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  1. Hey There fellow Hackintoshers! I have a Dell Latitude e6410 with 8GB RAM, i7 M620, and an NVIDIA NVS 3100M. I want to install macOS which is higher than Sierra(High Sierra)(dumb joke I know). I know it's possible, but just need a working guide. Everything I've been finding has broken links, virus filled downloads, or non supported WiFi cards. If someone could write a PERFECTLY working guide, I would really appreciate it! Here are my specs: i7 M620 NVIDIA NVS 3100M 8 GB RAM Original WiFi card. I need WiFi, keyboard, trackpad, audio and the GPU to work. Thanks! I just need macOS to run. Yosemite, Sierra, or High Sierra, is fine for me. Thanks, Lucas
  2. dragasoni


    I have an older Dell E6410 with an i7 and 4GB of RAM. Is it possible, or even worth it, to load OSX on to it? If needed, I can provide all the hardware details of the laptop when I get home later this evening. My biggest issue is that I don't have a MAC to download OSX and setup a USB drive with...could I do that in VM Ware or Virtualbox, perhaps? I'm pretty familiar with Windows and Linux, but am a total n00b regarding hackintoshing, so please forgive me if I'm asking ridiculous questions. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated, thank you!
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