Once Carbon Copy Cloner is done, your USB drive will contain a fully-functional OS X Mountain Lion installer. To fix this, open Multibeast and select the USB drive as the installation location.Select Drivers & Bootloaders - NOTE: If you're installing Mac OS X on a computer that already has Windows installed, you may have to enable AHCI for Windows beforehand. Also, after installing Mac OS X, you should also sync your clock on Windows with Mac OS X.Follow this step if you're setting up i Atkos on a Mac or existing Hackintosh.
NOTE: If you have a newer Gigabyte motherboard that uses the UEFI interface instead of BIOS, check out our guide for setting up the UEFI instead.
This will write all of the contents of the i Atkos disk image onto your USB drive.
This will take 15 minutes to an hour, depending on the quality of your USB drive.
If you're using an i Atkos DVD, change "CDROM" to first. After you finish installing Mac OS X, you should change this setting back to default, so that "Hard Disk" is the first boot device (this optional, but it will speed up your boot times).
Keep in mind that the BIOS on most motherboards do not support using a mouse, so you'll probably have to navigate through the BIOS with the arrow keys on your keyboard.
If you get a kernel panic/loading error (or if the Mac OS X installer simply won't start within 10 minutes), you'll need to enter some boot flags.