Installation DVD for Mac OS X Snow Leopard. ISO for Boot Camp and DMG for installing on a Mac. Both files were created in Windows 10 and are untested because I only have two MacBooks and none of them work. It could be me being unlucky, but I know for a fact that both machines were bespoke toasters whenever I did something that the CPU had to work even the tiniest bit for. I have other notebooks from this era that still work fine despite lots of daily use under the same conditions. Needless to say, I'm not a believer anymore.
February 19, 2022 Subject:
i haven't tried the ISO file but i downloaded the DMG file one and it works. i managed to install it on my 2009 20" imac
December 22, 2021 Subject:
I can finally bring my MacBook mid 2010 back to its fast self again! snow leopard is actually still a good option for today. you might not think so but there is a version of Firefox called Firefox legacy. and it is fast and speedy for modern browsing on these older MacBooks. Definitely a lot better then using high Sierra and using safari etc. also the bootcamp worked great for windows xp! I haven't tried vista yet but I plan on it.
November 8, 2021 Subject:
Puede crear usb boot con este OS, gracias.
June 2, 2021 Subject:
Thank you to whoever uploaded this. Now I can rediscover Snow Leopard from 2011.
April 22, 2021 Subject:
Thank you so much for this!
I just got a mid-2010 MacBook with no hard drive in it. I put an SSD in there and was trying to install any supported MacOS with no luck. I don't have any Macs and spent hours trying to download various OS DMG files and using TransMac to try to create a bootable USB in Windows.
Every single one failed to be recognized until I came across this. I've only tested the DMG file but it does work. Used it on conjunction with TransMac and created a bootable USB.
January 25, 2020 Subject:
funciono en una MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2010)
August 7, 2019 Subject:
The DMG worked great
I have an older 2010 macbook pro that came with 10.6.3, meaning the old retail 10.6 would not work on it (would cause a kernel panic). I used the image with TransMac to create a bootable flash drive and was able to install Snow Leopard on the laptop. Thank you!
I did not test the bootcamp iso or any other parts of the archive.