Downloaded 10.8.3 from app store and have tried to remake flash drive with Unibeast twice (re-formatted correctly each time), but both times the result is a very small 21.7MB Installer app. Curiously, the USB drive with nothing else on it shows 5.12GB used. The installer app downloaded from the app store in my applications folder is 4.46GB.
Is it possible that unibeast worked correctly but for some reason is only showing up as 21.7MB on the formatted USB flash drive? Something is taking up 5GB . . .
(I'm trying to upload a couple screen shots but it seems that now you can only insert images from URL, is this true?)
(EDIT - I don't know why I couldn't add the images before, but I seem to be able to now)
Thanks. Good Advice. FYI for anyone out there, I was running 10.8.1 and the app store wanted to update me to 10.8.3. Instead of going through app store I downloaded the combo update. Doing this allowed me to install the update and then run Multibeast 5.2.1 with the same settings for 10.8.1, then run Chimera 2.0.1 before reboot. I am now writing from 10.8.3 with iMessage working. The app store still listed an update necessary but when i clicked on apple symbol in top left>software update... it refreshed and says everything up to date.
Now I will have a crack at getting Sapphire HD6950 working!
I need help from anyone who can. I'm doing a new install. I had a friend with a mac set up the unibeast usb drive for me and everything went well. I'm running into the boot0 problem and no sound. I can get back in using the usb drive but it still thinks my hard drive is external. Is there a link that I haven't seen to fix this. I'm running an old gigabyte P67A-UD3-b3 F5, i7 2600k, nvidia 650 ti.
Thanks, I got my sound to work. I tried that thread. I keep getting a error saying that that command is bad. I have my HD plugged into the Sata 2 port because my 0 and 1 are the sata 6 slots. I'm having trouble putting in the right code. I tried both disk0s2 and disk2s2. Any suggestions?