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Snow Leopard on Abit IP35-E

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I'm trying to install Snow Leopard on my PC. I managed some hard steps so far by myself but now i need some help.


Because i couldn't get a MAC, i installed osx on a virtual machine to configure a bootable usb drive as they did it in this tutorial: http://www.insanelymac.com/2009/12/install...indows-edition/. my first problem is that writing to a usb drive from that virtual machine is extremely slow. It takes more than one and a half hours to restore a osx image file to the usb drive in that virtual machine. After some waiting i finally got my bootable usb drive. Then i tried to find the right configuration. I keept up with lifehackers tutorial: http://lifehacker.com/5351485/how-to-build...start-to-finish But somethings going wrong. The installation wont start. after booting the usb drive the hardware detection throws mistakes. i've read in the wiki that i would need fakesmc, IOATA and some more hacks but every try costs me again almost two hours to reconfigurate my usb drive because of problem number one :-(


Could someone can help me ? Which files do i need and in which folders do i have to store them ? What is needed to install osx on the following system ? And how could i improve the access to usb drives from my virtual machine.


Core 2 Duo E6750

Abit IP35-E

Club3D GeForce 8400GS


Thx in advance

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