In my example, I am running El Capitan, so that is what I will download. Click the Download button and the install app will be downloaded to your Applications folder in OS X.
The download will be several GBs in size, so it could take a while for the download to complete. You can always check the Compatibility Guide to see which operating systems are supported by different versions of VMware software. A window will pop up where you can either install from a disc or image or you can choose from a couple of other options.
Mac OS is a computer operating system developed by Apple. This is a operating system with beautiful interface, however, to own a the computer of Apple with. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install macOS in a virtual machine, making a virtual Hackintosh. “Hackintosh” is the name of any.
Here is where we can go either of two ways. Select this option and then click Continue.
Go ahead and click on the Use another disc or disc image button at the bottom of the screen and browse to the location of the OS X install app, which should be located under the Applications folder. Click Open and it should now show up in the list. You can now select it and click Continue to start the installation.
If everything looks good, go ahead and click Finish to start the virtual machine. Click Save and the virtual machine should start up after a few minutes.
Click Continue to start the installation. Agree to the license agreement and then choose the hard drive you want to install OS X to. It should say Macintosh HD and be the size you setup for the virtual machine.
Click Install and OS X will now be installed. Once the installation is complete, OS X should load up and you should be able to log into the desktop.
Kind of a long process, but pretty straight-forward. If you choose the Install from recovery partition option, the procedure is pretty much the same. First, it will load a screen where it will look for the recovery partition and if it finds it, it will bring up a dialog to save your virtual machine.
Disabled my McAfee virus checker. I had the same problem , Dave may also have to execute the DOS commands while VirtualBox is closed, that worked for me. Not able to Defragment because not enough space. On the pop-up window, we choose a name for the virtual machine. We save the changes with OK and close VirtualBox completely. All steps described above went through without any errors.
The Virtual Machine Library window appears. It displays any Mac, Windows, or Linux virtual machines you already have installed.
The Installation Media window appears. Give your virtual machine a name in the new dialog that appears and then click the Save button.
The name should be descriptive, such as Lion Mail Server Test. The virtual machine starts up, and the Lion installer launches, landing you at the Welcome screen. You can now proceed with the Lion installation. Check out the brand new podcast series that makes learning easy with host Eric Martsolf.