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OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion bootable DVD


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**The image is not a Distro, is a clean image without any mod with Clover bootloader, essentials kexts and patches, all inside Clover folder**

 

--Download

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--Unzip and Burn

 

-Windows

 

https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/

 

-OS X

 

diskutil list

diskutil unmountDisk /dev/diskX

sudo dd if=[arraste a imagem para o terminal] of=/dev/rdiskX bs=1m

 

--Install Problems?

 

You can press O or BarSpace key in Clover boot screen and change some configs for your hardware.

 

-Credits and thanks to the old and new people in the community who developed patches, kexts and bootloaders!

 

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Hello and thanks for the work you have done. I'm new to the whole Hackintosh community, so I would really appreciate help if anyone has time.


I burned the ISO image to a dual layer dvd, and it was recognized upon boot. It even started loading. However, after a while it said

 

"BootCacheControl: Unable to open /Var/db/BootCache.playlist:2 No such file or directory"

 

My computer is a HP ProBook 4530s (with Inter i3 Sandy Bridge integrated GMA3000 graphics with 6GB DDR3 memory). Apparentely it's compatible with OS X Lion, so I assumed it would be with Mountain Lion too.


I appreciate every reply.

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Ok, need to hunt down one of those then. Good to have the iPad for this thing since it's my only laptop :P

By the way, does the hdd need to be formatted into a specific file system or will Mountain Lion take care of it during installation?

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See "how to use" on first post

You need at least one free partition, use Disk Utility (in the Utilities menu) to erase it as Mac Os Extended (Journaled).

If you will erase all the HD, you can partition it from the installer.

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Ok, OSX is installed now, and i'm at step 2 (booted from hdd through dvd)


However, it seems to freeze at this point

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Also tried to boot from hdd using the HackBoot cd, with no luck.


Or does this go away after some time?

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Tried again the same thing, now they say that the AppleIntelHD file/ directory doesn't exist. Maybe they are different in Mountain Lion ( that guide appears to be for Lion) ?



Problems appear to start on this command


mv /System/Library/Extensions/AppleIntelHD* /intelhd_backup



Tried it several times just in case I typed something wrong

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You have to type commands exactly as they are on the topic, check spaces.


I can't read the entire messages in the picture.


Please don't write a lot of posts in a row, if you want to add information and your post is the last in the topic, use the edit button.


Edit: run fsck -fy before mount -uw /

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Okay. I downloaded the torrent. Inserted disk and it loaded to where the image is. But every time the stuff stops at where the image is.

 

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Any ideas how I can fix it?


NOTE: Gets stuck at same place even when using HackBoot


EDIT 2: FIXED, I was using the wrong HackBoot, thanks! (but you should really make the forum page with the download in English)...

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