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USB vs ISO What's the difference?
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Hey Everyone,

 

I'm a hackintosh newb and have been reading up a lot the past couple of weeks on the best Hackintosh Mavericks option for an AMD-FX 6350 and an ASRock 970 Extreme 3. Niresh's program seems to be the only one that works.

 

Yesterday on Facebook Niresh posted that there will soon be an ISO version of Mavericks. It seems that the ISO is more popular than the USB method. What is the reason for this? Does it reduce the chance of getting a kernel panic?

 

Thanks for reading and thanks to everyone who posts on this Forum, it really helps!

 

 

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Most of the Users are Familiar with .iso files ,they think usb method is difficult or tricky ,,,it easy to burn iso files on any system Windows ,linux  etc .usb method also uses special softwres or apps thats why people think so (IMO)

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Well, the USB method worked very well, and it isn't difficult and/or tricky, in my opinion. Just use TransMac, right click on USB drive, Restore with image, select the .dmg image, and that's all. 

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