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by: Shaneee
#4412
The security update replaces the kernel... You'll either need to attach an installer to replace it or download it again.

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by: OSXF
#4422
Shaneee wrote:The security update replaces the kernel... You'll either need to attach an installer to replace it or download it again.
How to do that through installer?
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by: Shaneee
#4423
OSXF wrote:
Shaneee wrote:The security update replaces the kernel... You'll either need to attach an installer to replace it or download it again.
How to do that through installer?
You'd need to use my Windows image restored to a USB with the Yosemite kernel placed on the root and use Terminal to copy it back into the VM. You're better off installing physically though. Much better performance.
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by: Shadow
#6088
WOW! It Works. Without any problems :thumbup:
before that i tried techsviewer.com - no result. lost time.

Thank You!
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by: Shadow
#6153
Would be great, if in future assemblies you will switch on option 'Show Connected servers on Desktop' in Finder. It's very useful when using Shared Folders in VmWare.
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by: Shaneee
#6530
See the screenshot to download. Once downloaded double click the .vmx file to open it in VMWare.

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by: donaldp
#7127
Shaneee wrote:@OSXF, Fromt he VMWare website,

To increase the svga.vramSize setting:
  1. Power off the virtual machine.
  2. Right-click on the virtual machine and select Edit Settings.
  3. Click the Hardware tab.
  4. Click Video Card.
  5. Select Enter total video RAM and enter a higher value.
  6. Click OK.
  7. 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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by: Shaneee
#7142
You click into the VM then press enter to boot the system. Once it's booted if you press Ctrl + Alt + Return the VM should go full screen and give you full resolution.
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by: donaldp
#7271
Shaneee wrote:You click into the VM then press enter to boot the system. Once it's booted if you press Ctrl + Alt + Return the VM should go full screen and give you full resolution.
Yep, that was the piece of info that I was missing. Thanks!
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