Multibeast High Sierra


Easy to use utility for creating a bootable USB drive that can also act as a recovery disk with the help of a copy of macOS downloaded the Mac App Store

  • Ethernet not working. I already tried the Multibeast High Seirra version but still got no luck. I have a Realtek LAN Adopter, also it will unexpectedly shutted down. MB: A350M PRO-VD/S (MS-7A36) CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G with Radeon Vega Graphics.
  • Create Bootable USB Installer for macOS High Sierra via UniBeast. Download the latest version of macOS High Sierra from App Store on your Macintosh. Download Unibeast from Tonymacx86, you need to create an account in order to download it.

What's new in UniBeast 10.3.0:

MacOS High Sierra Installation on PC using Unibeast, multibeast and Clover Configurator. MacOS High Sierra installation was simple on this newly assembled computer. I’ve added complete macOS High Sierra Hackintosh system specification below. All you have to do is to follow the steps and you can create a Hackintosh without any hassle.

Multibeast High Sierra

  • UniBeast has been updated to version 10.3.0 for macOS Catalina. This tool creates a bootable USB drive from your Mac App Store purchased copy of macOS. The resulting USB drive allows for a clean install, upgrade or use as a rescue boot drive.
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Creating a bootable USB disk with a copy of macOS can come in very handy if you need to clean install the operating system on your Mac, if you want to upgrade it easier or if you require a rescue disk for getting back your data from a crashed hard drive.

Even though you can do this with the tools built-in within macOS, by combining the power of Apple’s Disk Utility and the Terminal, the process may be too complicated for some newer macOS users or just plain difficult if you’ve never used the Terminal before.

Create bootable USB drives from any macOS installer downloaded from the Mac App Store

This is where UniBeast comes in, as a very simple to use tool for rapidly and quickly creating a bootable USB drive using the macOS copy you bought from the Mac App Store or downloaded for free if your Mac is running Mavericks or Yosemite.

There’s only one requirement before beginning the process of transforming your USB disk into a bootable macOS installation drive: you will first have to format it as a Mac OS Extended (Journaled) disk with 1 partition, as explained on the developer’s website.

Straightforward selection process for the macOS version and destination volume

The next thing is to launch the UniBeast.app, choose the destination USB disk and the macOS version to use for creating your bootable USB drive.

After going through all the screens of the UniBeast installer you only have to click the Install button, enter your password and wait for the drive to be created.

Quick and efficient way of making your own macOS recovery and installation drive

After the process has completed, you can use the bootable USB macOS drive you’ve created to perform a clean installation of macOS on your Mac or use it as an upgrade disk for any Mac that run a lower version of macOS.

All things considered, UniBeast provides you with a streamlined way of creating bootable USB disk out of the macOS installer you’ve downloaded from the Mac App Store, without the need of using the Terminal app.

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UniBeast 10.3.0

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Free and streamlined utility designed from the ground up to make it as easy to choose the boot device on a hackintosh and install audio, graphics and network kernel extensions

What's new in MultiBeast 12.3.0:

  • Internal Changes:
  • Updated Clover to Clover 5.0 r5119​
  • Updated Drivers -> Audio -> AppleALC to Lilu v1.4.5 and AppleALC v1.5.0​
  • Updated Drivers -> Misc -> VirtualSMC to Lilu v1.4.5 and VirtualSMC v1.1.4​
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Although Apple's macOS operating system has been designed to make it hard to use on other computers besides the ones sold by the Cupertino based company, there are tools that one can use to install macOS on computers with compatible hardware.

Allows you to rapidly install a bootloader for your hackintosh

One such tool is MultiBeast, a free and streamlined application that makes it both easy and fast to make sure that an macOS installation runs properly on a machine you built on your own, with the only condition that the hardware components match the ones Apple uses to build its Macs or can run using the drivers created by Apple for its own hardware platform.

The most important feature of Multibeast is the fact that it can make any hard drive bootable with the help of a custom built bootloader, a small program designed to allow the computer to load all other operating system programs stored on its storage devices.

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Install drivers for all hardware components with just a couple of mouse clicks

Multibeast can help you install the drivers needed by your computer to run macOS or the kernel extensions as they are called on the macOS platform.

Particularly, you can install the drivers for your audio, graphics, network, or storage one by one, choosing the ones compatible with your hardware configuration for each category of devices, via the left side panel, on the Drivers tab.

Furthermore, with the help of the Bootloaders tab, one can choose the bootloader to install on the macOS installation hard drive in order to make it bootable.

Customize your hackintosh’s Mac model and boot options

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The next step towards a working hackintosh machine is the Customize tab, where you can tweak the boot options and choose a theme to go with the bootloader you've picked during the previous step. Moreover, this tab will also enable you to select the Mac model you want for your computer.

Taking all said in consideration, if you want a streamlined tool for getting your newly built hackintosh up and running, MultiBeast should be at the top of your list.

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