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How to Install macOS Sierra Final on VMware on Windows

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Apple has announced the mac OS Sierra as the next version of Mac system software. From Siri integration, a revamped Apple music application and much more, macOS 10.12 Sierra Final, coming this fall, brings a whole bunch of amazing features. Apple announced this next version of Mac as is a tradition in the WWDC. With the Sierra, Siri will make its debut on a Mac and has new capabilities that have been designed for the desktop. This is the only way to make the Mac smarter, and you get a hands-free access to your machine. Sierra will also help you shop more securely from online stores and with the new file system, you can now get and free up valuable space.

The VMware player, a virtualisation software for the x64 based computer that uses Windows. You can run macOS Sierra Final on VMware on Windows. This player uses the same virtualization core like the VMware workstation, even though the workstation is not free and has more features than the Player. VMware Player is available for non-commercial use and can be seen as free.

Latest preview: 10.12 Final (16A323). September 20, 2016
Google Drive (One Full): https://goo.gl/pBVDXz
Google Drive (6 of 6): https://goo.gl/JvfhZS
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All Tool (New): https://goo.gl/bZsv5f
All Tool: https://goo.gl/2cR8gm
VMware Player 12.5: https://goo.gl/spT8G6

Steps to Install macOS Sierra on VMware on Windows

Step 1: Download Image and Extract file with Winrar or 7zip

Download winrar then install it. Right click on macOS 10.12 Sierra.rar, Select “Extract Here”

Right Click then Extract Image

Right Click then Extract Image

Step 2: Patch the VMware

Open Patch Tool folder then right click on win-install.cmd file, Select “Run as Administrator”

Install Patch Tool

Install Patch Tool

Step 3: Create New Virtual Machine

Open VMware Player or Workstation then select “Create new virtual mahine”,
Guest OS: Apple Mac OS X
Version: Mac OS X 10.11 or 10.12

Create New Virtual Machine

Create New Virtual Machine

Name and New Virtual Machine Disk:

8 Virtua Machine Name 2

Step 4: Edit Your Virtual Machine

Click “Edit Virtual Machine Setting”, select “Hard Disk (SATA) 40 GB” then click “Remove

Remove hard disk

Remove hard disk

Click Add – Hard Disk – SATA, Click “Use an Existing Virtual Disk”

Add Hard Disk

Add Hard Disk

Browse to download Image location C:\..\macOS Sierra.vmdk file then click Open

Edit Virtual Machine - Add Harddisk

Edit Virtual Machine – Add Harddisk

You can set up Ram with 2.56 to 4 GB and your processor is 2 to 4 core:

Hard Disk Added

Hard Disk Added

Step 5: Edit VMX File

Open Your Virtual Machine Folder “C:\Users\your user\Documents\Virtual Machines”. Right click on VMX file then select Open with “Notepad”.

Open VMX file with Notepad

Open VMX file with Notepad

Copy then Paste this code: smc.version = "0"

Edit VMX File

Edit VMX File

Step 6: Play Your macOS Sierra and Install VMware Tool

Mount VM Tool.iso to VMware Player. Click Player – Removable Devices – CD/DVD – Setting…

Mount VM Tool.iso

Mount VM Tool.iso

Open iso file

Open iso file

Install WMware Tool on Sierra on VMware:

Install VMware tool

Install VMware tool

Done! macOS Sierra on VMware on Windows

macOS Sierra 10.12 on VMware

Next Tutorial: Install macOS High Sierra on VMware on Windows (New version)

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861 Comments on "How to Install macOS Sierra Final on VMware on Windows"

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Yohanes
Guest

3d accelerator cant in guest, can i increase video ram from 128 to more? because 128mb is very laggy.

John Campbell
Guest

I’ve tried EVERYTHING you have said to do in dealing with the error VMWare Virtual SATA Hard Drive (0.0)… unsuccessful EFI VMWare Virtual SATA CDROM Drive (1.0)… unsuccessful Then going to the blue screen to adjust boot order. I’m out of options!

soma
Guest

Hi, I have a 4K display and the UI is laggy little bit. Is there any solution for this?
Thanks, S.

IT Guy
Guest

Hello my friends, it’s been a pretty epic day.

I’ve been running Sierra 10.12.6 VM & Ubuntu VM in VMware Player version 12.5.6 with no problems. I found VMware Player has a new version 14.0. So I decided to try it.

Do a clean install. Uninstall VMware player V12X manually. Search for any VMware Player temp files or log files & delete. Then install VMware Player version 14.0 Free. There are some new features. Sierra VM & Ubuntu VM are working OK. No bugs or errors……Found yet.

As always, have a nice day!

Troy Compton
Guest

This worked to perfection! Thank you very much

Hugues
Guest

VMWare Virtual SATA Hard Drive (0.0)… unsuccessful EFI VMWare Virtual SATA CDROM Drive (1.0)… unsuccessful Then it displays the blue Boot Manager screen. I used Google Drive (6 of 6) image. dont know what to do

Kenan
Guest

It says “The CPU has been disabled by the guest operating system”. What should i do? :C
Ryzen 1700
Asus prime x370 pro

Mahir
Guest

When I am logging into mac, It showing me a Dark Black screen with nothing!!!!!

ruben
Guest

it works but it is extreme slow. is there a way to speed it up?

specs

4 cores
6gb ram
128mb vram

Justin
Guest

Click “Edit Virtual Machine Setting”, select “Hard Disk (SATA) 40 GB” then click “Remove”

This is not a selectable option for me. I’ve tried earlier versions of VMware and reinstalled this three times following your instructions. I don’t know what else to do but that option does not show up when I go to edit the VM.

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