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EskeUr

OSX on VMWare and Ahtlon xp 2400+

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Hello Forum,

 

I am try in to get OSX running in VMware . I got it to start up but it just stayes in the apple screen starting up for ever.

 

I have deleted the AppleTPMACPI.kext file from Shell, and i have disblaed floppy and Serial ports.

 

But neither helped me.

 

Is this because my cpu does not support "sse2". I dont know what is SSE but i downloaded a tool telling me that my cpu is "AMD Athlon 2400+" and instruction are "MMX(+), 3Dnow! (+), SSE"

 

Does i need a machine with a newer cpu to run OSX in VMWARE.

 

Can my problem be something else ?

 

Thx if someone can help.

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No SSE2= no OSX86 in VMware. You need a newer CPU with min SSE2 or better SSE3

 

Thanks, i will buy a new one, or use my sisters computer :blink: .

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