Step 1: Creating a bootable USB stick
Create a USB installer using Unibeast, the tutorial at Tonymaxc86 should do the trick. Follow steps 1, 2 and 3.
Step 2: Modify the setup using Multibeast
Download Multibeast from Tonymacx86 and use the following config:
Note that you should install this on the USB stick, not your own mac/hackintosh.
Step 3: Installing OS X on your disk
Install using the USB boot disk with the boot flag:
-x nv_disable=1. Beyond that you can simply use step 4 of the tutorial at tonymacx86.
Step 4: Installing the NVIDIA web driver
Since we don’t have proper drivers yet, every boot of OS X up to this point has to be done using the
nv_disable=1 boot flag which gives you a 1-2 fps performance… not too ideal.
So we are going to install the NVIDIA web driver now (for the current version, google “nvidia os x
After installing this, don’t reboot yet!
Step 5: Finalizing the install. Multibeast again
Now it’s time to run Multibeast again, this is effectively the same as Step 2 of this tutorial. Only now it will be on the live version instead of the USB disk. After doing this most of your hardware should work without a problem.
To enable the NVIDIA driver and all of the new Multibeast kexts we need to modify the file
/Extra/org.chameleon.Boot.plist, here’s how my current one looks:
That’s it, now reboot and you should have a fully functioning system. I even have effortless multi-monitor (dual-monitor currently) support 🙂