VB crashing on OS X boot sequence

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VB crashing on OS X boot sequence

Postby lemieux08 » 22. Mar 2019, 20:09

Hi, new user here.

I've been trying to install Mac OS X on my Win7 PC using the Hazard Snow Leopard ISO, to no avail. I've been following a tutorial or two online to help with the task, but I've always been crashing at the same part (Either when it says ''Loading Darwin/x86'' when booting normally or when putting options with F8. No difference) , I don't really know what's going on, and was hoping I could get pointed in the right direction.

I've had to compress the log to be able to upload it here - sorry if that's a problem.

I'm using an AMD processor, I can post full specs if needed, just let me know.

Thanks a bunch to anyone who can help :)
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Re: VB crashing on OS X boot sequence

Postby andyp73 » 22. Mar 2019, 20:12

Your log file shows that you are attempting to run a macOS guest (aka a Hackintosh) under Windows 7 on non-Apple hardware. This is not supported and is also a violation of Apple's End User License Agreement (EULA). More details can be found at: Important notice regarding Mac OS X as Guest.

Had you searched around the forums you would have seen that there are many similar threads all of which end up in the same state - locked and consigned to oblivion. Yours will be sent the same way the next time a site admin / mod passes by.

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Re: VB crashing on OS X boot sequence

Postby socratis » 22. Mar 2019, 20:29

Does anyone, anyone use the search engines these days?
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