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VirtualBox is a world-famous application that offers its users plenty of advanced tools for effective customization. You can freely install any OS on your machine without any interruption from your current OS. Below you can find a detailed manual on how install Mac OS X Snow Leopard on VirtualBox without any difficulties.

You will need to have a system with an Intel/AMD processor that is able to support hardware virtualization, VirtualBox, OSX86 iso, and Windows OS used as host operating system.

  1. Download and install the freshest version of VirtualBox for your OS.
  2. Launch VirtualBox and choose “New”. A special wizard will be started to help you to set up everything proplerly.
  3. Name your vertical machine as “OSX” and choose “Mac OS X” from OS menu, and “Mac OS X Server” from Version menu.
  4. Choose some RAM for your VM. We`ve chosen 1500MB.
  5. Create a new hard disk for your virtual machine that will be approx. 20GB
  6. Go to “Settings” and choose “System”. Then you will need to uncheck the option for “Enable EFI (special OSes only)” as on the screenshot below.
  7. Now choose “Storage”, located in the left panel, and choose “Empty. Now select a special folder with the green arrow.Then choose Add at the top of the Window, as shown above. Then you will need to add the OSX86 iso you have already downloaded. Highlight it and tap Select. Then just choose OK and press Start button to launch your VM.
  8. When your begins booting, press F8 and enter -v at the boot prompt to find out any issues that might go wrong. Choose the desirable language and then choose next. In case your mouse sticks, press Right-Ctrl + I. After that you will need to launch Disk Utility located in Utilities toolbar.
  9. You will need to highlight 20GB VBOX HARDDISK as on the screen above. Then choose erase to delete all the data from the virtual disk. Then leave the Disk Utility menu to continue the process. Now you will need to select the highlighted drive and continue.
  10. Now press Done and tap Install button to initiate the installation.

This is all After it boots up, you will be able to run Mac OS X Snow Leopard in VirtualBox under your favorite Windows system.

Now you can easily install Mac OS X Snow Leopard on VirtualBox with minimum efforts and in just a few minutes!

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License violations[edit]

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According to the macOS and OS X software license agreement[1], macOS should only be installed on Apple Mac devices. Neither the editors of this book nor Wikibooks have any liability over the installation of macOS or OS X guests on VirtualBox or any other violations of the software license.

This is against the EULA of apple, doing this article IS considered piracy.

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Installation script[edit]

The following installation script:

  • free and open-source
  • ...requires only VirtualBox with its Extension Pack and dependencies that can be easily installed in a single command with most open-source package managers
  • ...downloads macOS Catalina, Mojave and High Sierra directly from Apple's servers
  • ...installs macOS without modifying the original Apple binaries and without third-party bootloaders
  • ...creates a VM that is compatible with OpenCore and can be exported (with manual modifications) to KVM/QEMU for near-native performance
  • ...runs on Linux, Windows (WSL, Cygwin), and macOS

Manual installation[edit]

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The manual installation requires access to the Mac App Store through an existing installation of macOS.

Create ISO Installation Media[edit]

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  1. Download the macOS Installer file from the App Store[2] (OS X El Capitan and Sierra is downloadable from Apple's website).
  2. When download finishes, find the app, right-click and select 'Show Package Contents'.
  3. Inside the sub-folder Contents/SharedSupport you will find a InstallESD.dmg file.
  4. Open 'Disk Utility'
  5. Choose Images > Convert
  6. In the window, choose the InstallESD.dmg to convert and the disk type to be 'DVD/CD-R master for export'. Also choose the name for installer disk and the final destination. Then click 'Convert'.
  7. After conversion completes, you will see a .cdr file in your destination folder.
  8. Open 'Terminal'
  9. Enter hdiutil convert /Your/Path/To/YourCdrFile.cdr -format UDTO -o /Your/Path/To/macOSInstaller.iso
  10. Check destination folder. This is your file for installation in VirtualBox. There should be a .iso file extension.

Installation in VirtualBox[edit]

  1. Open VirtualBox. Click 'new'
  2. Type the name for virtual machine and Mac OS X for type. Choose your version (if you have Mojave or Catalina, choose Mac OS X (64 bit)).
  3. Select memory size.
  4. Select 'Create Virtual Disk Now'
  5. Choose VDI for format.
  6. Select storage name and size. The size should be at least 32 GB.
  7. Go to 'Settings'
  8. Go to 'Storage' Tab
  9. In the SATA controller, click 'Add Optical Disk'.
  10. Insert the .iso file.
  11. Go to 'Display' tab.
  12. Set video memory to maximum value.
  13. Quit 'Settings'
  14. Boot by clicking 'Start'.
  15. When it boots, you will see some data being displayed.
  16. This part needs clarification - UEFI Interactive Shell loads, but nothing happens. If you use the command 'exit' you can shift to the EFI menu, but changing the settings doesn't seem to affect the progress of the UEFI Interactive Shell, which stops at the Shell> prompt.
  17. After a while, you will need to choose the language for installation. Choose your own language.
  18. Then you will be asked where to install macOS.
  19. On the upper-left corner, you will see a 'Utilities' button. Click it and select 'Disk Utility'.
  20. You will see a window with different storages on the left. Choose 'VBOX HARDDISK Media'. Note: You may have to select View/View All Devices
  21. Erase the Storage by clicking the 'Erase' button on the top.
  22. You will be prompted to enter the name for the storage. Enter your desired name and continue.
  23. Wait for the process to complete. Then quit Disk Utility.
  24. You will find a new storage media, which is like a hard disk. Choose that storage for the installation of OS X to install.
  25. After installation completes, the virtual machine will automatically shut down. Go to 'Settings'.
  26. Go to the 'Storage' section to eject the .iso file.
  27. Boot virtual machine again.
  28. Choose system language.
  29. Choose allow location or not.
  30. You will be asked to enter your Apple ID. Even if you have an Apple ID, do not enter now.
  31. Accept EULA of macOS.
  32. Restore Time Machine Backups (if you have)
  33. You will see the main page of OS X, open App Store.
  34. Enter your Apple ID and sign in...

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  • Scenario 1: You will sign in within a short time. Congratulations! You have done it!
  • Scenario 2: It took ages. Stop signing in and check the references below. [2]


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