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    Question Dual boot a Dell Mini 10v with OS X and Windows 7 - Easy! Right?!

    Hi All

    I'm going through a fair amount of self-loathing writing this, because I do my best not to be a n00b. On this occasion, I fail.

    I've just got a Dell Mini 10v. Aside from the crappy trackpad, I love it. I have the 160gb HDD version with Unbuntu installed. I want to clean it of Linux and dual boot with Mac OS X Leopard and Windows 7. All I have at my disposal are USB sticks, an XP desktop and the Dell itself - no Mac, no external drive.

    Is there an easy guide I can use to do this? I'm overwhelmed, and I'm not technically illiterate but this has me stumped. There are anguish's video guides but these are lengthy and don't tell me what I need to have in advance. Without knowing, it only gets more confusing.

    If I have to follow more than one guide to do this then I really don't mind (nice of me, huh?) but at this point I feel like I'm trying to do too many things at once with nothing easy to follow.

    Do I install Windows 7 first? Mac OS X? What's the best way to partition it? Do I do that first? I really do need a guide from scratch, and like I say, I'm ashamed to ask but hope you can help.

    Can you help? I thank you in advance for your reply.

    schnide
    Last edited by schnide; 09-02-2009 at 02:41 PM.



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    Go with Windows 7 1st then OSX, follow the guide for this
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    Quote Originally Posted by thornandthistle View Post
    This is better. 63oh.com
    Alright, I may be a serious n00b, but WHERE DID THIS SITE 63OH.com GO? I cannot seem to find anything about it anywhere. Is my ISP blocking it or something?

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    Can't I just use Boot Camp to get my Windows (7 or whatever) on the netbook?? I just bought a Dell Mini 10v and I want to dual boot OSX and Windows XP or 7.


 

 

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