Niresh Mac OS X Yosemite Download is the most impressive Apple operating system with ton of new features and amazing graphics. This operating system is designed to be much more user friendly then older versions. The graphics is designed for AMD processors while you can also run it on Intel graphics chipset as well. To install Niresh Mac OS X Yosemite you will need VirtualBox software that designed for Mac OS to detect your PC ADM64 or Intel 64 bit processor and the software is free of cost.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS / SPECS / CAN I RUN IT
- Processor ::::: Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD Athlon Dual Core or higher.
- Hard Disk ::::: 20 GB.
- Ram ::::: 2 GB.
- Graphics card ::::: *****.
- Sound ::::: Yes.
HOW TO INSTALL NIRESH MAC OS X YOSEMITE 101.10.1 ON PC / INSTALLATION GUIDE / INSTALLATION METHOD
- STEP ONE IS TO EXTRACT NIRESH MAC OS X YOSEMITE
- STEP TWO IS SETUP A VIRUALBOX VIRTUALBOX 4.3 OR 5.0
- STEP THREE IS TO CREAT NEW VIRTUAL MACHINE AND THE LATEST BOOTLOADER AMD DISK (You can do that by (1)Click on New (2) Name = Mac OS X 101.10.1 Yosemite Niresh Ver 2 (3) Type = Mac OS (4) Vesion Mac OS X 101.10 (5) Add AMD Bootload Disk to your virtual machine.
- STEP FOUR IS TO ADD YOSEMITE VITUAL MACHINE DISK (VMDK FILE) ( Click on (1) Setting > Storage > Add Hard Disk and Select Mac OS X Yosemite Niresh and Add AMD.vmdk.
- STEP FIVE IS TO EDIT YOUR VIRTUAL MACHINE (1) Select SYSTEM > Disable EFI > Chipset PIIX3 or IHC9 (2) Now Click on NETWORK > Add Adapter Type.
- STEP 6 IS TO RUN YOSEMITE AMD ON VIRTUAL MACHINE (This might take several minutes to complete) Following additonal information may help you
- AMD, Haswell and HP Laptop users may have to use custom kernel in order to make the system boot & work properly
- AMD Users : /amd
- : /amd1
- : /amd2
- : /amd64
- : /amd32 (its actually a 64 bit kernel)
- : /amdfx (can also boot non FX Processors)
- Haswell Users : /haswell
- HP Laptops with Intel Processors : /hp or /hp1
- To use a custom kernel you just have to type the correct kernel name listed in above
- example to Boot with AMD kernel
- just type : /amd
- then press the Enter key