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Run macOS BigSur VMWare on AMD Laptop

Blog August 6, 2021 Nam Le 0

As the previous post Install MacOS Catalina On VMware AMD Laptop, I have upgrade my macOS Catalina VMWare to the BigSur. During upgrading, I have backed-up a copy of VMDK macOS BigSur. Below is my new laptop specìication:

  • ASUS Zenbook UM425IA-NH74
  • AMD Ryzen 7 4700U Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.1 GHz)
  • 1 TB PCIe NVMe Intel SSD
  • 16 GB LPDDR4X RAM Dual chanel
  • Windows 10 Professional included


Configure the VMWare

  • Install the VMWare as your way, either Player or Workstation will be fine.
  • Run the Unlocker by running the win-install.cmd with Administrator right.
  • Open VMWare, create a new VM, Select Apple Mac OS X under Guest operating system and choose "macOS 10.15" under Version. Leave all the option to the default. We will update the Hard Disk later.
  • Click on Finish once finished.
  • Update the Hard Disk by Click on Edit virtual machine settings.

  • Add a new Hard Disk by click on Add.. -> Hard Disk

  • Select SATA -> Use an existing virtual disk

  • Choose the VMDk that I provided in the #Prerequisites. Click on Ok when Finished.
  • The VM will start normally.

Nam Le,

Last modified on August 31st, 2021 at 2:52 pm

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