Whether you're installing Mac OS X on your computer for the first time, or just updating your computer from an older version of OS X, you'll probably have to run Multibeast after the initial installation of Yosemite.Find out what Multibeast options you need to install.If all else fails, try using a different USB drive for Unibeast.At the Unibeast menu, select the name of your Unibeast USB drive, by using the left/right arrow keys on your keyboard, and then press the enter key (or return key) to start the OS X Yosemite installer.To run Multibeast in OS X Yosemite, you may have to go the "Security" section of System Preferences in Mac OS X, go to the "General" section, and check "Anywhere" in the "Allow applications" section.After running Multibeast, you'll also probably want to change your BIOS settings back to normal (from Step 4).Multibeast is a collection of kext files that you'll need to install for your Hackintoshes to have sound, internet, a high resolution screen, and more.Different Hackintosh builds require different Multibeast setups, though most setups are very similar.
Here's a quick guide to differentiating between the two: the interface of BIOS is usually monochrome and entirely text-based.
One of the most common questions Mac users ask is, “How do I reset my Mac’s password?
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If you're installing Yosemite on an empty hard drive, the hard drive selection box will be blank.
You'll have to erase that hard drive with Disk Utility first (check out Step 4 of our Snow Leopard installation guide for more details). Restart your computer, and keep the Unibeast USB drive plugged in.
If everything works properly, then Yosemite will boot. Once again, if you get a kernel panic/loading error when you try to boot your new Yosemite installation (or if the installation simply won't start within 10 minutes), you'll need to enter some boot flags.