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    gsull got a reaction from anibius in Unlocker   
    Great software, thank you very much. I purchased Snow Leopard 10.6.3 and used it with Windows 7 Pro SP1, VMWare Workstation 11.1.2 and Unlocker 2.0.6. I followed the included instructions and had the following problems.
     
    When I first created the VM the OS install was failing at the start with "Not a server" or similar message from OS X. I added both efi64.filename = "efi64-srvr.rom" and  smc.version = "0" to the .vmx file. After that I progressed to the error "A virtual CPU has entered the shutdown state".
     
    OS X 10.6 wasn't available as an option while creating the VM so I had selected 10.7 as the closest. This left me with an entry in the .vmx file of guestOS = "darwin11-64". By changing that to guestOS = "darwin10-64" I got past that error. 
     
    After that I kept using the Apple Software Update check until I got to OS X 10.6.8 and no more updates were available. At that stage I installed OS X 10.10.4 from the App store. That worked fine so I installed VMWare tools.
     
    Hopefully these additional steps will help someone.
     
    Lovely job, thanks again.
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    gsull got a reaction from anibius in Unlocker   
    Great software, thank you very much. I purchased Snow Leopard 10.6.3 and used it with Windows 7 Pro SP1, VMWare Workstation 11.1.2 and Unlocker 2.0.6. I followed the included instructions and had the following problems.
     
    When I first created the VM the OS install was failing at the start with "Not a server" or similar message from OS X. I added both efi64.filename = "efi64-srvr.rom" and  smc.version = "0" to the .vmx file. After that I progressed to the error "A virtual CPU has entered the shutdown state".
     
    OS X 10.6 wasn't available as an option while creating the VM so I had selected 10.7 as the closest. This left me with an entry in the .vmx file of guestOS = "darwin11-64". By changing that to guestOS = "darwin10-64" I got past that error. 
     
    After that I kept using the Apple Software Update check until I got to OS X 10.6.8 and no more updates were available. At that stage I installed OS X 10.10.4 from the App store. That worked fine so I installed VMWare tools.
     
    Hopefully these additional steps will help someone.
     
    Lovely job, thanks again.
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    gsull got a reaction from anibius in Unlocker   
    Great software, thank you very much. I purchased Snow Leopard 10.6.3 and used it with Windows 7 Pro SP1, VMWare Workstation 11.1.2 and Unlocker 2.0.6. I followed the included instructions and had the following problems.
     
    When I first created the VM the OS install was failing at the start with "Not a server" or similar message from OS X. I added both efi64.filename = "efi64-srvr.rom" and  smc.version = "0" to the .vmx file. After that I progressed to the error "A virtual CPU has entered the shutdown state".
     
    OS X 10.6 wasn't available as an option while creating the VM so I had selected 10.7 as the closest. This left me with an entry in the .vmx file of guestOS = "darwin11-64". By changing that to guestOS = "darwin10-64" I got past that error. 
     
    After that I kept using the Apple Software Update check until I got to OS X 10.6.8 and no more updates were available. At that stage I installed OS X 10.10.4 from the App store. That worked fine so I installed VMWare tools.
     
    Hopefully these additional steps will help someone.
     
    Lovely job, thanks again.
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    gsull got a reaction from anibius in Unlocker   
    Great software, thank you very much. I purchased Snow Leopard 10.6.3 and used it with Windows 7 Pro SP1, VMWare Workstation 11.1.2 and Unlocker 2.0.6. I followed the included instructions and had the following problems.
     
    When I first created the VM the OS install was failing at the start with "Not a server" or similar message from OS X. I added both efi64.filename = "efi64-srvr.rom" and  smc.version = "0" to the .vmx file. After that I progressed to the error "A virtual CPU has entered the shutdown state".
     
    OS X 10.6 wasn't available as an option while creating the VM so I had selected 10.7 as the closest. This left me with an entry in the .vmx file of guestOS = "darwin11-64". By changing that to guestOS = "darwin10-64" I got past that error. 
     
    After that I kept using the Apple Software Update check until I got to OS X 10.6.8 and no more updates were available. At that stage I installed OS X 10.10.4 from the App store. That worked fine so I installed VMWare tools.
     
    Hopefully these additional steps will help someone.
     
    Lovely job, thanks again.
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    gsull reacted to isadhfoiasihg4ytr4y3b in Unlocker   
    I very much appreciate the hard work that goes into the unlocker files. It is certainly not something I could do myself. With that being said can you please make the file available for download without registration? It's kind of pointless that I - and I guess many others - have to create bogus accounts with one time emails just to download it.
     
    Again - I'm very thankful for your work. Would just be nice not having to register every time there's an update.
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