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riot41solution

hp mini 1000 aka 1151nr

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okay so i am a total noob. i apologize. i would like some help that isnt a crappy iatkos install website that will help me install mac on my hp mini 1151nr. can someone please email me or just send me links as to what exactly do. i have throbbing migranes and am about to give up. please dont leave me with windows. someone help!!!! what version of osx should i get. any version and how should i do it. please. and thank you.

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I have the 1151nr as well and I easily got leopard 5.5 on there with iDeneb 1.3

The exact distro I used was iDeneb 1.3 for OS X 10.5.5

From there, you can update to 10.5.8, try and use a disk image of the update for best results, rather than downloading the update from the Software Update utility. I think I was able to do a vanilla snow leopard install from there, can't quite remember at the moment.

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I have the 1151nr as well and I easily got leopard 5.5 on there with iDeneb 1.3

The exact distro I used was iDeneb 1.3 for OS X 10.5.5

From there, you can update to 10.5.8, try and use a disk image of the update for best results, rather than downloading the update from the Software Update utility. I think I was able to do a vanilla snow leopard install from there, can't quite remember at the moment.

 

 

i got 10.6.3 on mine then combo updated to 10.6.7 with some minor fixes... 99% working. only thing that doesnt is 3g and mic input

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