Discuss Boot Issues at the Installation - Hackint0sh.org; Hi Everyone,
I'm new to this forum so if I've missed something, please point me ...
I'm new to this forum so if I've missed something, please point me in the right direction.
I've downloaded the iBoot, and i have the SL osx Disc. When I insert the install disc, after the iBoot setup, I am greeted by the grey Apple logo splash screen, there is no loading wheel, and it sits there and does nothing. Can somebody please help me?
Intel D915GAG Motherboard
Intel Pentium 4
Thanks a lot
Hey im new at this too, still trying to install hackintosh succesfully. I have been able to get a successful install, but doesnt boot. But what i would try, is just skip the iBoot. i never used it and was fine. Just when computer is still starting up, and the BIOS screen comes up, enter boot options by pressing certain key on keyboard. Mine is "Esc" but its different depending on motherboard. Hope this works
You need to use iBoot PLUS Multibeast!!! This is very important.
Originally Posted by Hackintoshhobby
Once you've booted using iBoot,
 remove the iBoot disk,
 insert the Mac installation disk in same drive,
 press F5,
 wait for the drive selection screen to come up,
 select the Mac installer drive using cursor keys,
 and [VERY IMPORTANT !!!] BEFORE hitting Enter, at the device selection screen, with the Mac OSX installer drive selected, type "PCIRootUID=1" [without quotes], then hit "Enter".
That should fix it. Once you have the OS installed and updated, use Multibeast to add this. FOLLOW the directions for Multibeast CAREFULLY, friend. Be patient. The installer can take a few minutes to load.
Last edited by OldCelticHippy; 01-10-2012 at 09:58 AM.
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