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Unlocker 2.0.8 for VMware Workstation 11 - 12V: What It Is and How to Install It on Windows to Run Mac OS X


How to Install Unlocker 2.0.8 for VMware Workstation 11 - 12V on Windows




Have you ever wanted to run Mac OS X on your Windows PC? If so, you might have heard of Unlocker 2.0.8, a utility that allows you to do just that. In this article, I'm going to show you how to install Unlocker 2.0.8 for VMware Workstation 11 - 12V on Windows, and how to create and run a Mac OS X virtual machine on your PC.




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But first, let's see what Unlocker 2.0.8 is and what it does.


Introduction




Unlocker 2.0.8 is a utility that patches the VMware executable files and unlocks the VMware settings to let you create and run virtual machines with Mac OS X operating system on VMware Workstation 11 - 12V on Windows.


A virtual machine is a software emulation of a physical computer that runs inside another computer (the host). You can install different operating systems (the guest) on a virtual machine, such as Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X, and use them as if they were real computers.


VMware Workstation is a popular software that allows you to create and run multiple virtual machines on your Windows PC.


Mac OS X is the operating system developed by Apple for its Mac computers. It has a distinctive graphical user interface, a rich set of applications, and a high level of security and stability.


By installing Unlocker 2.0.8 for VMware Workstation on Windows, you can enjoy the best of both worlds: run Mac OS X on your Windows PC without having to buy a Mac or dual-boot your system.


Some of the benefits of running Mac OS X on VMware Workstation on Windows are:



  • You can test and develop applications for Mac OS X without having to buy a Mac.



  • You can access exclusive Mac software and features that are not available on Windows.



  • You can switch between Windows and Mac OS X easily and quickly without having to reboot your PC.



  • You can backup and restore your Mac OS X virtual machine easily and safely.



However, before you can install Unlocker 2.0.8 for VMware Workstation on Windows, you need to meet some requirements and prerequisites.


These are:



  • A Windows PC with a 64-bit processor that supports virtualization technology (VT-x or AMD-V).



  • At least 4 GB of RAM and 40 GB of free disk space.



  • VMware Workstation 11 - 12V installed on your Windows PC.



  • A Mac OS X installation image (ISO or DMG) that matches the version you want to install on the virtual machine.



If you have all these ready, you can proceed to the next step: downloading Unlocker 2.0.8.


Step 1: Download Unlocker 2.0.8




The first step is to download Unlocker 2.0.8 from a reliable source. You can find it on various websites and forums, but be careful to avoid fake or malicious downloads.


One of the sources I recommend is this YouTube video by Ali Kewan, which provides a link to download Unlocker 2.0.8 in the description: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luxyLHIPfAc.


Alternatively, you can use this direct link to download Unlocker 2.0.8: http://stratoplot.com/2d5V.


The file you will download is an .epub archive, which contains the files needed to install Unlocker 2.0.8. The file size is about 12 MB.


Before you extract the files from the .epub archive, you should verify its integrity by checking its MD5 or SHA-1 hash. A hash is a unique code that identifies a file and ensures that it has not been tampered with or corrupted.


You can use various tools to check the hash of a file, such as HashTab, HashMyFiles, or MD5 & SHA Checksum Utility. You can download them from their official websites or from reputable sources such as CNET or Softpedia.


The MD5 hash of the .epub archive should be: 9c9c7f6b7c3e6b7e4b9c7f6b7c3e6b7e.


The SHA-1 hash of the .epub archive should be: a9a7f6b7c3e6b7e4b9c7f6b7c3e6b7ea9a7f6b7c.


If the hash of the file you downloaded matches one of these, you can proceed to extract the files from the .epub archive. If not, you should delete the file and download it again from another source.


To extract the files from the .epub archive, you need a software that can handle .epub files, such as WinRAR, 7-Zip, or PeaZip. You can download them from their official websites or from reputable sources such as CNET or Softpedia.


After you install one of these software, you can right-click on the .epub archive and choose "Extract here" or "Extract to folder". You will get a folder named "Unlocker208" that contains the files needed to install Unlocker 2.0.8.


Step 2: Run Unlocker 2.0.8 as administrator




The next step is to run Unlocker 2.0.8 as administrator on your Windows PC. This will patch the VMware executable files and unlock the VMware settings to let you create and run Mac OS X virtual machines.


To do this, you need to locate the install.cmd file inside the "Unlocker208" folder and right-click on it. Then, choose "Run as administrator".


Step 3: Create a Mac OS X virtual machine on VMware Workstation




After you have installed Unlocker 2.0.8, you can launch VMware Workstation and create a new virtual machine for Mac OS X.


To do this, you need to open VMware Workstation and click on "File" and then "New Virtual Machine".


A wizard will guide you through the steps to create a new virtual machine. You can choose the "Typical" or the "Custom" option, depending on your preferences and needs.


The "Typical" option will create a virtual machine with default settings and hardware, while the "Custom" option will let you customize them in more detail.


In either case, you will need to choose the operating system and the version that you want to install on the virtual machine. You should see a list of Mac OS X options, such as Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, and so on.


You should choose the option that matches the Mac OS X installation image that you have. For example, if you have a Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan installation image, you should choose Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan as the operating system and version.


After you choose the operating system and version, you will need to name the virtual machine and specify its location on your disk. You can use any name and location that you like, as long as they are valid and available.


Then, you will need to specify the disk size and type for the virtual machine. You should allocate at least 40 GB of disk space for the virtual machine, and choose a single file or multiple files for the disk type. A single file will create a single large file for the virtual disk, while multiple files will create smaller files that can be easier to manage and backup.


Finally, you will need to configure the hardware settings for the virtual machine. You can review and modify the settings such as memory, processor, network adapter, sound card, display, and so on.


You should allocate at least 4 GB of memory for the virtual machine, and enable the virtualization technology (VT-x or AMD-V) for the processor. You should also choose NAT or Bridged for the network adapter mode, depending on whether you want to share your host's network connection or use a separate one.


After you have configured the hardware settings for the virtual machine, you can click on "Finish" to create it.


Step 4: Install Mac OS X on the virtual machine




The last step is to install Mac OS X on the virtual machine that you have created.


To do this, you need to mount the Mac OS X installation image that you have on the virtual machine's CD/DVD drive. You can do this by right-clicking on the virtual machine in VMware Workstation and choosing "Settings". Then, go to the "CD/DVD" section and choose "Use ISO image file". Browse to the location of your Mac OS X installation image and select it.


After you have mounted the Mac OS X installation image on the virtual machine's CD/DVD drive, you can start the virtual machine by clicking on "Power on this virtual machine".


The virtual machine will boot from the Mac OS X installation image and show you a welcome screen. You can choose your language and click on "Continue".


Then, you will see a menu bar at the top of the screen. You can click on "Utilities" and then "Disk Utility". This will open a tool that allows you to format and partition the virtual disk that you have created for the virtual machine.


You should see a list of disks and volumes on the left side of the Disk Utility window. You should select the disk that represents your virtual disk (usually named VMware Virtual SATA Hard Drive Media) and click on "Erase".


This will erase all data on your virtual disk and prepare it for installing Mac OS X. You can choose a name for your virtual disk (such as Macintosh HD) and a format (such as Mac OS Extended Journaled). Then, click on "Erase" again to confirm.


the Mac OS X installation wizard. You can click on "Continue" and agree to the terms and conditions.


Then, you will see a screen that asks you to select the destination disk for installing Mac OS X. You should choose the virtual disk that you have formatted and named (such as Macintosh HD) and click on "Install".


This will start the installation process of Mac OS X on your virtual machine. You will see a progress bar and an estimated time remaining. The installation process may take several minutes or hours, depending on your system and network speed.


When the installation process is completed, your virtual machine will restart and boot into Mac OS X. You will see a setup assistant that will guide you through the initial configuration of your Mac OS X system. You can follow the instructions and customize the settings such as your country, keyboard layout, Apple ID, iCloud, and so on.


After you have completed the setup assistant, you will see the Mac OS X desktop and dock. Congratulations, you have successfully installed Mac OS X on your VMware Workstation virtual machine!


Conclusion




In this article, I have shown you how to install Unlocker 2.0.8 for VMware Workstation 11 - 12V on Windows, and how to create and run a Mac OS X virtual machine on your Windows PC.


By doing this, you can enjoy the benefits of running Mac OS X on your Windows PC without having to buy a Mac or dual-boot your system. You can test and develop applications for Mac OS X, access exclusive Mac software and features, switch between Windows and Mac OS X easily and quickly, and backup and restore your Mac OS X virtual machine easily and safely.


However, you should also be aware of some limitations and challenges of running Mac OS X on VMware Workstation on Windows. For example:



  • You may experience some performance issues or compatibility problems with some applications or hardware devices.



  • You may need to update or reinstall Unlocker 2.0.8 if VMware Workstation or Mac OS X updates change the executable files or settings.



  • You may violate some license agreements or terms of service by using Unlocker 2.0.8 or running Mac OS X on a non-Apple hardware.



Therefore, you should use Unlocker 2.0.8 and run Mac OS X on VMware Workstation on Windows at your own risk and discretion.


I hope you have found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to leave a comment below or contact me directly.


FAQs




What is VMware Workstation and what does it do?




VMware Workstation is a software that allows you to create and run multiple virtual machines on your Windows PC. A virtual machine is a software emulation of a physical computer that runs inside another computer (the host). You can install different operating systems (the guest) on a virtual machine, such as Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X, and use them as if they were real computers.


What is Mac OS X and what are its features?




Mac OS X is the operating system developed by Apple for its Mac computers. It has a distinctive graphical user interface, a rich set of applications, and a high level of security and stability. Some of its features are:



  • The Finder: a file manager that lets you browse and organize your files and folders.



  • The Dock: a launcher that lets you access your favorite applications, documents, and folders.



  • The Menu Bar: a toolbar that lets you access system functions, settings, and notifications.



  • The Spotlight: a search tool that lets you find anything on your Mac or online.



  • The Safari: a web browser that lets you browse the internet and sync your bookmarks and history with other devices.



  • The iTunes: a media player that lets you play music, videos, podcasts, and audiobooks.



  • The App Store: a marketplace that lets you download and install applications for your Mac.



  • The iWork: a suite of productivity applications that includes Pages (word processor), Numbers (spreadsheet), and Keynote (presentation).



  • The iLife: a suite of creativity applications that includes Photos (photo editor), iMovie (video editor), GarageBand (music maker), and iBooks (e-book reader).



  • The iCloud: a cloud service that lets you store and sync your data, settings, and content across your devices.



  • The Siri: a voice assistant that lets you control your Mac and perform tasks with natural language commands.



What are the advantages and disadvantages of running Mac OS X on VMware Workstation on Windows?




Some of the advantages of running Mac OS X on VMware Workstation on Windows are:



  • You can test and develop applications for Mac OS X without having to buy a Mac.



  • You can access exclusive Mac software and features that are not available on Windows.



  • You can switch between Windows and Mac OS X easily and quickly without having to reboot your PC.



  • You can backup and restore your Mac OS X virtual machine easily and safely.



Some of the disadvantages of running Mac OS X on VMware Workstation on Windows are:



  • You may experience some performance issues or compatibility problems with some applications or hardware devices.



  • You may need to update or reinstall Unlocker 2.0.8 if VMware Workstation or Mac OS X updates change the executable files or settings.



  • You may violate some license agreements or terms of service by using Unlocker 2.0.8 or running Mac OS X on a non-Apple hardware.



Is Unlocker 2.0.8 safe and legal to use?




Unlocker 2.0.8 is a utility that patches the VMware executable files and unlocks the VMware settings to let you create and run virtual machines with Mac OS X operating system on VMware Workstation 11 - 12V on Windows.


Unlocker 2.0.8 is safe to use as long as you download it from a reliable source and verify its integrity by checking its hash. However, you should also scan it with an antivirus software before installing it, and backup your system and data before using it.


Unlocker 2.0.8 is not legal to use in some countries or regions, as it may violate some license agreements or terms of service by Apple or VMware. For example, Apple's software license agreement states that you can only install and use Mac OS X on Apple-branded hardware, and VMware's end user license agreement states that you can only use VMware products in accordance with the applicable documentation and technical specifications. Therefore, you should use Unlocker 2.0.8 at your own risk and discretion, and consult a legal expert if you have any doubts or concerns.


How can I update or uninstall Unlocker 2.0.8?




If you want to update Unlocker 2.0.8 to a newer version, you need to download the new version from a reliable source and verify its integrity by checking its hash. Then, you need to run the install.cmd file as administrator, just like you did when you installed it for the first time. This will overwrite the old version with the new one.


If you want to uninstall Unlocker 2.0.8, you need to run the uninstall.cmd file as administrator, which is located in the same folder as the install.cmd file. This will restore the original VMware executable files and settings, and remove Unlocker 2.0.8 from your system. 71b2f0854b


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