Before I start this, I want to begin by saying this is 100% my fault.
Now that we've gotten that out of the way, I'll begin.
I got a Dell Mini 10v (1011) netbook for christmas today, and had the flash drive fully prepared with Snow Leopard 10.6 and the proper Netbookbootmaker. Once I installed it and everything was working, I should've left it at that. But no, I decided to update it. I went to the google code site and downloaded the NetbookInstaller 0.85pre. I ran it, and while running it, I realized I was running the wrong one, and really wanted NetbookInstaller 0.84. I canceled the currently running NBI 0.85pre. It had mounted three disks to my desktop, which I force ejected. (except for the "Netbook Installer" disk that wouldn't eject. I then restarted the netbook, and was greeted by the infamous "The Hibernate image is too old by xxx. After that, I received a screen with several errors, and the message that "You need to restart your computer" in several languages. If there is a fix for this, I'd be ever so grateful. If you need the specific error message given, I'd be happy to provide you with that. Thanks again, and Merry Christmas!