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iBoot and MultiBeast Download for Install MAC OS X on Any Intel PC or Laptop

iBoot is the best way to install MAC OSX on any intel based PC or Laptop. You can use iBoot to get MAC OSX on latest models of desktop PCs with Core i3, i5, i7 processors. iBoot also supported with older CoreDuo, Core2Duo, Pentium 4 as well but AMD processors doesn't supports for iBoot + MultiBeast windows / MAC OSX dual boot method.

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You can download iBoot directly from our website, but there are several versions of iBoot called iBoot 3.3.0, iBoot Haswell 1.0.1, iBoot Ivy Bridge 1.1.0, iBoot Legacy 2.7.2 and you must choose the most appropriate iBoot version to download according to your system settings. You can proceed with MAC OSx installation on Windows once you download iBoot. Go through the requirements checklist before you start.

Requirements for iBoot Plus MultiBeast Method.

Preparation your PC for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard installation

Install Snow Leopard Mac OS X on a PC with iBoot & MultiBeast - Step by Step Video Guide

Preparation your PC for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard Installation

1. Load Default BIOS settings

2. Set CD ROM first at the Boot Prioritylist

3. Disable eXtreme Hard drive XHD function

4. Set ACPI suspend type to S3(STR)

You need to iBoot Download and burn it on a CD to start MAC OSX installation. Use iBoot Legacy version for unsupported Intel CPU types and download iBoot Ivy bridge or Haswell if you have such systems since default iBoot can't use on them.
1. iBoot Download from above links.
2. Burn iBoot on CD or DVD.
3. Restart PC while you have iBoot CD/DVD in your ROM.
4. Get the iBoot CD out once appears the Boot prompt screen.

iBoot boot prompt

Insert Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard DVD

NOTE: Try following additional steps if you couldn't get installation screen
1. Go Back and come again from Step 2
2. Type PCIRootUID=1 and hit enter
3. Try typing PCIRootUID=1 -x or -x (This will bring you to MAC OSX safe mode and allow to go ahead)
4. GraphicsEnabler=No (This will help for some graphic cards)

NOTE: The bootloader only supports to boot from a disk or partition of 1 TB or less.

Choose Snow Leopard installation

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