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I need a guide for installing Mac OS X Snow leopard on An AMD CPU (usb bootable)


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Hello! I am new here, So I am looking for a guide on installing Snow leopard on My System,


AMD FX 6300 


M5a99X Evo R 2.0

8 Gigs of vengence

1 TB Western digital (Windows right now)

600 GB Seagate baracuda. (soon to be snow leopard hopefully!!) 



MAC OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.3 Virtual Machine DONE!

16 GB USB stick DONE!



Send me a PM or a link please with a guide! 



This Guide must be using a USB method (i do not have a CD drive Nor big enough CDs)




I have a rewrite-able Drive except i have to paint it black, Its an ugly white right now (my pc is black)


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Ok Mavericks would be great! I just need a Working stable OS X. If your inferring That Mavericks would be good for my system, Please PM me on how to do it, OR Send me a link to a guide! (USB BOOT-ABLE REMEMBER :)  ) 





EDIT: Please And Thank you~!

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1. use this to make usb http://myhack.sojugarden.com/guide/

2. download the amd_kernel from here http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/281450-mavericks-kernel-testing-on-amd-formerly-mountain-lion-kernel-testing-on-amd/

3. make the install usb with myhack

4. unzip amd_kernel.zip and copy amd_kernel to your usb installer

5. boot the myhack installer with "amd_kernel -v"

6. if it works, then install. if not, post where it stops and take pic and show me

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