Question - Can I use Unibeast to install Mavericks on a real mac?

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  1. simbioide

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    Nov 7, 2013 #1
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    Hi! I've installed Mavericks successfully on my hackintosh using unibeast.

    But I also have a macbook 13 mid 2010 that have mavericks over mountain lion over snow leopard, and I really like to do a fresh installation of Mavericks on it (Its a little laggy right now).

    I tried the unibeast drive on the macbook and it boots. But I'm not sure to continue with the installation. Would I have any problems doing this? Of course I will no intent to run multibeast on it, but my doubt is is about Unibeast for installing.

    Thanks

    PD: If my post it out of place, I apologise. I know that this is a hackintosh forum
     
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    Yes, you can use the installer. I did it with my friends as well as my MBP and had no issues. All the appropriate files are there for the installation for any supported Mac hardware.
     
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    Great! I'll do it then

    Thank you!
     
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    IM jst starting to use it for my MBP 8.3. Will let you know how does that go. :)
     
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    Feb 19, 2014 #5
    simbioide

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    I did it in November. The installation went with no issues.

    My macbook works like a charm now.

    So do it without fear
     

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