The forums have been really helpful so far, and thank you all for your help! Such an amazing amount of knowledge and experience- I really appreciate it.
Before starting on the magical journey that is hackintoshing a 10v, I wanted to ask this question:
Iâ€™m going to be doing this very much by the book, including the USB boot disk needed from a PC. I have a super old Dell Latitude, running Windows 2000 Professional edition, and Dell Bios A23 according to the startup screen. This machine came installed with Win98, and it seems that someone installed 2000 pro over that (thankfully). But when rolling back the 10vâ€™s biosâ€¦ will booting from a disk made like this end up doing something weird?
Since many people have referenced making the boot disk with either XP or Win7, I wanted to see if I should just make this on a friendâ€™s computer, or if I can use this. As this is the first step in installing Snow leopard, Iâ€™d rather get it right rather than risk embarrassing brickage. Iâ€™m only installing SL, and donâ€™t really need to worry about any fancy dual-boot stuff.