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    I have installed Mac OSX on VMWare but it doesnt work the install was good but when i restard there is a Black Sreen with this:


    I have typed in -v but doesnt work.

    Can anyone Help me ?
    (Sorry for bad English)



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    try -sfv then hit enter.

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    Nothing happened its reload but nothing happend.

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    I've never thrown OSX through VM before, and trying to reproduce your problem without having access to similar hardware would be pointless from my end. So maybe one of our other members could chime in and help you out. Problem seems very small but I wouldn't want to give you any bad advice.

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    i never did vmware osx too,..
    seems like the bootloader can not find the osx partition.
    it could be the vmware setting, the host os, or just unactive partition...
    try put com.apple.Boot.plist that point to osx partition.
    i did it once in my usb bootloader...


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    Sorry but i dont understand what you say =/

    Its fucki** because anything i type in is ignored from the machine.

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    \Push
    Noyone here ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IzNarf View Post
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    Hi,
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