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Mac OS X Install DVD 10.6.7.dmg



If you're going the 'restore' route to image a machine to a known state, and don't want to wait to download and install all of the updates to keep your 10.6 machine up-to-date, then InstaDMG is for you. It's free. You give it your retail 10.6 disk, and it does all the work to create a minty-fresh up-to-date disk image that you apply to a compatible Mac.




Mac OS X Install DVD 10.6.7.dmg



I was having an error when copy-paste text in Text Wrangler to make the command, like other users. I used this command file (same text) and worked ok: -content/uploads/makeUniversalSnowLeoDisc.command.zipAll went well, from macbook pro 10.6.7 installation disk to universal 10.6.7, but when installed on late 2011 iMac, the wifi is not working and the spanish usb keyboard has some keys wrong. Seems like the drivers for the wifi card and the keyboard are different.Any solution to install the correct drivers?Thanks.


WoodHeBe, you are my hero!!!!!for weeks i've been struggling to find a solution for my crashing MacBook Pro mid 2010, and my last resort was to roll back to the original OS - snow leopard, however because i did not have the install CD, no image i downloaded off the web worked for me - i almost gave up.well, thanks again.


The OS file size was reduced, making storage space available for users to store other files. Snow Leopard OS was compact and lite and consumed less storage space on the disk. The OS size of Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6 has been considerably reduced to support the smooth functioning of the computer. The size of the OS has been squeezed to less than 7 GB. this size reduction was made possible by removing the pre-installed drivers for printers.


Mac OSes are very specific and they require certain system requirements to run smoothly. With every Mac OS update, the system requirement changes slightly and users have to check their system to get started with the installation.


With Mac PCs constantly evolving both hardware and software-wise, Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6 is relatively old and Apple has developed and released new versions of Mac OSes. with the latest OS being Mac OS Monterey. So, if you still want to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard, it is pretty easy to do so.


Well, we have discussed enough the OS, its features and much more, so now let us dive into the download and install part of the article, here we will explore the simple methods to download and install the OS on a computer.


Downloading the Mac OS X Snow Leopard is a very simple task, you can download the OS from any authentic website. Well, just make sure that you find the best and most authentic website to download and OS as, downloading from an unauthenticated source can download erroneous files. Once you have downloaded the OS, we can move on to the installation part of the OS.


Mac OS X Snow Leopard has relatively become old so, installing it on a Mac system is not recommended, so, if you feel like installing the OS and running it, you can do it by installing the OS on a virtual machine.


With this detailed article on Mac OS X Snow Leopard, you can efficiently learn what the OS brings to the table and much more. With the detailed guide, you can also install the OS on your system or a virtual machine.


This was tested using an iMac (21.5-inch, Mid 2011) 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5 with MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6 installed. The flash drive needs to be at least 8 GB in size. The Snow Leopard ISO file was the same as discussed in this answer, which should be the same ISO you have linked to in your question.


Note: This flashdrive will be using the Apple Partition Map scheme. This differs from the flash drive created using the Disk Utility, which used the Master Boot Record scheme. In other words, there is more than one way to create a USB flash drive installer from a Snow Leopard ISO file.


Enter the commands given below to create the USB flash drive installer. Here, an assumption is made that the ISO file name is snow leopard install.iso and the file resides in your Downloads folder. Also, an assumption is made that the identifier is disk2. If necessary, make the appropriate substitutions.


Enter the command given below to create the USB flash drive installer. Here, an assumption is made that the ISO file name is snow leopard install.iso and the file resides in your Downloads folder. If necessary, make the appropriate substitutions.


Be sure to use a standard installation DVD .dmg or .iso, some of these are copied from the "grey" disk, which means they're attached to a specific machine and won't allow you to install even though you can still boot into it successfully.


As another user noted, the Balena Etcher method works great on a Mac. On my 2021 MacBook Pro (with M1 Pro chip), I created a bootable OS X Snow Leopard USB drive using a .DMG of Snow Leopard I downloaded on the internet. And then installed Snow Leopard on a 2009 MacBook Pro without a hiccup.


My copy of snow leopard is badly scratched so I made a .dmg of it onto an external HD. Now I need to reinstall it onto my MacBookPro, and I cannot figure out how to do it. I own a Mac Pro and am wondering if I can launch the Macbook Pro holding down the "T" key and (seeing it as a firewire device) and have the Mac Pro install the software. Or do I need to make the external HD a bootable drive?


I found this on the web.... and now I am really stuck.... The MacBookPro appears to have Snow Leopard installed, but now it has a question mark flashing when I try to launch the MBP... It seems it cannot find the software I have just installed..... below is what I have done thus far from the internet....


I've been looking around here for this issue but haven't seen it so thought I'd start a topic and see if we can figure it out. I have 2 commercial installation disks DVD of 10.6.3 and have been trying to install it on multiple machines and it fails in all ways to install. It will begin the install and then attempt a restart and then the restart hangs forever.


I have 2 Apple DVDs that I purchased. I've used them quite a bit and they have some wear, but nothing serious. Neither one will install the OS any more. I have tried to install on Mackbook Pro A1261 17in, A1278 13 in, A1297 17in, and a 20 in imac and 21 inch imac. All have failed. I have installed booting from the DVD and pointing it to a new blank, formatted drive installed. Failure. Attempted installation on a new bare drive firewired OWC sled and it failed.


The only thing that I can think of is that each machine had previously been updated beyond 10.7. Was some firmware changed that won't let the machine go backward? Or maybe I just need a new DVD? Doesn't seem right because the disks boot the computer, the utilities work, and the installation starts just fine until it gets to the restart. Then it won't restart. Grey apple logo screen forever. Any ideas?


Also, if anyone knows "the right way" to make a bootable OS 10.6.3 (or better yet 10.6.8) USB flash drive installer, I'd appreciate the link. I've tried a couple out there that didn't work for me. Still looking. Naturally, I'd much rather not be dealing with DVDs any more but somehow can't seem to make the .dmg install without errors.


It should install on the A1261, which shipped with 10.5.x. It will not install on the A1278, which came with 10.6.6. The 10.6.3 retail disk does not have the hardware drivers on it for the A1278. Same issue for A1297. Came with 10.6.6. You'll have to get replacement copies of the original gray disks that came with each Mac in order to install Snow Leopard on them.


The grey CD's/ DVDs are model specific - you can only install them onto the same model (or occasionally similar models). If the disks are the standard retail versions (normally with a cat on the box or a large X on the disk and not grey) then they should install to supported models.


I have found that sometimes the installer can fail during the final stages, but the installation did complete, rebooting normally starts up in that case. I don't think later firmware updates block older OS's from working, so I don't think that is the case.


Can you link to the guides for making a copy of your install DVD into a USB one? I have used Disk Utility in the past to make a disk image & then restore that to a USB drive, it is fairly simple & can make a bootable installer. In short, in Disk Utility create a 'New disk image from folder', choose the base of the DVD for the source. Then use the restore tab to 'restore' that to a Mac OS Extended, GUID formatted disk.


Hi, and thanks for the responses. Firstly, the hard drives I've tried to install to were all new, clean, GUID formatted drives. I have resorted to using a cloned system from another machine to put on some of these various macs, but I understand that it's not best practice as the OS should be installed per the hardware in the machine.


And Kurt, it wasn't until 2011 that the notebooks came with 10.6.6. The A1297 I have is MBP 6,1, 2.53 i5, mid 2010. And the original OS was 10.6.3. So my disk should work on that one and the 13 inch A1278 was also a 2010 model. The 20 inch iMac was a 2009 that originally came with 10.5. So I'm at a loss other than both my install disks went bad at exactly the same time.


As to my other concern, if we have a machine that came with 10.6 and it gets upgraded to 10.10, there shouldn't be any problem to wipe the drive and reinstall 10.6 on it. That is the only other common denominator I can think of because all the machines I tried using my retail copy 10.6.3 DVD had all been previously upgraded beyond 10.6. I didn't think it would be the case, and you guys don't think so either so I guess that's good. 350c69d7ab


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