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Hackintosh for 4K Video Editing (on a Budget) Part 4 - Installing drivers

This is our new custom build PC with dual boot of Windows 10 and MacOS High Sierra. Watch the full guide for a successful and fully working Hackintosh. This guide provides for an easy and stress-free installation without problems.

This is Part 4 for installing the drivers of your build with Multibeast.


  1. From your bootable USB thumb drive of High Sierra, open Multibeast.
  2. Click the Quick Start tab, and select UEFI Boot Mode.
  3. Click the Drivers tab.
  4. Click the Audio from the left side, and expand Universal. Select VoodooHDA v.2 9.0d10.
  5. Don't select anything from the Disk section.
  6. Click the Misc from the left side, and select FakeSMC Plugins, FakeSMC HWMonitor Application, NullCPUPowerManagement, and Core Graphics Fixup AKA WhateverGreen.
  7. Click the Network from the left side, expand Atheros, and select AtherosE2200Ethernet v.2.2.2.
  8. Click the USB from the left side, and select 3rd party USB 3.0, Remove XHCI USB Port Limit, and USBInjectAll.
  9. Click the Bootloaders tab.
  10. Select Clover UEFI Boot mode + Emulated NVRAM.
  11. Click the Customize tab.
  12. On the Graphics Configuration section, select NVIDIA Web Drivers Boot Flag.
  13. Don't select anything from the SSDT Options section.
  14. Click the System Definitions section from the left.
  15. Expand Mac Pro and select Mac Pro 6,1.
  16. Click the Build tab and click the Install button. This might take a couple of minutes. Until then you can install the NVIDIA Web Drivers, also located in your bootable USB thumb drive, as per part 2.
  17. Open the NVIDIA Web Drivers Installer. Click Continue twice.
  18. Click Agree, and then Install. After both NVIDIA and Multibeast are done, you can restart your computer (this time without going into Clover Options for USB Ownership and Injection).
  19. If you don't see a transparent Dock (a sign that NVIDIA is selected), on the right side of the top menu bar, you will see the NVIDIA icon / logo. Click on that and select NVIDIA Web Driver. Restart your computer.
And that's it! Your Hackintosh is ready! Check part 5 for important notes.

Credits go to for providing their Unibeast and Multibeast software and related drivers and tools.

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