pideja
Contributor
Contributor

Snow Leopard desktop on Fusion version 6

I have a MacPro (early 2008) running Mavericks and Snow Leopard. I have Fusion v6 on the Mavericks partition. Both OS are desktop version. Is there a way I can install or otherwise "tranfer" my Snow Leopard installation on the Fusion v6 thats sitting within Mavericks?

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WoodyZ
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Immortal

Mac OS X Snow Leopard (Client) is not allowed to be virtualized by its SLA, so no help may be provided with virtualizing Mac OS X Snow Leopard (Client) as it would violate the VMware Community Terms of Use to do so! Smiley Wink

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dlhotka
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Champion

Apple recently was selling a copy of 10.6.8 server for $20, but only over the phone.  If you get that, then you can install it in a fresh virtual machine, and use the migration wizard to bring over the old computer (you'll need to extract the hard drive and put it in a USB enclosure and plug it into the new host machine), then attach it to the virtual machine at the appropriate point.

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vmxmr
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Expert

See my response in this thread for more details:

Need to run OSX 10.6 in a VM in OSX 10

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