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Erik Rosales

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Hi everyone, when I finish installing Mavericks and setting it up I try to set up Multibeast. When, I finish choosing all of the possible kexts for my computer and restart it, it always ends up corrupting or bricking my hackintosh. I am not really sure what to do as it is my first time doing this. My computer specs are: motherboard: GA-970A-DS3, Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 7700, Processor: AMD FX-6300, it also has a UEFI interface if you need to know.

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Which kext's did you select?

I selected DSDT free, for quick start

Realtek ALC 887/888b Current v100302, Audio drivers

3rd party SATA is automatically selected, disk

USB 3.0- Universal, I am not really sure which one were automatically selected for that one, Misc

System: I am not really sure which one were automatically selected for that one

bootloaders: chimera automatically selected

customize:I am not really sure which one were automatically selected for that one

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multibeast doesnt support amd keenel, you have to install one manually

After installing the AMD kernel, do I still use multibeast?  If so, which kernels do I install?  If not, how do I install the rest of the necessary kernels?

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You could use Multibeast, but it won't let you install kernels, at Tonymacx86 don't support AMD. It would be better if you used macposion/slytherin. Made by Niresh, so it will definitely work. Macpoison/slytherin is a kind of Multibeast only then better and made by Niresh/Deepak

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