The developers behind boot loaders like Multibeast, Clover, Chimera among others have put a lot of work into making sure that your hardware works flawlessly with OS X. Today, I’ll show you how to Install Bootloader EFI Mac OS on Vmware.
Why Bootloader? Vmware Tool support maximum resolution is 2560×1600, if you want setup mac on higher display resolution 2560×2048 or 3200×2048, you must install Bootloader. Installing the boot loader may help with issues concerning graphics and some motherboard features. Sound and internet drivers won’t necessarily be fixed by installing a boot loader, these require kext-based fixes.
The EFI System is a partition on a data storage device that is used by VMware. When a Virtual Machine is powered up and booted, EFI firmware loads files stored on the EFI partition to start installed Mac OS X systems and various utilities. An EFI partition needs to be formatted with one of the FAT file system variants.
Bootload Custom by TechReviews: http://goo.gl/SSryAf
Guest OS: Apple Mac OS X
Version: Mac OS X 10.10 (or 10.9, 10.8)
Steps to Install Bootloader EFI Mac OS on Vmware
Step 1: Mount BootloadCustom.iso to VMware
Open Your Mac OS X on VMware, Click Player on VMware Screen > Removable Devices > CD/DVD (SATA) > Setting > Browse > Your iso File > OK
Step 2: Extract Bootloader File and Open Terminal
Copy Bootload TechReviews.Zip to Desktop, Double Click to Extract File.
Open Terminal from Applications > Utilities > Terminal. You can also open Terminal by using spotlight in the right hand top corner
Step 3: Reformat and Mount Your EFI Partition
Make sure your EFI partition is disk0:
> Open /Utilities/Terminal
> Type diskutil list
If your EFI partition is disk0, ready to begin:
> Type: sudo -s
> Enter your password
> Type: newfs_hfs -v EFI /dev/disk0s1
> Type: mkdir /Volumes/EFI
> Type: mount_hfs /dev/disk0s1 /Volumes/EFI
> Close Terminal
Step 4: Copy Bootload File To Efi Partition
Copy 3 file (boot, EFI, EFI-Backups) to EFI Partition
Paste 3 Items to EFI Partition
Step 5: Create New Virtual Machine with your Virtual Machine Disk (vmdk)
Open your VMware Player or Workstation, Create new virtual machine with old vmdk then Start your virtual machine. This is bootloader on OS X on VMware.