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ML on usb

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I have had a macbook air (2010) for 2 years and have now got used to os x. I decided to put it on my other pc as I can't get to grips with windows 8 and prefer mountain lion. I have read and read threads on forums, and just wanted to check the process. I've followed the video guide on the Iatkos website,

using my MBA and I have downloaded iatkos ML2 to desktop. I have managed to follow everything until the 4 minute point, where, on the video they have an icon on the desktop called IATKOS ML2, which when opened contains various folders. I have the same icon but its labelled System, and contains 2 folders, Installation and Library. So now I'm confused!!!


Can anyone suggest what I might have done wrong, please?


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You need ___8g usb > ML.dmg and iatkos boot loader


on your Mac copy ML dmg to desktop . Then mount it . "dbl click"


open utilties . click on restore > click on ML.dmg, > set as source


drag usb to distention, click restore.


you will need to install boot loader to usb.


I use the boot flag -v

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