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How do I burn Snow Leopard 10.6 onto a disk


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Hey guys,

 

I downloaded the Snow Leopard 10.6.dmg file then converted it to iso because i want to set my HP DV-6 3042 into a multiple boot machine with various operating systems.

 

Anyway, the problem I'm having is burning the disk, the file is 7.5gbish. I went out and bought dual layer disks but apparently my rom only burns up to 4gb single file because it is Fat32. How can I fix this? Or split the iso so that it will still be able to install.

 

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Hey guys,

 

I downloaded the Snow Leopard 10.6.dmg file then converted it to iso because i want to set my HP DV-6 3042 into a multiple boot machine with various operating systems.

 

Anyway, the problem I'm having is burning the disk, the file is 7.5gbish. I went out and bought dual layer disks but apparently my rom only burns up to 4gb single file because it is Fat32. How can I fix this? Or split the iso so that it will still be able to install.

 

Thanks

 

You need NTFS filesystem

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