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MacOS High Sierra Final 6 part ( Google Drive ) Download. MacOS High Sierra Final One Full ( Google Drive ) Download. Conclusion: Therefore, This was all about the Iso file of VMware and Virtualbox. So, enjoy the macOS High Sierra operating system on VMware and Virtualbox. We love to read your feedback and suggestion about this article. In terms of installing High Sierra particularly on a virtual machine, there are two options. First, we’ve to install High Sierra on VMware and install macOS High Sierra on VirtualBox. So as we did install High Sierra on VMware, we’ll now install High Sierra on VirtualBox in a new method. For this installation, we’ll need VirtualBox first. Download macOS High Sierra VMware & VirtualBox Image; That’s was for installing High Sierra on Mac. But for installing macOS High Sierra on Windows, which you definitely can, there are two ways to do it. In the first procedure, we can install macOS High Sierra with High Sierra VMDK file. Here’s how to do it. /////ABREME NUEVA VERSION: Hola! Espero que os sirva. Cualquier duda no dudeis (equisde) en ponerla.

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This seems to be a common issue but despite going through several help forums I have yet to found a solution to my problem.
My host computer is a Macbook Pro running Sierra version 10.12.6. Running VirtualBox Version 5.1.26. I am attempting to create a virtual machine running Windows 10. I have created a 35 GB virtual disk (.vdi file) with 3 MB of memory and have the Windows 10 .iso file downloaded through my University. I have both the .vdi and .iso set up on the SATA Controller, ports 0 and 1 respectively. When I try to boot the VB I receive the 'FATAL: Could not read from the boot medium! System halted' error. I attached an image with an overview of the machine I set up.
I am having trouble determining if it is the image file or the virtual disk causing me problems. I got the image file from a reliable source and there should be no problems with it as far as I know. Is there perhaps something I have to do with the .iso file to make sure it is bootable? I've read mixed things on this but it seems like VB should work directly with the .iso file.

Here is a section of my VBOX.log which may be helpful:

00:00:04.162419 VMMDev: Guest Log: BIOS: Boot : bseqnr=1, bootseq=0123
00:00:04.162839 VMMDev: Guest Log: BIOS: CDROM boot failure code : 0004
00:00:04.163197 VMMDev: Guest Log: BIOS: Boot from CD-ROM failed
00:00:04.163461 VMMDev: Guest Log: BIOS: Boot : bseqnr=2, bootseq=0012

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00:00:04.168326 VMMDev: Guest Log: BIOS: Boot from Hard Disk 0 failed

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00:00:04.168617 VMMDev: Guest Log: BIOS: Boot : bseqnr=3, bootseq=0001
00:00:04.168854 VMMDev: Guest Log: BIOS: Boot from Floppy 0 failed

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00:00:04.169660 VMMDev: Guest Log: Could not read from the boot medium! System halted.

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Any help would be much appreciated.VirtualboxI am trying to install a Sierra guest OS on my Mac Pro running Sierra and the boot seems to get stuck at the same spot every time. I've attached the latest log file.
It's weird, I thought I did my homework, making sure I was only making the virtual machine on Mac hardware, I download the install app from the store, I used the script I found here to convert it to an iso file (I also had to modify it to include 10.12.4 as a valid version as it only went up to 10.12.3), made a 64-bit OS X vm with El Capitan (most recent version it showed in the list), gave it the iso file on boot, it tries to boot with a bunch of terminal errors showing and then eventually gets stuck on some gIOScreenLockState 3 message.

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Any ideas of how to resolve this? Or do I need to wait for some investigation into 10.12.4 changes?