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  • Create a VM with 2cores, 4GB RAM, 40GB HDD, and all the PAE/NX/EFI stuff enabled. Make sure to define High Sierra as the OS, or you will have issues booting. If you do not have a target disk to install to, go to Disk Utility and format the virtual volume, and try the install again.
  • Note: if you have two guest operating systems installed on a VM, you should install VMware Tools on both operating systems. Now the disk image that contains the VMware Tools installer is inserted in the virtual CD/DVD drive. In Ubuntu 18, the virtual DVD disc is mounted automatically and you can see its shortcut on the Desktop.
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The following instructions walk you through the process of creating a virtual machine that runs windows using VMware Fusion 8 for Mac.
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Creating VMware Fusion VM. Open VMware Fusion; Select “Add +” then “New” Select “Install from disc or image” Open Finder and go to the Applications folder; Drag and drop “Install macOS Sierra.app” from Finder to the VMware window; Select “Install macOS Sierra.app” and select “continue” On the next menu feel free to.

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Installing VMware Fusion.

  1. Download VMware Fusion 8 from IS&T Computing Help.
  2. Run the file once the download completes.
  3. Once the download completes double click on the VMware Fusion Icon to install.
  4. If prompted, choose to open the installer.
  5. Click the Agree button on the Terms and Conditions page.
  6. Input the license key provided from IS&T Computing Help and click 'Continue'.

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Downloading Windows

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  1. Download desired version of Windows from IS&T website IS&T Computing Help.

Installing Windows on VMware Fusion

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  1. Choose 'Install from disc or image' on the VMware Fusion “Select the Installation Method” window and click 'Continue'.
  2. On the “Create a New Virtual Machine” page click the button “Use another disc or disc image” and navigate to the Windows .iso file that was previously downloaded (during the Downloading Windows sub-section) and click “Open”.
    1. The picture below should show what the screen looks like after the file has been opened (though the version of Windows may vary).
  3. On the 'Choose Operating System' page, select the appropriate Operating System for the version of Windows downloaded and click “Continue”.
  4. The virtual machine created should automatically open up and the start up process for your version of Windows should begin.