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How to Install MacOS Snow Leopard on Any PC with iBoot 2.6


If you want to try MacOS Snow Leopard on your PC, you can use iBoot 2.6, a bootable CD that allows you to boot and install MacOS on any compatible Intel-based computer. iBoot 2.6 is based on the Chameleon bootloader and supports many hardware configurations and graphics cards. In this article, we will show you how to download iBoot 2.6 iso file and use it to install MacOS Snow Leopard on your PC.


Step 1: Download iBoot 2.6 iso file


The first step is to download the iBoot 2.6 iso file from the Internet Archive[^1^] [^2^]. This file contains the bootable CD image that you will need to burn to a blank CD or DVD. Alternatively, you can also use a USB flash drive to create a bootable media.


Step 2: Burn iBoot 2.6 iso file to a CD or DVD


The next step is to burn the iBoot 2.6 iso file to a CD or DVD using any burning software of your choice. Make sure you use the lowest possible speed and verify the disc after burning. If you prefer to use a USB flash drive, you can use a tool like Rufus or UNetbootin to create a bootable media from the iso file.


Step 3: Prepare your PC for MacOS installation


Before you boot your PC with iBoot 2.6, you need to make some changes in your BIOS settings. You need to enable AHCI mode for your SATA drives, disable any virtualization features, and set the boot order to prioritize the CD/DVD or USB drive. You may also need to disable any integrated graphics or sound cards if they are not compatible with MacOS.


Step 4: Boot your PC with iBoot 2.6


Now you are ready to boot your PC with iBoot 2.6. Insert the CD/DVD or USB drive into your PC and restart it. You should see a screen with an Apple logo and a list of options. Use the arrow keys to select the option that matches your hardware configuration and press Enter. For example, if you have an Nvidia graphics card, you can select "GraphicsEnabler=Yes". If you have an AMD processor, you can select "legacy_kernel". You can also press F8 to enter more boot flags if needed.


Step 5: Install MacOS Snow Leopard


After booting with iBoot 2.6, you should see a screen with a language selection menu. Choose your preferred language and click Next. Then, insert your MacOS Snow Leopard installation DVD into your PC and wait for it to be detected by iBoot. You should see a new icon on the screen with a picture of a DVD and the label "Mac OS X Install DVD". Select this icon and press Enter.


You will then enter the MacOS installer where you can follow the on-screen instructions to install MacOS Snow Leopard on your PC. You may need to use Disk Utility to format your hard drive as Mac OS Extended (Journaled) before installing MacOS. You may also need to customize your installation by selecting only the essential components and drivers for your hardware.


Step 6: Reboot your PC with iBoot 2.6


After installing MacOS Snow Leopard on your PC, you need to reboot your PC with iBoot 2.6 again. This time, instead of selecting the "Mac OS X Install DVD" icon, you need to select the icon that represents your hard drive where you installed MacOS Snow Leopard. Press Enter and you should be able to boot into MacOS Snow Leopard on your PC.


Step 7: Install MultiBeast


The final step is to install MultiBeast, a tool that allows you to install additional drivers and patches for your hardware and enable features like sound, network, sleep, etc. You can download MultiBeast from tonymacx86.com[^3^] and run it from within MacOS Snow Leopard. You can choose the options that suit your hardware configuration and preferences and 061ffe29dd






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