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    Default Install Snow Leo on a new Macbook Air the hackintosh way?

    I am looking into buying a new macbook air, but the only thing holding me back is Lion. I can't use lion because there are so many issues with the applications that I am using and roestta is now gone. Anyone have any idea or thoughts on installing Snow Leopard on the new Air the hackintosh way? Apparently people that have tried to downgrade the to snow leo are having issues because of lack of native driver support, but i was wondering if anything resides within the community. Any thoughts, comments, or help would be greatly appreciated.



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    Do the install of Snow Leopard. Then install Multibeast with selected drivers. Then when it's asks to restart download and install the latest combo update for Snow Leopard. When the combo updater asks you to restart, press restart on Multibeast.
    Thats how hackintoshers install drivers for homemade computers but it should work fine.
    Hope it works.

    DO AT YOUR OWN RISK. NOT MY FAULT IF IT DOES NOT WORK!

 

 

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