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  1. Hi guys! I'm trying to install Yosemite on a VMWare Virtual Machine with the Yosemite-Zone.iso disc image. I have VMware player on Windows 8.1 Host, and I installed the Unlocker 2.0.2. When I created the virtual machine, I choose: 4096 MB of RAM (I have 6 GB on my laptop), 2-core processor, Apple Mac OS X 10.10 as guest operating system, a single-file stored 40 GB hard drive and obviously the iSO file. But when I boot the VM, it stucks like in the attached picture. How can I resolve? Thank you!!
  2. Hi guys! I downloaded Yosemite Zone ISO and DMG files and I try to take, in some ways, Mac OSX Yosemite on my Lenovo Z50. I succesfully installed it on Virtualbox, but it is too slow (I think it's because I have only 6 gb of RAM and I can't assign to virtual machine more than 5 gb). So i would try to install it on my USB 3.0 external drive, to use it with I have a question: if I try to install Yosemite on my USB drive, the internal drive of my pc isn't touched, is it? If I boot my pc from the hard drive Windows 8 will start without problems right? Then, which kexts I have to install for my laptop? These are the specs: 4th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-4510U (2.00GHz 1600MHz 4MB) (2.60 GhZ with Turbo Boost)Intel HD Graphics 4400Nvidia Geforce 840MRealtek Wi-Fi CardI really need only Wi-Fi to work and not slow performance (I would use it only for XCode programming and iOs simulator). Maybe a good battery managing. Can you help me? Thank you!!
  3. Hi to everyone! I installed Yosemite Zone 10.10 on a Virtualbox VM on my Lenovo Z50 (Windows 8.1, Intel i7 quad-core 2,6 GhZ, 6 GB RAM), but I noticed that it is extremely slow. I assigned to VM 4 GB of RAM. Is it too little? I also assigned 128 MB of Video Memory, and 2-core processor. I ran the beamoff and put it in And I used a suggestion found on web to reduce kernel-task usage. With only XCode opened (I need Mac OSX for that) I use 65-70% of RAM (with Dr. Cleaner test) but it is extremely slow anyway. I cannot open Dashboard (too slow, the pc blocks) and after 20-30 minutes (sometimes even less) the virtual machine doesn't work and I have to close it. Can you help me? Thank you!!!
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