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Can't boot snow leopard installation from bootable usb in widows 7

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hello to everyone,

This is my first thread,as I am a new one here!

I would like to ask a question.I'm trying to install Snow Leopard in my acer 5633wlmi.I created a bootable usb using Transmac,restored it with disk image,changed the boot priority to my usb ,but it ignores it and boots from the hard disk to my windows7.Why is that happening?Does anybody know what's going on?

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PS. I can't change my sata mode to AHCI from bios,as there's no option to do this action!

Thank you very much.

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Thank you Allan I'll give this a try and I response!

I got a bit confused.Iburned the mod cd into a cd.Changed the priority to boot from cd,but the snow leopard is in the bootable usb.What's the procedure that I have to follow because nothing happens.The mod cd is loading but what's the next step,how it's going to boot from the usb?

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Hmmm.

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You just copy Snow Leopard for USB right? In your Pendrive(Snow) do you installed another bootloader inside the Pendrive?

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Hmmm.

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You just copy Snow Leopard for USB right? In your Pendrive(Snow) do you installed another bootloader inside the Pendrive?

I used Transmac and restored the snow leopard iso(only this file nothing else).I burned the modcd iso into a cd.the boot priority is set as 1.cd/dvd ?2.usb

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Well to summarize

I inserted the modcd cd

Boot pc

As soon as it loads it a screen opens with some icons,1.osx86 Modcd. 2.an image of a hard disk and finally some images of windows

The bootable usb with restored ISO of snow leopard created with transmac is inserted

What's the next step after loading the Modcd?

As I mentioned earlier there's no option for changing SATA mode in Bios,is this a problem?

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