MacOS Big Sur v11.3 (20E232) (For VMWare)
A VMware virtual machine with macOS installed. Before starting work with the machine, be sure to apply VMware Unlocker as administrator . The required screen resolution should be set automatically in accordance with the settings of the computer on which the virtual machine is running. Choose the rest of the parameters (the number of CPU cores, memory, etc.) according to your hardware.
Before starting, we check the compatibility of the equipment with this program.
ADMINISTRATOR PASSWORD: 1234
To start the machine, the processor must support virtualization and DEP
If virtualization and DEP are disabled, enable them via BIOS
To reduce the brakes, it is recommended to run in VMware Player
Attention! Use VMware Workstation, not VMware Player for correct and complete machine setup
Attention! This image is designed to work with the current version of VMware Workstation
Attention! Applications for OS X that require 3D acceleration (OpenGL) cannot be run due to the lack of required drivers
The only video player that plays video on this build is Movist, the rest have only sound without images
The ⌘ (Command) key is the default key (Windows)
Switch keyboard layout configured for CTRL + Space
If errors occur, read the information under the spoiler “Errors that occur when running OS X in VMware Workstation”
1. Install VMware Workstation or VMware Player. Unpack the macOS Big Sur.7z archive
2. Apply the patch from the VMware Unlocker archive on behalf of the administrator (see the Tablet line in the topic header)
3. Open the macOS Big Sur.vmx file via File-> Open
4. Configure the virtual machine for your hardware.
Errors when running OS X in VMware Workstation
VMware Tools – accesses shared folders, shared clipboard, and more
A way to create a bootable ISO file for a clean install of any macOS version on VMware and VirtualBox
How to reduce the size of a virtual disk
An alternative way to change the screen resolution
In the terminal, execute the commands:
sudo /Library/Application\ Support/VMware\ Tools/vmware-resolutionSet 1920 1080
sudo defaults delete /Library/Preferences/com.apple.windowserver.plist DisplayResolutionEnabled
(example for Full HD resolution)
System requirements :
1. Intel or AMD processor with hardware virtualization support
2. From 1 GB of RAM (2 GB or more recommended)
3. WinRar program, 7-Zip or analog
4. VMware Workstation or VMware Player program of the current version (for AMD not lower than 16.1)
Year of release : 2020
Version : 11.3 (20E232)
Developer : Apple Inc.
Developer site : © Apple Inc.
Platform : Intel or AMD processors
Interface language : multilingual
Tablet : VMware Unlocker (you need to download the unlocker.zip file) : https://github.com/paolo-projects/unlocker/releases/tag/3.0.3
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