Here our guide to reinstall the System Software on the Dell Latitude E6410 with the including specs.
Before You Begin
1 x Dell Latitude E6410
1 x Dell 60W W1193 Battery
1 x Dell 90W/130W AC Adapter with 6-foot cord
1 x 16GB USB Flash Drive (Microsoft Windows)
1 x 16GB USB Flash Drive (Apple macOS)
1 x 16GB USB Flash Drive (Canonical Ubuntu)
1 x 8GB USB Flash Drive (Bootloader and Post Installation)
1 x DVD disc (Canonical Ubuntu Live CD Installer)
1 x USB WiFi Adapter
1 x Bluetooth Adapter
1 x Bluetooth or Wired Keyboard
1 x Bluetooth or Wired Mouse
1 x Smartphone or Tablet with Internet
1 x HDD/SDD or Second PC with Internet
1 x SATA to USB Enclosure
I have access to an iMac/MacBook
(a) Place your HDD/SSD drive into a SATA to USB Enclosure.
(b) Connect to an iMac/MacBook and fully install a macOS version that both devices can support.
(c) Restart to the internal drive of the iMac/MacBook.
(d) Download the Bootloader and place in the (ESP) EFI System Partition.
(e) Format the 1 x 8GB USB stick and copy the Bootloader to the ESP.
(f) Download any Utility Software needed for post installation to the 1 x 8GB USB stick.
(g) Eject the HDD/SSD drive and add it to the Dell Latitude E5440 after it is configured.
(h) Keep the 1 x 8GB USB stick for emergencies to boot the system.
I have access to a PC/Laptop
(a) Buy an old working iMac
(b) Follow the “I have access to an iMac/MacBook” list.
(c) Save the iMac for iMessage and enjoy your HackBook Pro.
(a) Use Ubuntu CD to create the partitions for macOS and Windows
(b) Install Windows 10.
(c) Borrow a Mac and get the admin password.
(d) Create your USB Installer
(e) Create and enjoy your HackBook Pro.
(a) Find a Mac without a firmware password and hack the admin account.
(b) Continue with the “I have access to an iMac/MacBook” list.
(c) Remove evidence of your hacking and enjoy your HackBook Pro.