For long we have used the windows….and many of the windows users face the same issues
- Extremely slow
- Extremely slow
- Extremely slow
Therefore there is a need to convert to another (read better) OS . However most users restrain from changing to a new OS alltogether … instead they want to integrate one OS into the windows OS
In this guide i will tell you how to integrate Mac os x (the most popular OS alternative to windows right now )
Step One: Install and Set Up VirtualBox
Before you install OS X, you’ll need to set up VirtualBox.This is what you need to do:
- Start up VirtualBox and click the New button. Give your new virtual machine a name and set the operating system to “Mac OS X Server (64-bit)”.
- Click Next and choose how much RAM to give your virtual machine.
- Click Next again, and choose “Create New Disk”. Create your new disk in VDI format and with dynamically allocated storage.
- Now, right-click on your OS X machine in the left sidebar and click Settings. Go to the “System” section and uncheck “Enable EFI”.
- Click on the Storage section of the settings and click on the CD icon that says “Empty” under Storage Type. Then, click the CD icon next to the “CD/DVD Drive” dropdown, and select “Choose a Virtual CD/DVD Disk File”. Choose the HackBoot 1 ISO and click OK.
Step Two: Install OS X in VirtualBox
- Select your OS X machine in VirtualBox’s left sidebar and click the Start button in the toolbar.
- Click on the CD icon at the bottom of the VirtualBox window and select “Choose a Virtual CD/DVD Disk File”.
- Go back to the HackBoot boot screen and press F5. It will reload the boot menu, Select this option and press Enter. After a moment, it’ll take you to the OS X Installation screen.
- After you choose your language and agree to the terms and conditions, you’ll see that OS X doesn’t detect any valid hard drives. To fix this problem, head up to the menu bar and go to Utilities > Disk Utility.
- Click on your VirtualBox hard drive in the left sidebar, then click the Erase tab in Disk Utility’s main pane. Give your drive a name (like “Macintosh HD”) and click “Erase”.
- Once Disk Utility has finished formatting your drive, you should see it show up in the left sidebar. Then exit Disk Utility and continue with the OS X installation as normal.
Step Three: Smooth Out the Rough Edges
Fix Audio with MultiBeast
- Open up VirtualBox and right-click on your OS X virtual machine in the left sidebar. Head back to its Settings and go to the Storage section. Once again, click on the disc icon on the right side of the window, this time choosing the HackBoot 2 ISO.
- Click the Start button to reboot your virtual machine. You should see the HackBoot menu again, this time with an option to boot into your new virtual machine. Select that option and press Enter.
- Now, you should see the Mountain Lion desktop with the familiar galaxy wallpaper. Open up Safari, head to Tonymacx86.com, and download MultiBeast as described in the “What You’ll Need” section.
- Open up System Preferences > Security. Click the lock in the bottom left-hand corner, enter your password, and set the “Allow Applications” preference to “Anywhere”. This will let you run apps from untrusted developers, which includes Multibeast.
- Launch Multibeast. When you get to the Installation Type section, Choose the options pictured below:
Boot OS X Without HackBoot
In order to boot OS X without the HackBoot CD, you’ll need to delete the problem kext. You can do this through the following steps:
- Open up the Finder and select Go > Go to Folder from the menu bar. Type in
/System/Library/Extensionsand press Enter.
- In this folder, find the
AppleGraphicsControl.kextfile and delete it. This will allow your virtual machine to boot up without the HackBoot ISO.
- Click on the disc icon at the bottom of VirtualBox’s window and uncheck the HackBoot 2 ISO, since you won’t need it anymore.
After this, restart your OS X virtual machine and You’ve got a fully working virtual Mac on your Windows!
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