I can confirm ASUS USB-N10 NANO USB wireless adapter work on all OS X versions from 10.6.8 till 10.12.3 on Hackintosh computers. No bugs detected for now, using it mostly on latest version of OS X Sierra (10.12.3).
This little USB Wireless adapter uses Realtek RTL 8188/8192 chipset, the driver, or kext if u wish, is available at official ASUS website here -> ASUS USB-N10 NANO Drivers. Probably driver can be found at Realtek site for RTL 8188/8192 chipsets as well, but since everything works with default ASUS drivers I didn’t search for it.
MyHack is quite popular hackintosh installation tool, functionality is more less the same as tonymacx86’s Unibeast + Multibeast installation method. This method is fairly simple and straightforward, no terminal or coding required, just use this simple tool graphical interface to create your own bootable USB installer. Continue reading How to create bootable Mountain Lion 10.8.2 USB installer using myHack
GA Z77-DS3H is quite good and not so expensive mainboard for Hackintosh systems running Os X 10.7 or later. It’s not OOB since you will need to add and remove some kexts to make it fully functional + set up your bios. This new generation of motherboard uses UEFI Bios so DSDT.aml in not needed anymore. All you will need is a few extra kexts for your Network, Audio and Serial-ATA interface… Also this tutorial includes setup for Nvidia GTX 650 graphics card, which is used instead of default CPU’s Intel HD 2500 graphics.
Continue reading How to Install Retail Mac Os X 10.8.2 Mountain Lion on Gigabyte GA Z77-DS3H + update to 10.8.3
What is Hackintosh?
Hackintosh is ordinary PC based computer running Mac OS X operating system. This become possible after Apple switch from Motorola CPU’s to Intel CPU’s.
Hardware choices are quite restricted … Now your options are vast and the installation process is fairly simple.
Continue reading Hackintosh F.A.Q.
There are numerous ways to create bootable USB installer for hackintosh, most of them are Chameleon based and Unibeast is just one of them. The installation process is quite simple if you bought your copy from App store. Download Unibeast and just follow tonymacx86 instructions and you are good to go. But you should consider that tonymacx86 is not an open source and therefore is not in OSx86 spirit. Also apparently he stole the code from qoopz , nawcom , AnV and few others that made the legacy kernel. Here is one great explanation why you should not use tonymacx86, and here is another.
But there is another way to install it and even more, it supports raw installESD.dmg instalation, it’s called myHack, it’s Chameleon based USB Instaler + after install utility. MyHack functionality is more less the same as Unibeast + Multibeast, just simplier and better…
Continue reading How to create bootable Mountain Lion 10.8.2 USB installer
Updated to Mountain Lion 10.8.3 without any significant problems. Check bottom of the post for detailed info!
Gigabyte GA P41T-D3P is very cheap motherboard and it’s perfect solution if you wanna use your older socket 775 CPU with a newer DDR3 memory to build a low budget hackintosh. Actually its cheaper to buy new motherboard + 2x4GB DDR3 memory modules than just 2x4GB DDR2 memory modules which are very expensive this days. This tutorial will show you how to setup your BIOS, and install OS X 10.8.2 Mountain Lion on this specific motherboard, but it should work for most intel based Gigabyte main boards and core2duo or later processors. You just need to find exact hardware you use, and than select specific drivers and (if u use) DSDT.aml for your main board.
Continue reading Installation of Retail OS X 10.8.2 Mountain Lion on Gigabyte GA P41T-D3P + update to 10.8.3