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I have been fiddling around with trying to get Mac OS X installed in a Virtual Machine (VMWare and Virtualbox), with the base system being an AMD machine. I was told to come here. So.. that is what I did. <img src="style_emoticons/default/smile.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":rolleyes:" border="0" alt="smile.gif" /><br /><br />Hope to find out some information.

 

Originally I was following this guide for the VMWare installation, however, after no such luck and only getting errors in VMWare... I decided to use VirtualBox. I got farther in VirtualBox, to the point that I could install, and after it rebooted, it went into a Kernel Panic.

 

VMWare Guide:

VirtualBox Guide:

 

Kernel Panic:

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So, now I am at a loss.

 

System info:

OS Name: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard

OS Version: 6.1.7600 N/A Build 7600

OS Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation

OS Configuration: Standalone Server

OS Build Type: Multiprocessor Free

Registered Owner: Windows User

Original Install Date: 11/19/2010, 5:21:40 PM

System Boot Time: 12/17/2010, 11:51:32 AM

System Manufacturer: System manufacturer

System Model: System Product Name

System Type: x64-based PC

Processor(s): 1 Processor(s) Installed.

[01]: AMD64 Family 15 Model 107 Stepping 2 AuthenticA

MD ~2611 Mhz

BIOS Version: Phoenix Technologies, LTD ASUS CROSSHAIR II FORMULA A

CPI BIOS Revision 2402, 12/4/2009

Windows Directory: C:\Windows

System Directory: C:\Windows\system32

Boot Device: \Device\HarddiskVolume3

System Locale: en-us;English (United States)

Input Locale: N/A

Time Zone: (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Total Physical Memory: 7,934 MB

Available Physical Memory: 6,908 MB

Virtual Memory: Max Size: 15,867 MB

Virtual Memory: Available: 14,868 MB

Virtual Memory: In Use: 999 MB

Page File Location(s): C:\pagefile.sys

Domain: WORKGROUP

Logon Server: \\SERVER

Hotfix(s): 65 Hotfix(s) Installed.

 

Network Card(s): 6 NIC(s) Installed.

[01]: Intel® PRO/1000 PT Desktop Adapter

Connection Name: Local Area Connection

DHCP Enabled: Yes

DHCP Server: N/A

IP address(es)

[02]: Intel® PRO/1000 PT Desktop Adapter

Connection Name: Local Area Connection 2

DHCP Enabled: No

IP address(es)

[03]: MAC Bridge Miniport

Connection Name: Network Bridge

DHCP Enabled: No

IP address(es)

[01]: 10.10.10.254

[02]: fe80::3469:fc6d:800b:b4a0

[04]: VMware Virtual Ethernet Adapter for VMnet1

Connection Name: VMware Network Adapter VMnet1

DHCP Enabled: No

IP address(es)

[01]: 192.168.132.1

[02]: fe80::dce9:1a4a:eeed:fb2f

[05]: VMware Virtual Ethernet Adapter for VMnet8

Connection Name: VMware Network Adapter VMnet8

DHCP Enabled: No

IP address(es)

[01]: 192.168.1.1

[02]: fe80::dcb8:75c4:6153:2ae

[06]: VirtualBox Host-Only Ethernet Adapter

Connection Name: VirtualBox Host-Only Network

DHCP Enabled: No

IP address(es)

[01]: 192.168.56.1

[02]: fe80::8da9:338d:4c2e:bee1

Processor: AMD 5000+BE Stock

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id use the nawcom mod boot cd. google it. its how i installed it on my AMD. use the latest legacy kernel (legacy_kernel 10.5.0)

 

lets get some specs of your system. processor, motherboard, chipset, video card, audio card, etc.

 

also, maybe you mentioned it, maybe not. how are you installing? from a retail snow leopard dvd, or from a distro? ive noticed the nawcom boot cd makes it easier to install than a distro, because it typically auto-selects your chipset drivers and kernel, unlike with a distro.

 

i have an AMD hackintosh running almost 100%, just trying to figure out the cause of some QE/CI lag.

in other words: ill help you get yours going!

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Read again, he's asking for help installing OS X in a virtual machine, not on real hardware.

 

yeah, wouldnt he be able to use a boot cd on a VM to get it installed? im fully aware that he is attempting to install on a VM, not real hardware. i just hope i dont sound stupid by suggesting a boot cd for a VM to boot off..

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