it comes out on my hackintosh (currently leopard 10.5.8) without losing any of my files, application etc.?

 

I was thinking maybe using time capsule but who knows?

Please i really can't lose my files and applications

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Burn or copy your files to DVD or HDD. Timemachine is an option, but i would only go for it on a seperate HDD! Not only on a partition!

 

Anyway, an update from 10.5.8 to 10.6 is only for real MACs.

If you are on hacki you have to do a fresh install from your running 10.5.8 or from USB Boot Image.

 

Look in blackosx's Thread, he explains pretty well what to do!

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Burn or copy your files to DVD or HDD. Timemachine is an option, but i would only go for it on a seperate HDD! Not only on a partition!

 

Anyway, an update from 10.5.8 to 10.6 is only for real MACs.

If you are on hacki you have to do a fresh install from your running 10.5.8 or from USB Boot Image.

 

Look in blackosx's Thread, he explains pretty well what to do!

 

Thanks i will try a fresh install and then try to restore from my time capsule

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