How do I burn MAC OS X 10.6 on two 4.7 gb dvds

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by olucapri, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. olucapri macrumors newbie

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    hey all I need a help here... I have a mac that came with OS X 10.56 and I want to upgrade to 10.6 but the problem is I can't get a copy to buy from my country and so I resolved to download, and after downloading for about 2 months I finally have the OS X 10.6 but I need to burn it on 2 dvds. the total size is 7.4gb and I have two 4.7 dvds. I need to get this the dvds so I can install on my mac but I don't know how to burn it. I've tried checking the content to resize but all I can see from the file are not up to one gb, the rest are hidden. Pls I just need to upgrade to 10.6 or later cuz my mac is having software problems now. I don't mind buying if I can get where to buy in Lagos, Nigeria but there is none. Pls I really would appreciate some help here. Thank you
     
  2. TEG macrumors 604

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    You can't break it up over multiple DVDs. You can easily put it onto a USB Stick or SD Card. Simply use Disk Utility to use the Image file to build the data file on the stick.

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