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Hi everyone! I was just wondering if anybody got Snow Leopard Mac OS X 10.6 to work? I originally wanted to install it on a external hard drive but I found out that the installer will only install on GPT and not MBR. I went into the osinstall.mpkg and removed a line to get it to install on MBR. The installer runs but when I reboot my Mac, it doesn't detect an OS on the external. I am trying to run it on a Intel MacBook Mid 2007. First off, I was trying to get it to run in Parallels or VMware Fusion but neither booted it. Any help please?

Thanks in advance,

MacBook1137

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My opinion on these sort of matters, like beta software, is just not to touch them.

There beta for a reason, buggy, unreliable and have security flaws often. Experiencing this just ruins the impressions of the final product I think and also I don't agree with testing software for free for large companies like this. If they want me to do that, then they'll have to pay me.

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My opinion on these sort of matters, like beta software, is just not to touch them.

There beta for a reason, buggy, unreliable and have security flaws often. Experiencing this just ruins the impressions of the final product I think and also I don't agree with testing software for free for large companies like this. If they want me to do that, then they'll have to pay me.

I understand that completely but my question still stands for anyone to help me out.

Thanks

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