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JohnSmith41

iAktos using USB and Windows (I actually read rules this time!)

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Sorry for my last post, which I had deleted. I now want to retry. I have a Dell Latitude D410, with a 80 GB drive, a Microcenter 8 GB, and an iAktos S3. I do not want Mountain Lion or anything newer, Snow Leopard is the one I am mostly used to. I put it on a flash drive using Leopard HD install helper, but it just says "Loading Darwin/x86", and then goes to a black screen (no text). I am not using a bootloader (none support USB AND work with just Windows 7), and I really need help!

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Hello

 

If you want install SL, so i will send to you by PM an USB Bootable.

 

Only copy .raw image to USB stick and boot.

I didn't know .raw was a bootable... I would greatly appreciate it, as I tried burning a iAtkos disk and booting into it on a different comp, to no prevail. Also, how do I use it? Thanks!

 

I don't read stuff anymore apparently... :fiery:

 

Anyway, is this iAtkos, or do I need a bootloader?

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