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LuXs

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  1. I just went into settings --> Display --> and turned off "Display Scaling" and that worked also without having to use any commands.
  2. No you can't do that in vmware (workstation) nobody have figured out how to do that. you can make a hackintosh and maybe get that to work if you have the correct parts in your machine but i know this isn't what you are asking about im just letting you now about that solution.
  3. What are you having problems with? what software. you only have 128mb of virtual graphics memory so there is one problem except for that you shouldnt get any "normal" lag problems with the windows but if you try to run anything 3D intensive of course that wont work at all really.
  4. If you build a hackintosh that supports the GPU you are using yes that will most likely be a lot better then a VMware VM. Nobody have yet seem how to get GPU passtrough correct with VMware workstation at least as i understand and read around.
  5. like a VM or hackinthosh becuase those 2 are very different 2GB of ram and running a VM isn't a lot of ram
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    Installing Sierra in VMWare Workstation 10

    If you create the virtual machine using version 11 or later hardware, the default for Workstation 11, the virtual machine will not start and either hang or create a CPU core dump error message. Donk has confirmed two options to work around the issue: 1. Change the virtual machine to version 10 hardware. 2. Edit the configuration file (.vmx) and add the following line: smc.version = "0" you need darwin tools installed becuase it adds drivers and more support and probably fix your problem
  7. or just boot either from usb or a bootable vmware os x dmg/iso file into recovery mode if you still have the files laying around.
  8. just download the latest version of darwin tools from the website below and get this file: com.vmware.fusion.tools.darwin.zip.tar install it on the mac https://softwareupdate.vmware.com/cds/vmw-desktop/fusion/
  9. http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/303311-workstation-1112-player-712-fusion-78-and-esxi-6-mac-os-x-unlocker-2/http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/303311-workstation-1112-player-712-fusion-78-and-esxi-6-mac-os-x-unlocker-2/ http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/290949-how-to-install-os-x-10x-snow-leopard-to-el-capitan-in-vmware-workstation-1011-workstation-proplayer-12-player-67-esxi-56/
  10. Made a bootable usb to get a fresh install of 10.12 macOS but it got stuck at 38 seconds left for a long long time and i didnt care to wait so i stopped and going to re-try later this week. Update: Just re-did it and instead of choosing encrypted when i formated the VM drive i picked the standard journaled and it worked perfect
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    Sierra MBR Patch

    do you have the untouched dmg and can you upload the md5 for the untouched dmg?
  12. nope my windows are moving super fast like it should be. Is it lagging or dragging behind when you move it compared to when you use windows? you do have the proper drivers on windows (latest) and installed vmware tools on the mac? How much ram did you give the VM and how many cpu's? I give it 4gb of ram and 1 cpu with 2 cores.
  13. Graphics on os x vmware workstation will be bad since there is no proper graphic card driver it uses ram and not the gpu so anything that demands 3D or anything like this will be be slow and bad. except for the slow graphics it should work nice. And no there is no way yet to get your graphic card into the vm with wmvare workstation
  14. yes but not for OS X VM only the OS that are supported out of the box like Microsoft Windows operating system not sure about linux havent tried to shrink a linux OS with the built in function.
  15. No not yet sadly enough i have a 4gb ram graphic card and would be so sweet to be able to use it nobody has found a way to modify the graphical above 128 MB yet either.
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