First of all a massive thanks to the forums and the Gizmodo write up (which i imagine used alot of info from here). Yesterday i received my Dell 1011 and within 3 hours of it arriving it is now running 10.6
I followed the Gizmodo guide and used the current copy's of bootmaker.
However, once installation had finished i rebooted as normal. Booted up fine albeit expectedly slow. Everything worked, wifi, sound etc. Booted again, and then once more. I had read on other guides that i should then run netbookinstaller so i downloaded the latest version (same place as i got the bootmaker from) and ran this. Rebooted and now i get a 5 second option of selecting my boot drive before the white apple screen.
If i dont select the boot drive in time the machine just hangs at the white apple screen and doesnt boot. If i select it in time it boots but the white apple screen takes about 20 seconds before i see the spinning wheel then a further 20-30 seconds before it boots.
The performance is also relatively slow compared to my lesser spec'd G4 Mac Mini.
The 1011 is standard spec other than i have fitted a 32gig SSD
in replace of the HHD. (1gb memory as standard).
Any ideas where i've gone wrong?
I can if it help's take some pictures of the boot process later this evening.
Thanks in advance.
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Also worth noting i used the following:
NetbookBootMaker 0.8.4 RC1