Install 10.6 Snow Leopard on a Dell Mini 10v – Hackintosh Walkthrough

Oct 29, 2009 - 3 Comments

We’ve long been fans of the Dell Mini 10v for Hackintosh purposes, it’s small, quick, attractive, and can be obtained for surprisingly cheap in the $200 range. It looks like the rest of the blogworld is catching on to this little beast of a MacHack Netbook, Gizmodo has an excellent write up on installing Snow Leopard on the Dell Mini 10v, it’s definitely worth checking out. I’d highly recommend buying a refurbished unit from the Dell outlet to save yourself some serious cash (a friend got one for $189!), so check out our guide to a cheap Mac Netbook with the Dell Mini 10v, and then follow the Gizmodo guide to get it all up and running with Snow Leopard. For $200 you can’t go wrong!

Gizmodo: How to Hackintosh a Dell Mini 10v into the Ultimate Snow Leopard Netbook

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in 10.6, Hackintosh, Mac OS X, Snow Leopard

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  1. web-MAC-OCLIOUS says:

    this makes no sense? is it a mac?

  2. Richard Nelson says:

    I have discovered that if you do any update of the Apple OS or iTunes it will break your system. You then have to reinstall the OS again. I am running updates from the internet. Is their another way?

  3. Dave says:

    You cannot currently go beyond 10.6.4, I’m at that right now with my Mini10v and all good.

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