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graceboy

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I have installed hackintosh in virtual machine after 5 days of trying to dual boot hackintosh with windows Maybe due to ACHI is not supported by my motherboard i stuck on installing 
My specs are amd a8 , ram 4gb , harddisk 128gb ssd 
Then i tried virtual machine i installed hackintosh yosemite and xcode even unity but Unity is not running i tried Virtualbox guest addition but it dont have mac version for installing

So Help me 
How to run Unity3d 5 on hackintosh ??
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I don't think you can do a hackintosh with an AMD processor. At least all the guides say to get an Intel. I've heard one person who got virtual machine working on his AMD but he had to use some hack (don't know what he used). This is best guide I know: http://www.tonymacx86.com/yosemite-desktop-guides/143976-unibeast-install-os-x-yosemite-any-supported-intel-based-pc.html
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It's not a hackintosh if you are running Mac OSX on a Virtual Machine in windows. A hackintosh has a Mac's hardware or aprox. and the MACOSX installed on the drive. And boot up like a MACintosh.
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It's not a hackintosh if you are running Mac OSX on a Virtual Machine in windows. A hackintosh has a Mac's hardware or aprox. and the MACOSX installed on the drive. And boot up like a MACintosh.


Yeah, but my point was that OSX only runs on Intel processors, whether the hardware is devoted to the os, or runs it in a VM. It still needs an Intel processor.
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I've done it before, but not running Unity in a VMachine. I used VMWare to run xcode and compile the xcode project that Unity exported in windows
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So much wrong in this thread.

1. No one installs MacOS in VMware or VirtualBox when you can download a working image from the Internet in 10 minutes

2. You cant run Unity in a MacOS Virtual Machine because the drivers dont exist that are needed to run the engine or even watch a video

3. Yes it can run on a AMD processor with a kernel patch, but still useless without drivers




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Hello!

Before I bought Imac I used vmware on PC to publish my IOS games. You CAN run Unity on VMware with macos and you CAN export project in unity and then put it in Xcode. I have AMD FX processor in my PC. The only problem I had was that I couldn't set more than 4Mb of ram to graphic card.(it was very slow)
If you have money... I recommend you to buy used Imac. I got it for 350€(early 2009). I only had to upgrade it with 4Gb(new one costs around 40$) of ram so that it runs a little bit faster. 

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The only problem I had was that I couldn't set more than 4Mb of ram to graphic card.(it was very slow)


You can add up to 128 MB with a custom kext and you can open Unity but you cant run the engine. If he wants to use it just to compile a project sure. But still, so slow and useless.

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Yes we cant run Unity but we can build From Xcode . i have installed Mac os in Vmware and then Xcode .
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