Hey, I know that creating a disk for Lion is possible, and I don't want to upgrade because a lot of my programs I heard were unstable to be running on Lion. So what my issue is, is that I do NOT have an install disk for my snow leopard 6.8. I've been on the phone with apple and they said that I cannot "create" an install disk and I think that that's rubbish. making a windows one is simple, so there has got to be a way to create a mac install disk, right? I don't want to spend the $20 on a new install disk when I already have a legit copy of my Snow Leopard. the only problem is I don't have the knowledge to know how to create one. I have to reinstall my OS X for a wipe/restore my hard drive to create a partition for bootcamp, i'm getting the dreaded "files cannot be moved" message. so, does anyone know how to go about "creating" a disk from scratch or .ISO ?? I really do not want to pirate it even though that might be the easiest way to do it. Thanks!