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<p>New guide with 10.8.4 OS X and Clover 19421. Download cloverUSB here:click here</p> <p>- Extract and coping "EFI", "App", "extraKexts", and "boot" into cloverUSB flash drive copying USB3 kext and Elan touch kexts (links bottom) to /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.8/</p> <p>You should have:- AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement.kext for CPU- ApplePS2Controller.kext and ApplePS2ElanTouchpad.kext for Elan touch V4- FakeSMC.kext- GenericUSBXHCI.kext- HWInfo.kext</p> <p> copying VoodooHDA.kext (link above) stuff to /extraKextsYou should also have:- AirPortAtheros40.kext - for Wifi- ALXEthernet.kext - for ethernet- AppleACPIPlatform.kext and AppleSmartBatteryManager.kext - for battery- IOath3kfrmwr.kext and IOBluetoothFamily.kext - for bluetooth- AppleHDADisabler.kext - for disabling apple HDA</p> <p> copying VoodooHDA.prefPane and to /App</p> <p>UniBeast guide:Check it here-Thanks TonyMacx86Clover guide:Check it here-Thanks Clover team.VoodooHDA 2.8.4:Check it here-Thanks Autumnrain and Slice2009Elan Touchpad for V4 - Version 2.8:Check it here-Thanks EMlyDinEsHUSB3 kext - 0701:Check it here-Thanks RehabMan</p> <p>2. Reset BIOS to default settings.</p> <p> Go to Graphic setting in BIOS and change it to 64MB. This will allow the HD4000 to work under OS X with the string in config.plist</p> <p>3. Skip to step 5 if you don't replace the hard drive</p> <p> Replace the hard drive Turn off security boot in BIOS in order to boot from new hard drive</p> <p>4. Skip to step 5 if you don't need to install Windows 8</p> <p> Use Windows 8 DVD to install Windows 8. During installation - create two partitions using the Windows 8 default disk utility. one for Windows 8 and one for OS X</p> <p>Note: If you formatted the disk using other disk utility: Ubuntu disk utility, OS X disk utility before hand.... the disk will not be in the right format if you use Windows 8 disk utility to create new partitions in this step.</p> <p>How to fix this:+ Use the Windows 8 disk utility during installation to delete all partitions.+ Reboot the laptop and boot back into Windows 8 installer+ Now create partitions and install Windows 8 to the first partition</p> <p>Note: If you want to triple boot Ubuntu, OS X, and Windows 8, read post #46 and #47 in this thread.</p> <p>5. Plug in cloverUSB and UniBeast Boot into BIOS (F2) Change first boot to cloverUSB Boot with cloverUSB and choose OS X icon to boot into OS X installation.</p> <p>6. Skip this if you don't need dual boot with Windows 8 Don't install anything Open Terminal app from Utilities Type diskutil list and hit enter Scroll up and look for Microsoft EFI partition - in my case it's under disk 0 partition 2 -&gt; disk0s2 type mkdir /Volumes/EFI and hit enter type mount_msdos /dev/disk0s2 /Volumes/EFI and hit enter (change "disk0s2" if it's different on your case) type cd /Volumes/EFI and hit enter mkdir /Volumes/cloverUSB/EFI/Microsoft (cd /Volumes and type ls to list all volumes if you need to look for cloverUSB name) type cp -rf /Volumes/EFI/EFI/Microsoft /Volumes/cloverUSB/EFI/Microsoft This will copy Microsoft EFI boot to cloverUSB. You should have "Boot" in /Volumes/cloverUSB/EFI/Microsoft type umount -f /Volumes/EFI and hit enter (remember it's "umount" not "unmount") type rm -rf /Volumes/EFI and hit enter Backup this Microsoft folder somewhere safe and don't lose it. Now reboot the laptop and see if you can boot into Windows 8 from cloverUSB boot using Clover USB Choose Windows icon It should say "Boot Microsoft EFI boot menu from cloverUSB"- In Windows 8, make a new folder "EFI" under C:\ and copy Microsoft folder from cloverUSB into C:\EFI\ If you can't access cloverUSB in Windows 8, just eject it and plug in back in (or copy it from your backup) Also, let name C partition as "Win8" or something. You can set default boot option to "Win8" in config.plist too of you want. Now delete Microsoft folder from CloverUSB/EFI/, then check to see if you can boot into Win8 from Clover boot screen It should say "Boot Microsoft EFI boot menu from Win8" for Windows icon Now boot back to OS X installation screen remember to shutdown Windows 8 first</p> <p>7. Installing OS X Use Disk Utility under Utilities to format the partition that you want to install OS X on as "Mac OS Extended (journaled)"</p> <p>Note: a few people have problem formatting the partition for OS X. I am not really sure why yet.</p> <p> cnc137 posted a work around here:[Guide] Mountain Lion Installation for Asus Vivobook S200, X202, S400...</p> <p> Manic Harmon1c also posted another work around here:[Guide] Mountain Lion Installation for Asus Vivobook S200, X202, S400...</p> <p> BTW, I named my OS X partition as "Macintosh" Now start installing OS X - screen might go off during the installation - so stay with it and press a button or something to wake it up. When it's done reboot Unplug Unibeast Reboot into OS X using the Lion icon on clover boot screen. It should say "Boot Mac OS X from Macintosh" or something like that.</p> <p>8. Now copy all kexts to OS X desktop except "IOath3kfrmwr.kext" (we need to inject this during boot otherwise bluetooth doesn't work well) Copy KextBeast,, EFI Tools Clover, and Kext Utility to desktop run KextBeast to install all kexts on desktop run Kext Utility to repair kexts permissions Open OS X System info and look for USB devices - Find productID and vendorID for bluetooth under USB host controller Use this to convert ID from hex to decimal: 0x0930 -&gt; 2352 0x0215 -&gt; 533 Open /IOath3kfrmwr.kext/Contents/Info.plist and change the ID decimal number for idproduct and idvendor with your. Now move IOath3kfrmwr.kext to /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/10.8 and delete all other kexts in cloverUSB.</p> <p>9. To prevent checking for OS X update, you can disable under System Preferences -&gt; Software update10. Now reboot OS X to test to see if it can boot in.</p> <p>11. Create clover boot using Mac EFI partition Open EFI Tools Clover from desktop Type g to mount EFI partition as FAT and hit enter Follow the instruction to mount EFI partition The Mac EFI partition should be under Win8 partition but before Macintosh. It's not the old Microsoft EFI. If you still see Microsoft EFI and don't see "EFI" something is wrong. To display EFI and other partition on Desktop:Click Finder-&gt; Preferences -&gt; Check "Hard disks" Open EFI partition from Desktop Open from desktop and show hidden files just in case Copy "EFI" folder, and "boot" from cloverUSB to root of EFI partition Go back to EFI Tools Clover EN app type x to umount EFI partition. Eject cloverUSB and reboot to BIOS</p> <p>12. Go to BIOS and add EFI boot entry Name it anything you want. I named it "Clover" Choose Boot partition should be the EFI partition number you choose in step 11. Next, enter the boot path, it should be: \EFI\BOOT\BOOTX64.EFI Then add the boot entry Choose "Clover" as the first boot. I named it as "Clover" above.</p> <p>13. Now restart and boot into OS X from Clover see if it works</p> <p>14. Copy VoodooHDA.prefPane to /System/Library/PreferencePaneCopy to /ApplicationsOpen Users &amp; Groups under System PreferencesClick Login Items - Add there - this is used to save audio settings.</p> <p>15. Open System Preferences -&gt; VoodooHDA at the bottom (Under Other)Adjust Volumes for speakers and microphone there. Play something to test.</p> <p>16. Optional - You can also delete unused graphic kexts in /System/Library/Extensions to prevent kernel panic:</p> <p> AMDRadeonAccelerator.kext AMDRadeonVADriver.bundle AMDRadeonX3000GLDriver.bundle AppleIntelHD3000Graphics.kext AppleIntelHD3000GraphicsGA.plugin AppleIntelHD3000GraphicsGLDriver.bundle AppleIntelHD3000GraphicsVADriver.bundle ATI2400Controller.kext ATI2600Controller.kext ATI3800Controller.kext ATI4600Controller.kext ATI4800Controller.kext ATI5000Controller.kext ATI6000Controller.kext ATIFramebuffer.kext ATIRadeonX2000.kext ATIRadeonX2000GA.plugin ATIRadeonX2000GLDriver.bundle ATIRadeonX2000VADriver.bundle ATISupport.kext GeForce.kext GeForceGA.plugin GeForceGLDriver.bundle GeForceVADriver.bundle NVDAGF100Hal.kext NVDAGK100Hal.kext NVDANV50Hal.kext NVDAResman.kext NVSMU.kext****Run Kext Utility just in case.****17. How to prevent the time to be reset by itself: Set the time in BIOS to UTC time zone Set OS X and Windows 8 to your local time Add this to Windows 8 registry:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Ti meZoneInformation.Add "TimeZoneKeyName" ad DWORD 32bit and set to 1 in hexadecimal</p>


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