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  1. Thanks for the ideas, I had a windows-centric mind but I will take a look to that programs. I would prefer some os-independent solution but if I find a working one I will come here to write my results.
  2. Hello, I would like to know if there is a handy program to deal with disk or partition cloning. I was testing a dual-boot D420 with OSX and Windows 7, but then realized that Acronis recognizes the partitions but does not allow to clone them. Apparently the standard clonezilla configuration (without digging in the options) cannot see further than the first OSX partitions either. What should I use for this task?
  3. I finally got it! I followed an awkward way but it worked. In short, I installed windows 7 and vmware and used a Leopard vmware image (http://www.sysprobs.com/install-mac-os-1055-leopard-virtualbox-314-installation-dvd ) to dump the premade image to the pendrive. It worked like a charm! First I tried with virtualbox (as suggested in the link), but bzcat was taking ages. When using -vv to get some kind of progress information, it was going extremely slow. It's a pity that I didn't manage to do it with Ubuntu instead. In fact, I didn't fiddled with disk utility nor something distinct than unmount & bzcat.
  4. Hi! I am new to hackintosh and got stuck on the very beginning, so I think it is a good idea to reuse this thread. I assume that a working OSX machine is needed to prepare the usb stick even when using the second method, isn't it? My attempt was to unmount a 16 GB pendrive (from Ubuntu) and dump the premade image on it using bzcat. Afterwards, I noticed that gparted didn't recognize any filesystem and the pendrive cannot be used to boot a pc. So, the first steps of the method 1 are needed? Is there a way to do it from windows or linux?
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