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  1. Udh4thunderbolt

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    Sep 25, 2012 #1
    Udh4thunderbolt

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    Hi my name is john ! I would like to know how to setup multibeast :?: I have install Iboot Legacy and snowleopard 10.6with the combo update10.6.6 (like cpukid says) and when I reboot there a blank page with apple logo but nothing run. I always have to reboot with legacy :banghead: If somebody could help me to setup my installation of my computer. Do I need bridgehelper ? I want to know what to chek in multibeast 3.1 ? Do I need an another combo update ? It's the first time that I build a hackintosh and I really need this computer cause I'm studying in Electronic music. Please helped me !!:crazy: Do I need lion or mountain lion ? i7 3770k, GA-Z77X-UP4TH motherboard, 16 ddr3 G.skill ripjaws memory gbxl 4x4, Sandisk extreme 120gb, Corsair 650 watts powersupply. thanks evcerybody :cool:
     
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    Moved to the correct forum section. tonymacx86 forum index


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  3. totenkopf4

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    I think the first thing you need to figure out is what is the software you are running and what version of the Apple OSX software is needed to run the Electonic Music Software - once you tell us that we can come to some idea as to how to help.

    But we also have alot of information that you can use = please see these links and see if you can understand what you are about to do. This process will require you to have some general Knowledge on Building a Computer. And you should have some experience w them as the saying goes your going to get you hands dirty.

    Which ever osx Version you are planning to use we will need to have some Apple software to build the OS from such as a retail copy of OSX 10.6 or the LION or ML install file from the Apple store - you may have these available from your school. Check w them - if you are going to use LION or ML then you will need a Mac or Hack to build the UNIBEAST USB - see the site www.unibeast.com for instructions,

    A note of Importance - you listed a IVY Bridge CPU - these work best w LION and ML. ( Mountain Lion) not w SL.
    Below are some links that were important to me during my build:

    You Tube Videos on Multibeast & iBoot & Best Practice. These are great and give you a good understanding suggest you view these after you read all of the other link,
    His vid on Best Practice - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZl1Gv3J7bg
    His vid on Basic Overview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SIOJB3EVHaw
    His vid on Bootloader flags http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDw3RhLWAjE

    TonyMacx86 links for OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard.
    iBoot and Multibeast - TonyMacx86 guide
    http://tonymacx86.blogspot.com/2010/04/iboot-multibeast-install-mac-os-x-on.html

    Simplest Mac OS X Installation Guide - for 10.6.x
    http://www.tonymacx86.com/43-simplest-mac-os-x-installation-guide.html
    or
    http://www.tonymacx86.com/section/3-guides.html

    Mac OSC 10.6.8 update - and Update Helper for 155 Sandy Bridge
    http://tonymacx86.blogspot.com/2011/06/mac-os-x-1068-update.html
    http://tonymacx86.blogspot.com/2011/07/get-ready-for-os-x-lion-update-to-1068.html

    TonyMac listing of alternative sources for information you may find usefull
    http://legacy.tonymacx86.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=2130

    TonyMac listing of supported video cards that you may find usefull
    http://legacy.tonymacx86.com/wiki/index.php?title=Graphics_Card_Database

    Installation Troubleshooting Tips & General Recommendations
    http://legacy.tonymacx86.com/viewto...-x-1068-supplemental-update/ic.php?f=3&t=9541
    http://legacy.tonymacx86.com/wiki/index.php/Troubleshooting/

    This is from 2008 some of these have changed but it still a good read,
    http://news.metaparadigma.de/osx86-flags-and-parameters-for-darwin-bootloader-104/

    This is a link on install - discuss options and how to do it. a VERY GOOD READ
    http://nofilmschool.com/build-a-hackintosh/

    UniBeast: Install OS X Mountain Lion on Any Supported Intel-based PC
    http://www.tonymacx86.com/61-unibeast-install-os-x-mountain-lion-any-supported-intel-based-pc.html

    ==================================================================
    For Noobs
    http://www.howtogeek.com/72417/the-how-to-geek-guide-to-hackintoshing-part-1-the-basics/
    http://www.howtogeek.com/72821/the-how-to-geek-guide-to-hackintoshing-part-2-the-installation/
    http://www.howtogeek.com/73113/the-...ng-part-3-upgrading-to-lion-and-dual-booting/

    Ok so this is your homework - but when you know what the OS version is that your software needs for school make sure you post to one of the thee Desktop Sections as you not in the Desktop Support for Snow Leopard.

    Enjoy
     
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    UDh4thunderbolt

    UPDATE

    News Flash....


    We have a new iBoot cd for Ivy Bridge that supports the Ivy Bridge line of CPU's and this should allow you to get you to install SL and then allow You to get to the APP store and purchase - download - make - and install a UniBeast flash Drive. :clap:

    http://www.tonymacx86.com/snow-leop...x-10-6-snow-leopard-ivy-bridge-based-pcs.html
     
  5. sergiulli

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    hi
    I usually got this screen at the first start up
    How may I solve the issue ??????
    My flash is F10beta
    Thank you
    MOBO: GA-Z77-UP4TH i7 3770s 16gb ram ATI HD6850 3 HDD with OSXML win8 win7
    OH OH ....wrong forum I mean Mountain lion forum
     

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    There are know problems when attempting to install with a 68xx series AMD gfx card. Try installing with the HD4000 CPU gfx and adding the AMD card after you have everything running right.

    Also, the Beta BIOS versions are not always stable and should not be used if that is what you mean by "My flash is F10beta". Revert to F9 if you can.
     
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    sergiulli

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    GA-Z77x-UP4TH 10.8.2

    Hi Going Bald
    Thanks for reply
    May be I was not clear ,the computer is working good ,but sometime (first start up in the morning,Usually) I got KP
    After two or three restart everything is going well
    I think ACPI family is the problem ,Could you confirm?
    About BIOS beta I will try to go back ,will see
    Thanks again and sorry for bad English
     

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