Mac OS (Two OS'?)

Discussion in 'PC Support Archive' started by Rye, Feb 5, 2010 with 3 replies and 277 views.

  1. Rye

    Rye Enthusiast

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    Hey S7. I'm running windows vista home premium (64Bit), I've got a 300GIG Hard drive, I want to download load Mac OS X, Burn it and install it on a different partition (I'll need to make a new partition), Will I be able to create a new partition without having to reformat my hard drive? I don't really want to, but I have to I will.

    I'm pretty much asking if I can make a new partition without formatting one, and install Mac OS X on it.

     
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    Rye

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  4. kidhitman

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    1. Download Gparted live cd partitioning tools

    2. burn it to a blank cd with imgburn

    3. configure the settings easy

    4. resize partition to make blank partition

    5.format blank partition to FAT32 (easy for OSX86 to find)

    6. save settings

    7.Go back into windows download EasyBCD

    8. go to add tab and add OSx86 PC click save settings

    9. insert your OSX86 disk (i can only give you a torrent over msn or aim)

    10. select the disk thingy then highlight your blank Fat32 partiton on the menu click HFS+ then click erase

    11. when done click the red x then it will go back to the install screen and click install :smile:

    for more detailed version add kid-hitman@hotmail.co.uk
     

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