MAC OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.5 AMD/Intel (2010) PC

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Name: MAC OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.5 AMD/Intel (Image for VMware/Virtual box)
Publication type: virtual operating system
Purpose: Purpose - graphics, educational, musical, etc.
Developer: Apple
Year: 2010
Platform: PC
Version: 10.6.5
Interface language: Russian + English
Tablet: not required
System requirements: Intel/Amd processor PREFERABLY with virtualization support for more comfortable work!
Description: [spoiler= "Hidden text"]This is a pre-installed Snow Leopard 10.6 Retail updated to 10.6.5, an image for a VMware virtual machine.
You can install the latest SDK for Iphone on this image
network -
sound works
- screen resolution works - any
administrator password is empty
how to change it read here of changes

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1. Improved Virtual box support
2. On disk WmVare Tools and sound Drivers for Virtual Box and VMware
Installation instructions:

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1. Unzip the MacOs10 archive.6.5.7z to any folder
3. open the downloaded pre-installed image.
If your processor supports MacOs10 hardware virtualization.6.5 or MacOs10.6.5_x64 depending on the architecture.
If your non-processor supports MacOs10 hardware virtualization.6.5_legation
4. Select Copied.(copied)
5. Select CD/DVD in devices
6. specify the use of ISO images, select an image nawcomModCD.iso for 32-bit systems or nawcomModCD_x64.iso for 64-bit
7. Select connect when power on.
8. verify the virtual machine settings (this image is configured for 2 cores and 1 GB of RAM if you have fewer cores, fix it)
Known issues[spoiler= "Hidden text"]1. Flash does not work with safe use Firefox
2. I personally have no sound in the Virtual box anyway, if anyone can fix it, write how
3. USB does not work in the Virtual box, again, I do not know what the matter is
4. If the screen resolution does not change, try to put this
5. after starting the machine, do not immediately turn on the axis, it is necessary to let the loader connect everything when rebooting this is no longer required.
6. if it does not start on your machine and freezes - it's okay, sometimes it happens, try to reset the virtual machine and wait longer after the OS selection appears- It will work on all processors-Important!!!!

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If your processor supports hardware virtualization.
use MacOs10 machines.6.5 or MacOs10.6.5_x64 depending on the system architecture (x64 - the experimental version is loaded in graphical 32-bit mode, but you can run x64 applications).
If your processor does not support hardware virtualization.
use a MacOs10 machine.6.5_light
-About virtualization: [spoiler= "Hidden text"]if you don't know what processor you have or don't know if it supports virtualization or not -
However, keep in mind the Processor-z shows only the processor's support for this mode, it can simply be turned off
Protected - a program for determining support for 64-bit architecture and virtualization
Protected - shows only the current state (the processor can and supports see Processor-z and it is not enabled)
Enabling Intel VT technology support on Sony VAIO, Toshiba, Lenovo and other laptops
If you are sure that your processor supports virtualization and it is not enabled in the bios, it just sometimes helps to update the BIOS to the latest version.
how to update the BIOS
Updating the bios of Asrok motherboards
MSI .zip
for others, look on the website of the motherboard manufacturer
Processors supporting Hardware virtualization
Athlon 64 ("Orleans")
Athlon 64 X2 (Windsor)
Athlon 64 FX ("Windsor")
Athlon 64 and Athlon 64 X2 processor family with "F" or "G" switching to AM2 socket,
Turion 64 X2 and Opteron 2nd generation and 3rd generation,
Phenom and Phenom II processors.
AMD-V is not supported by any Socket 939 processors. The only Sempron processors that support it are Sable, Huron and Sargas.
Pentium 4 662 and 672
Pentium Extreme Edition 955 and 965 (not Pentium 4 Extreme Edition with HT)
Pentium D 9x0
Core 2 Duo E6300, E6400, E6320, E6420, E6540, E6550, E6600, E6700, E6750, E6850 (Conroe)
Core 2 Duo E5400, E7600, E8200, E8300, E8400, E8500, E8600 and some versions E7400 and E7500 (Wolfdale)
Mobile Core 2 Duo T5600, T6670, T7100, T7200, T7250, T7300, T7400, T7500, T7600G, T7700, T7800, U7500, L7200, L7300, L7400, L7500, L7700, U7500, U7600, U7700 (Merom)
Mobile Core 2 Duo SU7300, SU9300, SU9400, SU9600, SL9300, SL9380, SL9400, SL9600, SP9300, SP9400, SP9600, P7350 (mac), P7370, P7550 (confirmed), P7570, P8400, P8600, P8700, P8800, P9500, P9600, P9700, T8100, T8300, T9300, T9400, T9500, T9550, T9600, Mobile Core 2 Duo SU7300, SU9300, SU9400, SU9600, SU9600, SL9300, SL9600, SL9300, SP9400, SP9400, SP9600, SP9400, SP9600, SP9400, Sp9600, Sp9300, Sp9300, Sp9300, P9300, P9300, T9300, T9400, T9500, T9550, T9600, T9800, T9900 (Penrhyn)
Core 2 Quad Q6600, Q6700 (Kentsfield)
Quad-core Core 2 processor Q8400, Q8400S, Q9300, Q9400, Q9400S, Q9450, Q9550, Q9550S, Q9650 and some versions of Q8300 (Yorkfield)
Core 2 Extreme X6800 (Conroe XE)
Core 2 Extreme QX6700, QX6800, QX6850 (Kentsfield XE)
Core 2 Extreme QX9650, QX9770, QX9775 (Yorkfield XE)
Xeon 3300 and +, 5000, 7000 series
Atom Z520, Z530, Z540, Z550 (Silverthorn)
all Intel Core i3
processors all Intel Core i5
processors all Intel Core i7 processors
Dual-core Pentium E6300, E6500, E6600 processor and some versions of E5300 and E5400* [1]
Celeron SU2300, E3200, E3300, E3400
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