derFunkenstein wrote:You MIGHT be able to create a Boot132 flash drive, but I've never tried. If you can't burn a disc, that's what I'd start looking for.
derFunkenstein wrote:Oh, so you'd need like an 8GB flash drive before it's even possible.
But if you have a hard drive in a USB enclosure, would it work the same way?
mthguy wrote:So, if i rip the image of the leopard CD onto an external HDD connected via usb with a BOOT_132 partition then extracted the image as the only contents of the drive that might work?
derFunkenstein wrote:Altered versions are difficult to update, though. You can't go to 10.5.7 with iPC without doing alot of extra work. It IS easier to install though. It's a toss-up. Prefer a little extra work at the beginning and being able to update straight away, myself, but everyone's different.
If you're not going to be using this Mac install for real work, there's nothing wrong with getting your feet with with iPC.
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