Before getting started, be sure you have the following: A copy of Mac Oountain Lion from the Mac App Store or finale 2009 system requirements on a thumb drive.
(Note: You can generally discover the firmware version of your motherboard by looking at its bios boot image.) Once you have everything, you'll need to prepare your 8GB thumb drive to be bootable and capable of installing Mac Oountain Lion.
Step 1: Configure the bios When you turn your machine on, it should display its bios welcome screen.Using Disk Utility Youll find this utility in your Utilities folder (in /Applications/Utilities).You may have noticed that I didnt mention making a bootable install DVD.If you have a motherboard like this, you most likely need to install the relevant audio driver and nothing else.) Customization - If you're following our guide you're using a pre-edited/patched dsdt file, so the only thing you're going to want to do in this.(It's likely in the Advanced Features settings, but you may have to look around a bit.) If that doesn't solve your problem, try disabling Virtualization Technology as well.It should say 'Installed but that button is clickable.Congratulations on all your hard work.Updated 12:15 with new Disk Utility image.Read more, wait, wait!
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Obviously, then, you want to create your bootable install drive using the latest version of the Mountain Lion installer.
For Lion, I explained how to create a bootable install drive for newer Macs.How to Choose the Best Hardware for Your Needs.Get the latest version of the Mountain Lion installer.We'll be discussing the process of building a hackintosh on a broad level, as it applies to most hardware.Userdsdt Install (or No dsdt Install) - This is the option that applies your custom dsdt.Note that Carbon Copy Cloner requires that the installer be located in the Applications folder on your boot drive, which means that if you followed my advice to move the installer out of your Applications folder, youll have to move it back, at least temporarily.Click on your thumb drive in Disk Utility and then click the Partition tab.In the folder that appears, open Contents, then open Shared Support; youll see a disk image file called.