Run Snow Leopard On Windows With VMware

December 28th, 2009

Apple / Mac, Miscellaneous, MS / Windows

VMware is a great solution for testing out different operating systems, but OS X clients have never been supported (for obvious reasons). Fellow hackintosh site iHackintosh has a great article on getting Snow Leopard to run on an Intel-based Windows machine. It involves getting a pre-made .VMDK file and tweaking some VMware settings. Overall, it’s not too difficult, and it’s a nice option if you want to test out OS X before you commit to it.

Check out the article here.

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3 Responses to “Run Snow Leopard On Windows With VMware”

  1. dieselboy

    So, this is not a good long term solution for running OSX? I am running 10.5.6 XxX but was thinking about doing this on my win7 drive.

    • Alex

      I wouldn’t try running it on a 1525. The specs just aren’t good enough. If you have a 2 GHz Core 2 Duo or better and at least 4 GB of RAM, you should be good though.

  2. Thomas

    I’ll be sure to try this out on my Desktop as I’ve been meaning to get OS X on there.