Running Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite AMD On Windows On VirtualBox will take a bit of work, but it’s easy to do and the final product is awesome. To see what the whole setup will look like when you’re done, check out the video below. Follow the instructions below to set it up for yourself.
You can actually install and run OS X on any Intel-based and Amd processor with a program called VirtualBox . VirtualBox is a powerful x86 and AMD64/Intel64 virtualization product for home use and free Version. VirtualBox is a useful tool that allows you run different operating systems Windows, Linux, Ubuntu and Mac OS X. You can drag and drop files from windows and put it in Mac OS X. You can use Internet and download Apps.
Yosemite AMD Processor Image
Google drive: https://goo.gl/hFM9YG
What all Required to Install Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite AMD On Windows On VirtualBox
CPU Processors: ( i3, i5 processors are more preferable).
Ram: 3 GB RAM (1,5 GB for VirtualBox)
Hard-drive space: 20 GB
Display: Intel HD (or Higher)
OS: Windows (7 or 8 or 10) and Linux
MainBoard: Support Hardware Virtualization Technology (AMD-V).
VirtualBox: VirtualBox 4.3.18 or Higher
Image: Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite Niresh Ver 2
Steps to Install Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite AMD on Windows on VirtualBox
Right Click Part1 then select Extract here:
Step 2: Setup Virtualbox VirtualBox 4.3 or 5.0
VirtualBox is free version, You can download new version on Internet.
Step 3: Create New Virtual Machine and Add Bootloader AMD Disk
Name: Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite Niresh Ver 2 (Your Option)
Type: Mac OS X
Version: Mac OS X 10.10
The recommended memory size is 2.5 GB (or Higher)
Add AMD Bootload Disk to your virtual machine:
Step 4: Add Yosemite Virtual Machine Disk (vmdk file)
Click Setting – Storage – Add Hard Disk: “Mac OS X Yosemite Niresh Intel And AMD.vmdk”
Step 5: Edit Your Virtual Machine
Chipset: PIIX3 or IHC9
Attached to: NAT
Adapter Type: Intel Pro/1000 MT Server
Step 6: Run Yosemite AMD on Virtual Machine (about 10 minutes)
AMD, Haswell and HP Laptop users may have to use custom kernel in order to make the system boot & work properly
AMD Users : /amd
: /amd32 (its actually a 64 bit kernel)
: /amdfx (can also boot non FX Processors)
Haswell Users : /haswell
HP Laptops with Intel Processors : /hp or /hp1
To use a custom kernel you just have to type the correct kernel name listed in above
example to Boot with AMD kernel
just type : /amd
then press the Enter key