Universal OSx86 Installer

Universal OSx86 Installer
Universal OSx86 Installer

Universal OSx86 Installer

Universal OSx86 Installer is a post installation tool for Mac OSx86 to finish up all your post installation procedures to get your system working perfectly and reliably. Main features:

  • Easy installation of BOOT 132 Extensions.mkext, kexts, kernel, and DSDT patch
  • Automatic Updater system
  • Automatically set Boot Timeout and Native Boot Resolution
  • One click installation of netkas’s PC_EFI v9 bootloader
  • Automatic installation of Ethernet and Video EFI strings
  • Over 55 video cards supported right out of the box
  • Supports user generated plugins from built in plugin generator
  • Built in free plugin download repository to download a plugin for your motherboard

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  1. Matt Says:

    Thanks for putting up this site guys. Please forgive the noob question, but do you install Chameleon first and then use the Universal OSx86 Installer?

  2. James Says:

    Use Chameleon first and then install this app when you’ve got your OS up and running. It’s great for adding the extra kexts and efi strings you’ll need to get things up and running.

  3. John Says:


    Don’t know how to contact you but I am getting ready to BUILD my Hacintosh and here are the basics I want to use.

    Gigabyte GA-EX58-U5D motherboard, Intel i7 920 Quad Core 2 CPU, EVGA GeForce 9800GTX+ video card.

    IS DDR3 -1333 RAM the best for overclocking this to maybe 3.2 GHz or better?

    Will this combo fly?


  4. James Says:

    Hello John,
    Sorry it’s taken us awhile to respond to your post! We are working hard at putting together some great new builds (including a core i7 system) to help out others who want to make sure everything is compatible and working.

    The Gigabyte GA-EX58-U5D board you’re looking at should be great, the 920 is a fantastic chip as well.

    You’ll most likely need to include the correct efi string with the “device-properties” key for your video card in the com.apple.Boot.plist file. We’ll get an article up soon about how to use the above program to do this.

    Finally, the RAM you mentioned in your post is also recommended and you can definitely over-clock this sytem, but there have been quite a few with some cooling issues. I highly suggest you purchase a better cpu cooler than the standard before attempting this, and check out this link for more help:

    Again, thanks for your questions, and please write me back at this address if you need anything further! Good luck!

    -get hackintoshed team

  5. John Says:


    My components are shipping from Newegg.com and I found the Corsair Hydro H50 in stock at NCIXUS.com.

    I should be able to easily overclock this 2.66 i7 CPU to 3.2 Ghz or maybe more? I should have all the parts by Friday!

    I will keep you up on my progress. This CoolerMaster Cosmos 1000 is the cleanest computer case I have seen to date. It’s almost a slick as an Apple computer cabinet.

  6. James Says:

    That CoolmerMaster Case is indeed a thing of beauty! Can’t wait to see what it all looks like when you’ve got it together… Come on Friday! 😉

  7. John Says:


    Another question. Does the Retail Leopard DVD have to have 10.5.7 on it because mine is only 10.5.3?

  8. denis Says:

    i had to reinstall leopard 10.5.6 now the system is not working, can anyone help ?

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