I used Mechdrew's NBI 2 guide for this one. I used 2 SanDisk Cruzer Micro flash drives (2 GB and 16 GB)
So I get the NBI 0.8.3 on the 2GB drive and the Mac image on the 16GB drive. I boot up the Mini 10v and 20 seconds into the installation I get an error saying it was unable to copy support files and I need to restart and try again. So I restart and I get the dreaded mach_kernel
error. My heart sank! lol...
So after searching online for nearly forever and a day, I put GParted on a flash drive and booted it on the 10v. I couldn't find the HFS+ option for the partition so I put it as msdos, figuring that's what the hard drive was in the first place so what's the difference?
So then I had to figure out why it didn't install properly. Turns out, of course, it was a bad image. So this time, I used TransMac to rip the image from the OSX retail DVD. Then I had to edit the computer's registry to let me write to the 16GB drive (which I also did through TransMac).
So I go for try #2, and everything worked just perfectly! Sound, wifi, everything! I am actually writing this post from my new Hackintosh! Summary and other tips
-16GB flash drive is fine (I read a thread where users came to the conclusion where a 16GB will not work)
-Do not use ImgBurn, use TransMac to rip from the retail DVD (and a .dmg file worked fine for me)
-Use GParted on a USB drive to fix your mach_kernel issues (I set the HDD to msdos and it worked fine)
-Drag NBI to the Mac desktop in order to "unzip" it
Other than that, just follow Mechdrew's guide and you should be fine