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ckirkp79

Member Since 02 Jul 2011
Offline Last Active May 13 2014 12:47 AM
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In Topic: Workstation 8/9/10, Player 4/5/6 and Fusion 4/5/6 Mac OS X Unlocker

21 September 2011 - 11:41 PM

Thanks for the reply. I did indeed open cmd prompt as administrator and dragged the exe to the cmd prompt and pressed enter and then dragged the install.cmd to the cmd prompt and it runs giving the error that bspatch.exe is not a recognised as an internal or external command.

I'm on Win7 HP 64bit.

Edit: I've fixed it. Stopped being lazy by dragging the files to cmd prompt and navigated to the folder and typed in the commands and now it's worked. Why that makes a difference I have no idea as it shouldn't do but it did!


Yeah I was only able to drag the destination folder address to command prompt but had to manually type in the patch to get it to work. Glad it worked for you...

In Topic: Workstation 8/9/10, Player 4/5/6 and Fusion 4/5/6 Mac OS X Unlocker

20 September 2011 - 11:06 PM

I get the same...


I had the same issue, did you open up command prompt as administrator? That was my whole problem, once I opened up command prompt as Admin, and pointed it to the patch it installed successfully...I had the patch saved to my download folder and then copied the address over to the prompt, then typed in install.cmd and boom success.

In Topic: Workstation 8/9/10, Player 4/5/6 and Fusion 4/5/6 Mac OS X Unlocker

20 September 2011 - 03:14 PM

It would help me to see the output from the command. Can you open a command prompt as Administrator and run the command? Then copy and paste onto text file and attach as file to a post here.


Ok, my bad...I got it working now. But just wanted to let people know I had to open the command prompt up as administrator and then direct it to the patch. Right clicking Install.cmd and running as administrator doesn't work...weird because on your workstation 7 patch i right clicked the install.cmd. But thanks for your help, excited to get this Lion working:)

In Topic: Workstation 8/9/10, Player 4/5/6 and Fusion 4/5/6 Mac OS X Unlocker

20 September 2011 - 02:37 PM

It would help me to see the output from the command. Can you open a command prompt as Administrator and run the command? Then copy and paste onto text file and attach as file to a post here.


working on getting you a screen shot...having issues, but I'll get the pics up shortly

In Topic: Workstation 8/9/10, Player 4/5/6 and Fusion 4/5/6 Mac OS X Unlocker

20 September 2011 - 02:18 PM

don't know what I am doing wrong, but patch is not working for me...got a fresh copy of workstation 8 installed with the build prevalent to this patch. I right clicked install.cmd and ran as administrator and couldn't really see what all it was saying but when I opened workstation 8 after restarting..OS X doesn't show up as guest:( I uninstalled it as well and made sure none of workstation's process were running.

I'm on Windows 7 64bit Home Premium if that helps out. Am I missing something? Otherwise excited to try to get Lion running virtually. The patch for Workstation 7 worked excellent on my laptop btw.
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