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And I have yet to find the right kext that will allow audio to work and the resolution is limited also.
But other than that you'll have a fully functioning OSX virtualized! Under the first insert this: Graphics Mode 1280x1024x32or another compatible resolution.
Make sure you have your Mountain Lion ISO ready to go and proceed to the next step.
The next step involves actually installing OS X to your new virtual machine.
That’s totally lame, so we’re going to make it run at the same resolution as our monitor with a few tweaks.
Here’s what you need to do: Now, your machine is ready to boot for the first time.Update: I'd like to post some answers to the resolution and audio. Select "Save As" at the top and save it to the desktop, unchecking the check under Unicode and then save it as com.plist. If you want updates you'll have to install another iso distribution with the updates on it.I should have looked around before posting this but I just didn't have the time. After that drag and drop it into the extras folder and overwrite the original file, entering your password when prompted. If you install the updates directly from apple it messes with the custom kexts and chameleon. And for those of you getting boot issues try choosing a different version of Chameleon or a different kernel. And If your getting one of the USB errors then try disabling USB in the Virtual Box settings and see if that helps.Apart from Virtual Box, you'll also need an OSX86 ISO.The group Hazard has put out a good patched Snow Leopard installer that should do fine (just search for it on Google).When you’re ready, start up Virtual Box and follow these instructions: The rest of the installation should be pretty self-explanatory, and should go off without a hitch. When it finishes, it’ll take you to a black screen with white text.At this point, you can click the “X” in the upper-right corner of the window to power off the virtual machine. You’ve installed OS X, but you’ll still need to tweak a few things to get audio and graphics working properly. Click continue and finish the Multibeast installation. Your audio won’t work just yet, but we have a few other things we need to do before we restart.Dynamic will expand on use and Static will be a fixed 20GB no matter how much data is actually in it. At this window click on System in the left pane and uncheck Enable EFI. From there click on Empty under the OSX.vdi, then click the folder with the green arrow on the right (next to "CD/DVD Device"). Then find and add the OSX86 ISO you downloaded earlier. Then click OK, and hit the Start button on the left side of the main Virtual Box window. Drop down bootloaders and check the newest Chameleon. As soon as it says "installation finished" and starts counting down to restart, press the right Ctrl key.Dynamic is better for not taking up your hard drive but static should give you better performance. Click next unless you want to change it from dynamic or if you want to increase the disk size or file location. As it starts up, click inside the window and hit F8. Click on Devices at the top of the Virtual Box window, hit CD/DVD Devices and click Unmount CD/DVD Device.Even if you’re a Windows fan, you’ve probably thought about trying OS X.Maybe you’d like to test drive OS X before switching to a Mac or , or maybe you just want to run on your Windows machine.