How we can intall Mac OS X Lion in VirtualboxPosted in Hacks & Cracks By khilee On February 18, 2015
You need a computer with Windows to run Mac OS X on Windows.
- Window 64-bit operating system.
- 4 GB of RAM
- dual-core (two core) processor or better
- iAtkos : You can download it from any torrent sites
To create a virtual machine, open up Virtualbox and click “New” on the upper left. Give your new virtual machine a name, and choose “Mac OS X” for the OS Type.If your version of Virtualbox asks you to choose between 64-bit and 32-bit, be sure to choose 64-bit.
Press enter to startup the Lion installer.
Continue, and you will eventually come up to a page that asks you for a “destination” for your Mac install. Oh no, the page is blank! We’ll have to fix that. To do this, start up Disk Utility .
Mac OSX can only be installed on a completely clean disk, so you need to use Disk Utility to wipe your Virtualbox hard disk. Click on the Virtualbox hard disk in Disk Utility and erase it.
On the installation page for Mac OSX, the Virtualbox hard disk should now be showing up. Select it and continue.
Once that’s done with. This will take at least 20 minutes.
After installation finishes, Mac OS X will crash. This is normal.
Restart your virtual machine, and eject iAtkos from your virtual DVD drive. To eject iAtkos, right-click on the CD icon at the bottom right of the Virtualbox window, and un-check the iAtkos file. (The below screenshot is different because it’s taken from my Snow Leopard guide)