Sunday, January 18, 2009

pcwiz osx86 tools: boot from USB

Back in June pcwiz managed to tweak Bootable Utilities, extremely small (1.75GB) bootable version of Leopard (10.5.3), meant for system diagnostics of real macs. Bootable Utilities, as the name says, just boots up and you can choose which app to run for diagnostics- not more not less. pcwiz customized it by adding some other apps which he found useful for hackintosh world. Now he is off for something more interesting. After recently success with booting Leo from USB drive (iPortable), pcwiz tries to make a bootable version of OSx86Tools! Everything will be very small and based on normal Leopard install. By saying very small I mean CD-size! There is no working version at the moment...

Update will follow!!!


You are probably looking for a working copy of Tiger or Leopard, ready to install on a "white box" pc. I can't give you a link to download it, so please don't even ask for it. This blog will inform you about working versions of OSX86. You have to find a copy yourself. (try some popular torrent sites)