Updating os x 10 4
NOTE: If you already have Windows installed on another internal hard drive in your computer, you may have to enable AHCI for Windows before installing Mac OS X. Also, after installing Mac OS X, you should also sync your clock on Windows with Mac OS X.The BIOS is basically a settings page for your motherboard.Tonymacx86's i Boot Multibeast install guide is a good start, but it's very basic.
For example, if your computer has a GA-P67A-D3-B3 motherboard like mine, Google "GA-P67A-D3-B3 hackintosh".Then press "F5" to refresh the i Boot menu, so that it can detect the new installation disk.Once i Boot detects the disk, press the enter/return key on your keyboard to start up the OS X installation.On my Gigabyte motherboard, I have to press F10 to save my changes. On Windows 7 and Mac OS X, burning capabilities are built-in to the operating system-- just insert an empty CD into your DVD/Bluray drive, right-click on the i Boot file, and burn it. Insert i Boot into the DVD/Bluray drive, and boot the computer.If you're using Windows XP or Vista, you will need to use a program such as Img Burn. You should come up to a screen with the tonymacx86 apple on top. Take out the i Boot CD from your DVD/Bluray drive (the i Boot menu will remain on the screen), and put in your OS X installation disk.Check out this list of common boot flags for reference (PCIRoot UID=1 -v -x is one popular combination of boot flags).Normally, the installation screen will be loaded within a few minutes (5-10 minutes for me). To do this, start up Disk Utility (located under the Utilities menu in the top bar).On Gigabyte motherboards, you can reset your BIOS settings to their default by selecting "Load Optimized Defaults" on the main page of the BIOS.Once your BIOS is running on its defaults, you need to change these three settings: Boot Device - Change the boot device of your computer so that "CDROM" is first. After you finish installing Mac OS X, you should change this setting back to default, so that "Hard Disk" is the first boot device (this optional, but it will speed up your boot times).There are really only three things that you have to change in the BIOS.However, installing OSX is incredibly prone to error, so it's best just to reset all of your BIOS settings to their factory defaults before doing anything.