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sheikhoo 10-21-2011 09:30 PM

Installation iatkos v 1.0i...bootable USB
i downloaded iatkos v.10i iso and now wanna install it on my netbook through a USB drive....i tried using unetbooting to make a direct bootable USB drive by burning it on the drive as one does on a CD but it didnt work......what should i do with the ISO file to make a bootable USB drive of iatkos v1.0i?

pippox0 10-22-2011 06:09 AM

You must have another mac/hackintosh pc with os x.
You must use disk utility to flash iso on usb.
Then install chameleon bootloader on usb
That's it

sheikhoo 10-22-2011 10:08 AM

what if i dont have an imac then what? cant it work without it?

pippox0 10-25-2011 02:37 PM

To make a OSX booting USB from windows

Best choice ...
You can burn bootable ISO to DVD and boot it from DVD drive ( even USB DVD drive connected to your netbook).

On the other hand ...
There are also four Tools for windows ( searched on google ...)

you can use TransMac 15days Trial
connect USB under windows, launch Transmac, select USB, select "Format with diskimage" use iatkos iso.

Leopard hd install helper v0.3
use Usb pen formatted fat32
use ISO
flash iso on Usb

3) ultraISO
On Windows PC Format your USB drive in normal FAT32 format
run UltraISO, go to 'Bootable' and choose option ''Write Disk Image...''
there you select USB Drive...browse .ISO file....choose Write Method ''USB-HDD+'' and get done in an hour or less

4) win32 image writer
use a USB pen formatted fat32
use ISO
flash iso on Usb

Hope this will help ;)

I never used these methods ... tell us if you resolve ...


sheikhoo 05-15-2012 02:27 PM

well i changed my Hacked distro....i went over to Jas 10.4.8 and used transmac as u did convert the USB to HFS and did write the ISO files but sadly it didnt boot even though my boot order is perfectly set....More help?

lanceomni 11-21-2012 08:37 PM


Can you elaborate on "didn't boot". Did you receive an error?

Have you attempted to boot other operating systems from USB?

You should also consider placing your system specifications in your signature.