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The next step involves actually installing OS X to your new virtual machine.When you’re ready, start up Virtual Box and follow these instructions: The rest of the installation should be pretty self-explanatory, and should go off without a hitch. When it finishes, it’ll take you to a black screen with white text.At this point, you can click the “X” in the upper-right corner of the window to power off the virtual machine. You’ve installed OS X, but you’ll still need to tweak a few things to get audio and graphics working properly. Click continue and finish the Multibeast installation. Your audio won’t work just yet, but we have a few other things we need to do before we restart.In order to boot OS X without the Hack Boot CD, we’ll need to delete a problematic kext.
You can do this through the following steps: Lastly, you’ve probably noticed your VM is running at a pretty low resolution.
That’s totally lame, so we’re going to make it run at the same resolution as our monitor with a few tweaks.
Osx86 updating 10 4 1 to 10 4 9 comments