Mountain Lion Hackintosh: Wie man Mac OS X 10.8 installiert

Giving away a copy of Mountain Lion! nntonymacx86 UniBeast and MultiBeast Downloads: Forum (great if you need help): Parts that are compatible with OS X: Lion Hackintosh: How to Install OS X 10.8 on a PC (2012)nnSanDisk Extreme 16GB USB 3.0 Drive: nnHere's a closer look at the build I used for the video. I really wouldn't recommend building this today as it's a bit outdated but it should give you a good idea of some compatible hardware.nnIntel Core i7-2600K CPU: Master Hyper 212+ CPU Cooler: GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 Motherboard: Radeon HD 6850 Graphics Card: Vengeance 16GB RAM: 830 Series 128GB SSD: Master HAF 912 Case: TX750 750W Power Supply: this video I give a tutorial on how to create a Mountain Lion Hackintosh on OS X 10.8 with UniBeast and MultiBeast. You'll need a computer running OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or higher with the Mac App Store installed, a 8GB or larger USB drive and a computer that is compatible with OS X. The best way to find out is to check tonymacx86 as well as Googling. I give a demo of preparing the UniBeast USB drive, preparing the BIOS of your Hackintosh, installing OS X Mountain Lion and installing drivers with MultiBeast.nnVideo Gear:nNikon D3200 Camera: 50mm 1.8G Lens: 40mm 2.8G Micro Lens: Air 11" 2012: Yeti Microphone: H1 Microphone: Watt Softboxes: 701HDV Fluid Video Head: AX620B100 Tripod: ATH-M50 Headphones: VideoStudio Pro X5: step is to grab your Mac and download Mountain Lion from the App Store. If you've already bought it you can navigate to the Purchased tab and grab it from here. Once it's downloaded the Installer will pop up but instead of running it just close it. Now open Disk Utility and plug your USB drive in. Select it and then hit the Partition tab. Select 1 partition, click Options and choose Master Boot Record, name it USB and finally under format choose Mac OS Extended Journaled. Then click Apply.nnNow you need to download UniBeast for Mountain Lion. Once you've done that open UniBeast and click through the installer. Time to move over to your soon-to-be Hackintosh. At this point you'll need to plug the USB drive into your computer and enter the BIOS. This step is going to be different depending on what motherboard you have but it's fairly straightforward. First find boot options and select USB hard drive as your first boot device. Then double check that your motherboard is set to AHCI mode. Save the changes and it should boot from your UniBeast drive. Select USB and try to boot. If you have issues like I did try again but this time type GraphicsEnabler=No in the prompt. If you're still having problems try booting with the -v flag and noting what error you get.nnOnce it boots you should see the OS X installer. We're most of the way there however there's one more thing to do before installing. Come up to the top menu and select Disk Utility. Here you should see all hard drives connecting to your computer. Pick the one you want to install Mountain Lion on and select the Partition tab. In options select GUID Partition Table then choose Mac OS Extended Journaled as the format and name it Mountain Lion. Then click Apply.nnClose Disk Utility and go through the installer like normal. When it comes to the install screen just pick the Mountain Lion disk and then click install. This will take quite a while so be patient and let it do its thing.nnOnce it's done you should reboot back into the UniBeast drive. This time select Mountain Lion and then complete the installation. Nicely done, you now have OS X installed on your new Hackintosh!nnHead over to the downloads section on and download MultiBeast for Mountain Lion. Again go through the installer until you reach the options. Here you need to choose EasyBeast or UserDSDT. For me I can use UserDSDT by itself but depending on your build you may need to use EasyBeast or UserDSDT with a prebuilt DSDT file. Beyond that just select the drivers that you need for whatever isn't working on your computer and you're good to go!nnSynchronübersetzung von: Bernd Korznnpowered by

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