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    The following guide is a complete walkthrough to installing or updating to the latest version of OS X. It requires no experience and all of the necessary installation and post-installation tools are available on tonymacx86.com. ...
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    07-22-2012 09:46 PM
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    The Issue:
    Upon successful installation, boot from hard drive results in this:

    Loading Operating System

    boot0: GPT
    boot0: test
    boot0: test
    boot0: GPT
    boot0: test
    boot0: test
    boot0: error
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    Here, in the simplest of terms, is the method for retail Mac OS X installation using iBoot, UniBeast, and MultiBeast without access to a Mac. If you have access to a Mac, use the default UniBeast guide on it's own.
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    You may or may not be aware of it, but there is a 200 megabyte partition on the root of your drive. It's the OS X EFI partition, part of OS X's default GUID partition method, which normally holds information specific to Apple hardware. For Hackintosh users, however, it has no use whatsoever. It can therefore be re-purposed to hold the bootloader, and any extra files such as DSDT, /Extra folder, org.chameleon.boot.plist, and smbios.plist.
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    More and more people are now building systems without a discrete graphics card or mixing on-board and discrete. With version 2.2 of Chimera, I added a few new boot keys in order to accommodate these alternate graphics device configurations and port layouts.
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    The latest MultiBeast now includes the FakeSMC branch from kozlek with a new set of plugins and a new version of HWMonitor.app. This branch is fully compatible with Mountain Lion and adds significant new features such as access to more sensors and a customizable Menubar monitor.
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    The latest MultiBeast has brought many changes and improvements. One of these is the inclusion of toleda's patched AppleHDA audio drivers made specifically for motherboards featuring the Realtek ALC888, ALC887/888b, ALC889, ALC885/889a, ALC892 or ALC898 codecs. These codecs have been in every single CustoMac we've ever recommended. To find out which audio codec is on your board, visit the manufacturer's website.
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