Kernel panic

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Kernel panic

Postby RobotGuru » 13. Aug 2022, 22:09

Hi all,

I think I am experiencing a very similar issue. I just got a Mac OS setup on a VM. It runs very slow and the VM crashes if I set it to more than 1 CPU/core. Any help in speeding up the VM would be greatly appreciated!

Please let me know if any ideas are a permanent change to my laptop if you suggest it.

Here are my laptop specs. I have also attached 3 separate log files. 1 core, 2 cores and 4 cores. I will paste dropbox links to the log files tomorrow, the files were too big to upload to the forum.

Windows 10
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-10750H CPU @ 2.60GHz 2.59 GHz
GPU1: Intel UHD Graphics
GPU2: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop GPU
16 GB Memory

Virtual Box 6.1.36
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Re: Kernel panic

Postby scottgus1 » 14. Aug 2022, 03:19

A Mac guest is only allowed if the physical computer is real Apple hardware.
OSX guests on non-Apple hardware

If you are using an Apple computer, please start a new topic in the Mac Guests forum, with a zipped guest vbox.log, posted using the forum's Upload Attachment tab.

FWIW zipped logs fit.
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