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Mac OSX Lion .iso Image

How to Download Mac OSX Lion .iso Image for Free in 3 Easy Steps

Mac OSX Lion is one of the most popular operating systems for Mac users. It offers many features and improvements over the previous versions, such as iCloud integration, Launchpad, Mission Control, AirDrop, and more. However, if you want to install Mac OSX Lion on your Mac, you need to have a .iso image file of the OS. This file contains the entire system and can be used to create a bootable USB drive or DVD.

Mac OSX Lion .iso image

But where can you find and download Mac OSX Lion .iso image for free? In this article, we will show you how to do it in 3 easy steps. You don't need to pay anything or use any illegal sources. Just follow these instructions and you will have your Mac OSX Lion .iso image in no time.

Step 1: Download the Mac OSX Lion Installer from the App Store

The first step is to download the Mac OSX Lion installer from the App Store. This is a legal and official way to get the OS. To do this, you need to have an Apple ID and a Mac that is compatible with Mac OSX Lion. You can check the compatibility list here.

Once you have verified that your Mac can run Mac OSX Lion, open the App Store and search for "Mac OSX Lion". You should see the installer app in the results. Click on it and then click on the "Download" button. You may need to enter your Apple ID and password to confirm the purchase. Don't worry, you won't be charged anything as the app is free.

The download may take some time depending on your internet speed. Wait until it is finished and then locate the installer app in your Applications folder. It should be named "Install Mac OS X".

Step 2: Create a .iso Image File from the Installer App

The next step is to create a .iso image file from the installer app. This is a bit tricky but not too hard. You will need to use a terminal command to do this. To open the terminal, go to Applications > Utilities > Terminal.

In the terminal window, type the following command and press enter:

hdiutil create -o /tmp/MacOSXLion -size 8g -layout SPUD -fs HFS+J -volname MacOSXLion

This command will create an empty disk image file named MacOSXLion.dmg in your /tmp folder. The size of the file will be 8 GB, which is enough to fit the entire OS.

Next, type the following command and press enter:

hdiutil attach /tmp/MacOSXLion.dmg -noverify -nobrowse -mountpoint /Volumes/MacOSXLion

This command will mount the disk image file as a virtual drive named MacOSXLion in your /Volumes folder.

Next, type the following command and press enter:

sudo /Applications/Install\ Mac\ OS\ X\ --volume /Volumes/MacOSXLion --nointeraction

This command will copy the contents of the installer app to the disk image file. You may need to enter your administrator password to confirm. This process may take some time as well.

Next, type the following command and press enter:

hdiutil detach /Volumes/MacOSXLion

This command will unmount the disk image file from your /Volumes folder.

Next, type the following command and press enter:

hdiutil convert /tmp/MacOSXLion.dmg -format UDTO -o /Desktop/MacOSXLion.iso

This command will convert the disk image file to a .iso image file and save it on your desktop. The name of the file will be MacOSXLion.iso.cdr.

Finally, type the following command and press enter:

mv /Desktop/MacOSXLion.iso.cdr /Desktop/MacOSXLion.iso

This command will rename the file extension from .cdr to .iso.

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