- Sat Sep 17, 2016 5:00 am
Shaneee wrote:@OSXF, Fromt he VMWare website,
To increase the svga.vramSize setting:
- Power off the virtual machine.
- Right-click on the virtual machine and select Edit Settings.
- Click the Hardware tab.
- Click Video Card.
- Select Enter total video RAM and enter a higher value.
- Click OK.
- Power on the virtual machine.
I'm still trying to get something >=10.10.4 working on my machine (best I've managed so far is 10.10). I am now trying this one (as if it works will be simpler than the extensive directions for upgrading 10.10). When I start it up it just hangs (see pic). When I click on the screen my pointer disappears (thought maybe I have to click on which one I want to start?). I've downloaded VMware Workstation 12.5.0 build-4352439, and it isn't giving me the option to increase video memory (see pic), which was the first thing I thought to look at. Don't know what else to try. I have an FX-4300.
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