I am trying to run a Mac OS X Snow Leopard VMware image 10.6.7 on my AMD quad core computer with VMware Workstation 9.0.
My latest attempt involves opening the specific configuration .vmx file (which is linked to a VMware image .vmdk) and hence booting it with help of a kernel (darwin.iso). A description of these steps undertaken can be found here: http://anonymous00.hubpages.com/hub/Installing-Mac-OSX-On-Windows
I have tried different VMware images and different kernels, but I keep getting the error: "The CPU has been disabled by the guest operating system (...)". So I am guessing that something went wrong when unlocking the Mac OS X (I don't know how to check this however, since the Mac OS X Guest Host seems to be installed and unlocked correctly, that is it appears in the list of available guest hosts).
So community, what do you think I should try?
A couple of things I have tried already:
Applying a mask (adding the line cpuid.1.eax = ... in the .vmx file)
Trying to install the operating system instead of running (hence booting from a .iso file): this didn't work as well: my computer didn't recognize the operating system.
Different versions of kernels and different VMware images (including images that are meant only for AMD processors)
P.s.: yes, I have enabled Virtualization in my BIOS.
My computer specifications:
AMD A6-3410MX APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics 1.60GHz Memory (RAM): 6.00GB System type: 64-bit Model: HP Pavilion dv7 Notebook PC