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How to install Snow Leopard in dualboot with Win 7 on my BBG medium PC

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Hello,

Can somebody PLEASE telle me how to install OSX properly on my BBG (V1) medium PC?

I've tried EVERYTHING I could possibly find on the internet but NOTHING seems to work!

There must be something I overlooked.

Ik have the original BBG pc (medium) which I bought from Azerty comouters, and a 150Gb external hard drive on which I want to install OsX Snow Leopard 10.6.3 in a dualboot with my allready installed Windows 7.

When I put in the OsX CD it installs properly but after reboot OsX can't be booted, only Windows 7.

I've downloaded the BBG bootdisk, no result, because it won't even install.

I also installed Easy BCD 1.7.2 but I can't set up the partition on which OsX is installed because Windows deosn't recognise it because it isn't a Windows partion (because I formatted it to a journaled OSX partition during the installation of OSX.

I would REALY appreciate any suggestions I could try.

Thanks a million in advance!

Stefan

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