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I have a laptop HP Pavillion dv7 with iCore 5, 4GB RAM and it runs Windows 7 x64.

I also have the VMWare 7.1.1.

 

I have an archive of a vmware-ready macosx 10.6.5

For 64bit support I run MacOs10.6.5_x64

that mounts a nawcomModCD_x64.iso

 

When I boot I see the following 3 screens and it never boots :(

 

PS: I noticed that there are two versions of nawcomModCD.iso and nawcomModCD_x64.iso

One in the same folder as distribution 71mb and one outside the folder 84mb.

By default it uses the one inside.

 

Any help is appreciated.

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I have a laptop HP Pavillion dv7 with iCore 5, 4GB RAM and it runs Windows 7 x64.

I also have the VMWare 7.1.1.

 

I have an archive of a vmware-ready macosx 10.6.5

For 64bit support I run MacOs10.6.5_x64

that mounts a nawcomModCD_x64.iso

 

When I boot I see the following 3 screens and it never boots ;)

 

PS: I noticed that there are two versions of nawcomModCD.iso and nawcomModCD_x64.iso

One in the same folder as distribution 71mb and one outside the folder 84mb.

By default it uses the one inside.

 

Any help is appreciated.

 

I was able to get Snow Leopard working perfectly on VMware Workstation just yesterday, following this guide:

http://www.redmondpie.com/how-to-install-o...dows-7-9140301/

It was quite straightforward, as long as you booted from the custom .iso provided. This requires a Retail DVD of Snow Leopard. All updates work, sound, graphics (native resolution set by editing com.apple.Boot.plist), network, etc. I hope this helps!

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