The numbers of installation macOS High Sierra on PC are perfectly high. While the installation process doesn’t work for some users is remarkable. Plus, there are various types of problems, which includes installing problem, graphics issues and much more. In our previous articles, we saw the problems of many users in the comment section or in my email even. At the time, I was busy and couldn’t reach to them. Moreover, many comments were amazing. That’s why I couldn’t answer one by one and solve them. But this time I will compensate the problems you got. Personally, I apologize and say sorry to those who commented below and I couldn’t answer. So, don’t be upset and put your comments again because this time we aren’t leaving your comments without response. Therefore, this time we’ve covered your problems and solve them here or if you had any problem not listed here,of course you can comment and we’ll solve it. So let’s move on.
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Fix macOS High Sierra Problem on VMware
In this article, we’ve covered the problems from the comment section and will solve them here so if you had any of these problems, of course, you can find the solution here. At first, we will answer to the VMware Workstation users and fix the problems then we’ll head up to the VirtualBox.
1# The virtual machine stuck at Apple logo while booting and reboots again & again how to fix?
-> Please check your guest OS you’ve selected the appropriate one & try with step 4 & 5 again carefully.
2# I get an error when I go to play it. Says “Mac OS X is not supported with binary translation. To run Mac OS X, you need a host on which VMware Player supports Intel VT-x or AMD-V.
-> Please enable Intel VT-x in BIOS, here’s how to do it.
3# FaceTime has not received any video from the connected camera. Restarting your computer may fix this issue.
-> To fix this, open VMware and change USB Port to 2.0. Try!
4# The USB devices doesn’t work, as I already changed the compatibility from 3.0 to 2.0 do you have a fix for this?
-> Please check if you have enabled VMware USB Service, click Start button and search Services.
5# Hi, thank you for this article. Everything works except I don’t have the internet and I don’t know how to configure it, I have already installed VMware tools have you any idea?
-> Try reinstalling VMware Tools and it will work.
6# Is there any way to activate video acceleration? Or change the amount of video memory?
In the settings, it says the guest OS doesn’t support it.
-> You can install VM Tool. And the Virtual machine is working with 128 MB of VRAM.
7# Hi, VMWare tools isn’t supporting. It means after restart VMWare tool on the right hand of the desktop. Its pointer isn’t smooth and also can’t use full screen.
-> Hi. Because this is a new version. Open System Preferences – Security & Privacy then enable VM Tool to fix this problem.
8# Can I use the hardware for the VM like this:
RAM: 2602.6 MB
CPU: 4 Cores
And my real hardware is :
RAM: 4004 MB
CPU: Intel Core i5
is it ok?
-> OK, Set up 50-60% of your Ram and CPU.
9# I have an issue where it will only give me 1024×768 RES after VMware tools are installed.
-> You should open “System Preferences” then “Security & Privacy” then click “Allow VMware Tool.” Restart!
10# I have the same error with displaying as follows. Please help me to solve this immediately…..
VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vcpu-0)
A log file is available in “C:\Users\User\Documents\Virtual Machines\OS X 10.11\vmware.log”.
You can request support.
To collect data to submit to VMware support, choose “Collect Support Data” from the Help menu. You can also run the “VM-support” script in the Workstation folder directly.
We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.
-> Just add smc.version = “0” on your Notepad.
11# Can I run macOS High Sierra on AMD PC?
-> No, hope you wait for the next.
12# attempted to startup from:
->EFI VMware Virtual SCSI Hard Drive (0.0) unsuccessful
->EFI VMware Virtual IDE CDROM DRive (IDE1:0) unsuccessful
-> Please add smc.version = 0 without quotation marks and it will work.
Fix macOS High Sierra Problem on VirtualBox
1# Hello! I already run my macOS High Sierra, but I can’t control my mouse integration. How can I turn it on?
-> Install the VirtualBox Expansion pack first. Then I switched the USB setting to USB2. Make sure your pointing device is set to USB Tablet.
2# I have a problem installing on the virtual machine it is showing a blank screen I ran all the commands as directed.is there any way to fix it?
-> Hi. Close your VirtualBox and try step 5 again.
3# VBoxManage.exe: error: Failed to create the VirtualBox object!
VBoxManage.exe: error: Code CO_E_SERVER_EXEC_FAILURE (0x80080005) – Server execution failed (extended info not available)
VBoxManage.exe: error: Most likely, the VirtualBox COM server is not running or failed to start.
-> Hi. Check your VirtualBox version and try step 5 again!
4# When I turn on the machine I just get a black screen and nothing else
-> Please enable Intel VT-x in BIOS!
5# VBoxManage setextradata “MacOS” “VBoxInternal/Devices/efi/0/Config/DmiSystemProduct” “iMac11,3” when I entered this command it shows me an error too many parameters.
-> Yes, my friend! Enable Intel VT-x in BIOS.
6# Still cannot get it to work, getting the black screen on boot. I know that the settings have been applied correctly, as this is what I see in my macos_dev.vbox: And yet, nothing. VT-x is enabled. The CPU is the latest i7-7500U KobyLake. 16gb of RAM, NVidia GTX 970 4G video card, just black screen, nothing else.
-> Hi. Change your Chipset to PPIX3 or IHC9 and try again.
7# I got something further, like “Error allocating 0x17e7 pages at 0x00000000000108b000 alloc type 2; Error loading kernel cache (0x9); Boot Failed. Mac Boot; Book Failed. EFI DVD/CDROM”.
-> Yes, the solution is easy: instead of setting the “Version” to “El Capitan,” set it to MacOS 64-bit. Everything then works.
8# i5 6500
16 GB of ddr4
xfx rx 480 8gb
windows 10 pro 64 bit
-> Thanks. Install “VirtualBox Extension Pack” then open VirtualBox. Select your virtual machine and click “Setting then change USB to 2.0.
9# Hi there! I seem to be dealing with the same problems others are. I’m experiencing a continual boot screen, but nothing else. What should I do? I followed your instructions to the letter.
-> Hi. Check your Guest OS and Intel VT-x. Change your VRAM to 128 MB and try again!
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