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8th January, 2010, 06:36 PM
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more informations here: http://store.psystar.com/rebel_efi_faq#faq2
To ensure you don't lose any files, use a blank hard drive.

1. Download the Rebel EFI file, available here.
2. Burn the file to a CD.
3. Insert the Rebel EFI disc into your CD drive.
4. Start or restart your computer.
5. As computer boots up select, Boot Options or Boot Menu Key
**Boot Options or Boot Menu Key differ by motherboard manufacturer.
6. Select CD ROM
7. After CD loads press enter to run the CD
8. When prompted, Eject the CD and it will ask for the Snow Leopard DVD
9. Insert the Snow Leopard DVD
10. Select Main Language
11. Click Continue, if you want to continue with the installation of Snow Leopard.
12. Click Agree, if you agree.
13. Select the disk that you want to install Snow Leopard on.
a. If no disk shows, Click on Utilities on the tool bar, then select Disk Utilities.
b. On the left you should see your hard drive.
c. If not, a disk is not connected or cannot be read by your computer.
d. After selecting your hard drive click on Partition.
e. Under Volume Scheme, click current and select 1 partition.
f. Under Volume Information, name your hard drive.
g. Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
h. At the bottom of the window Click on the Options Button.
i. Select the GUID Partition Table
j. Click OK
k. Click Apply
l. Click Partition
m. Quit Disk Utilities
14. Select the disk that you want to install Snow Leopard on.
15. Click Install.
16. When Installation completes. restart the computer
17. As the computer starts up, insert the Rebel EFI CD
18. As computer boots up select Boot Options or Boot Menu Key
**Boot Options or Boot Menu Key differ by motherboard manufacturer.
19. Select CD ROM
20. Once CD loads you will see both the Hard Disk and the Rebel EFI CD
21. Use the arrow keys to highlight the Hard Drive
22. Press Enter to boot Hard drive.
23. Launch the Rebel EFI application from the CD.
24. Follow the on-screen authentication procedure.
25. Click Continue
26. Select your Keyboard
27. Click Continue
28. Select, Do not transfer my information now.
29. Click Continue
30. If, you have and Apple ID enter it now
31. If not, Click Continue
32. Enter your Registration Information
33. Click Continue
34. Create your Account Information
35. Click Continue
36. Select Time Zone
37. Click Continue
38. Click Done

11th January, 2010, 11:20 PM
Are you sure ?

17th October, 2010, 06:06 AM
No, he's not. It is possible to install OS X on PC hardware, but you need to make sure your hardware is compatible otherwise
things won't work.

There are a few lists of compatible hardware linked from this site : Hackintosh Instructions, Hackintosh How To Guides @ Hackintosh.com (http://www.hackintosh.com/)

If you're interested in running OS X on a PC try googling 'hackintosh' and reading more about it. It's certainly do-able and can be quite worthwhile. Good luck!

6th September, 2014, 10:35 AM
more informations here: http://store.psystar.com/rebel_efi_faq#faq2 (http://store.psystar.com/rebel_efi_faq#faq2)

hi the link above takes you to BLANK PAGE????
thanks any way:beer: