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Windows 7: Hackintosh problems with vmware but working on Virtual box ?

15 Nov 2013   #1

Windows 8 Pro Media Centre Edition 64Bit, Windows 8 Home Premium 64bit
Hackintosh problems with vmware but working on Virtual box ?

So i had teething troubles with my laptop as i wanted to make a hackbook pro ,lol i turned on the support for visualization in the bios settings etc

i can get virtual box to install and run mac a bit slow though

the reason i wanted to get it working on vmware is because i could have more driver support and one thing that bugger me is i couldnt sort my resolutions out on virtual box and im limiter to 800x600 or 1024x800 or whatever it is

so is there some sort of patch i can do with virtual box that i already havnt tried or can some one show me how to do it in vmware ?

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15 Nov 2013   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit

Be aware that installing Mac OSX on non-Apple hardware is a violation of Apples EULA. It is permissible to install the OS on a virtual machine only if the host is a Mac. Helping you with this would likely be in violation of forum rules.
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