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955 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Feb 2, 2010 5:20 AM by The hatter
The physical disk of OS X that you received with the computer or when you purchased the upgrade is the boot disk. It will run everything you need if you boot from it.MacBook (2008), Mac OS X (10.6.2), 2.1 GHz Core 2 Duo, 4 GB Memory
Sergio B Netto wrote:
How do I create a boot disk with Snow Leopard?
Run the installer, following the provided instructions.2008 iMacs: 24"/3.06 GHz + 20"/2.66 GHz; White MacBook/2.4 GHz, Mac OS X (10.6.2), Kensington Trackball; Airport Extreme 802.11n; assorted iPods and older Macs
Yes, I understand. Sorry, but I didn't posted the right question...
I want to know how can I create, for example, a bootable DVD with Snow Leopard, that opens an application at startup. Is it possible?iMac Intel based 2.4GHz 20", Mac OS X (10.6.2), 4 GB RAM
DVD creation (BootCD) ended with Tiger. You can create flash drive, and handy to have a 32GB emmergency hard drive partition for system and disk maintenance.Mac Pro 8800GT 10K VelociRaptor, Mac OS X (10.6.1), Windows 7 i7 3.2GHz GTX 260-216