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OS X 10.8x IntelBootCD-clover.iso 1.0


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HI Hackintosh Community !

I am verry proud today to present my BootCD ;)

I've created A BootCD with the bootloader Clover v2 rL1050 ;its very useful and Powerfull ! :encouragement:

the name is OS X 10.8x IntelBootCD-clover.iso 

Now with this BootCD , instalation of Mountain Lion is like a charm !

this boot cd boots all versions of mountain lion and and it is also a rescue cd

You need :

the blank cd and 8 gig usb drive + the Installesd.dmg 10.8

Windows:

Windows users can restore Mac OS X Installesd.dmg image file to a USB Flash Memory/HDD using Transmac (v10.2 and higher) or Virtual Machine (Free VirtualBox) and boot with the BootCD and install OS X to their computers.

follow my -2- video on how to use .

VIDEO PART -1-

VIDEO PART -2- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0vjpyVwqdI

ENJOY YOUR HACKINTOSH!! :eagerness::encouragement:

BIG THANKS to Slice for Clover EFI v2 rL1050

THANKS TEAM DEVELOPEUR!

Slice, with help of Blackosx, dmazar, jadran, Kabyl, STLVNUB, usr-sse2, pcj, pene, FrodoKenny, skoczy, apianti, ycr.ru.

Code Source,

Cr�dit :

Intel, Apple, Oracle, Chameleon team, rEFIt and Xom.

Support HFS+, Fat32, GPT EFI !.

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Doesn't work for me, got a lot of beeps instead ;) Guessing it's a X64, (the IA32 version works for me)

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On my Dell E6430, when booting from this bootcd, cdboot starts then quickly says "BIOS error at" (it doesn't finish saying where). I've tried RAID mode and AHCI mode. Neither works. Any suggestions on what else to check?

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Ktbos do you talk about bios read error

if is that, try to unplug all ext HDD drive or desable the card reader if is possible

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I don't think that's the same error. I have now made sure that the card reader and eSATA are disabled in the BIOS. But the result hasn't changed. I still get:

cdboot: init

cdboot: file size:

cdboot: reading sectors:

cdboot: loading..............................................

cdboot: BIOS error at:

cdboot: error

Switching BIOS SATA operation to ATA only (which excludes AHCI or RAID) got past that point, then I get a black screen with a single dash in the upper left corner, then the BIOS boot manager comes up as though whatever was starting on the black screen with the dash had crashed.

Oh well, doesn't look like this will work with my hardware. Thanks anyway.

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Hi i want to install the hackintosh in VirtualBox (Host System Intel Atom). If i boot the CD i see this:

cdboot: init

cdboot: file size:

cdboot: reading sectors:

cdboot: loading ................................

cdboot: done7_

this is it. What is the Problem here?

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Brilliant it works!!

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I was having real trouble with a ga-z77p d3 board not booting from usb.

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Still not through though, now having trouble installing a bootloader

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hi !

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Very very useful !

Could you please make the same for mavericks ?

Great thanks in advance !

Loyd

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Hi guys,


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I've ?tried everything I could remember so far but I can't boot from the dvd drive.?


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Motherboard was updated to the latest UEFI version and setup for hackintosh.?


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I'm using?IntelBootCD-Clover.iso 1.0?plus a bootable USB with Mountain Lion (plugged to usb2.0)


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It doesn't matter which drive do I choose to boot from on my BIOS, it simple doesn't boot from it. Goes straight to windows?sad.png


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Any clue?


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I have a laptop toshiba satellite m100-164 ... can i install os x ????

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Would this work on a Samsung NC10?

can anyone give step by step guide - without too much jargon.

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Many thanks

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I have a question I hope it's not a stupid one as I've looked for an answer and found nothing that I understood LOL... Anyways can I use these same distro's to install on actual apple laptops or desktops?

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