Yosemite Vanilla Installation Instruction with MacPwn
This article will show you how to install OS X Yosemite with the help of MacPwn a Free Download! This MacPwn guide may be used with any future Yosemite Versions without hassle. MacPwn is a Vanilla OS X Bootable Installation USB Maker tool for Hackintosh Computers, It also can be used with Macintosh computers
To begin Yosemite Vanilla Guide you need a USB with storage 8GB+ “OS X Yosemite Installer.app” from Mac Appstore Get MacPwn for Yosemite from Hackintosh Zone
Erase the USB as “Mac OS X Extended” and Install Yosemite to the USB Volume Please view the video guide
Setting up BIOS is very important to use hackintosh, without proper Bios settings your computer will not boot Mac OS X
Then reboot and boot using the USB Users may have to Turn off UEFI Boot in Bios in some cases If you’re stuck in a flashing cursor press key ‘6’ Select the USB Volume in the clover boot menu and press enter
if it stuck on apple logo try to boot with following boot-args
Once you’ve entered the OS X Yosemite installer, you will come up to a page that asks you for a “destination” for your Yosemite installation.
If you’re installing Yosemite on a computer that has never been turned into a Hackintosh before (i.e. doesn’t already have Snow Leopard, Lion, or Mountain Lion installed), the hard drive selection box will be blank. We’ll have to fix that. To do this, start up Disk Utility, which is located under the Utilities menu in the top bar. You need to use Disk Utility to erase a hard drive partition so that OS X Yosemite can install itself on it. In the sidebar of Disk Utility, choose the hard drive partition where you want Yosemite installed, and erase it by using the “Erase” tab. You can also just erase the entire hard drive (this is the preferred solution if you don’t plan to dual-boot Windows and Mac OS X from the same hard drive). In the screenshot below, my two hard drive partitions are called “Stuff” and “More Stuff”, while my entire hard drive is called “21.47 GB VMware Virtual”.
When erasing, the format should be set to “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)”. You can also partition the hard disk by using Disk Utility’s Partition tab.