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Then exit Then continue with setup and also you dont need to select custom install because its not a Modified Image
 
Then exit Then continue with setup and also you dont need to select custom install because its not a Modified Image
 
Then it will shut down after it go's half of the precent.Dont panic
 
Then it will shut down after it go's half of the precent.Dont panic
just replace disk1 to disk2 then start it again and do the same later disk's
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just replace disk1 to disk2 then start it again and do the same later disk's .

Revision as of 09:47, 18 August 2009

PearPC PearPC is a Power PC emulator Since when MAC OS X was on Power PC you would have to use Pear PC First get a legal MAC OS X Tiger ISO.But Panther would work too.... Then you need java from java.com Then PearPC which you can download from: http://www.aep-emu.de/emu/mac/PearPC.net_package_0.1.5a.zip (Direct Link)

Once it is downloaded you will have to open APE.jar(The jar file is a java file) Then set the ram to how much you want then you will create a HD Image file i put mines as 20GB then you want to save it as a .IMG then select the HD Image u made in one of the text boxes NOTE : i used a seperate partion with 30GB in so make sure you have enough disk space Then you put the ISO. IF it is 1-5 ISO files just put Disk1 or the first disk then start the emulator wait 40 seconds to boot then go to Utilities->Disk Utility Then select your HD Image then select Partion then select Partion 1 Then Partion Then exit Then continue with setup and also you dont need to select custom install because its not a Modified Image Then it will shut down after it go's half of the precent.Dont panic just replace disk1 to disk2 then start it again and do the same later disk's .

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