Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 (13E28) (Image for VMware)
Name: Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 (13E28) (Image for VMware)
Size: 5.65 GB

Description for Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 (13E28) (Image for VMware)

Year: 2014
Version: 10.9.4 (13E28)
Developer: Apple Inc.
Developer's site:
Platform: Intel only
Interface language: Multilingual
Tablet: Not required

System requirements:
Intel processor with VT-x support and SSE3 technology (i3, i5, i7 and others)
VMware Workstation 10 and above
WinRar 4.0 and above / 7-Zip 7.2 and above
1 GB of RAM (2 GB or more recommended)

VMware virtual machine with Mac OS X Mavericks installed. Before you start working with the machine, be sure to apply (as administrator) the VMware Unlocker contained in the archive.
To select the desired screen resolution, first set it in the virtual machine’s settings in the Display section, and then in the settings of Mac OS X itself in the System Preferences - Monitor. Now the resolution is 1600x900. Other parameters (number of CPU cores, memory, etc.) also choose according to your equipment.


To start the machine, the processor must support virtualization (If it is disabled, it must be enabled in the BIOS)

To reduce the brakes, it is recommended to run VMware Player in

Installation Method
1. Install VMware Workstation 10 and higher.
2. We use on behalf of the administrator a patch from the VMware Unlocker archive located on the path VMware Unlocker - Mac OS X Guest VMware 8.x + 9.x + 10.x Series VMware Workstation Unlocker - Windows
3. If your computer does not support virtualization , try to apply as administrator a patch from the VMware Unlocker archive from the VMware Unlocker folder - Hardware Virtualization Bypasser
4. Open the OS X Mavericks.vmx image via File-> Open
5. Set up the virtual machine for your hardware.
6. Run

Setting the screen resolution
1. Be sure to register the desired resolution in the Virtual Machine Settings and save.

2. Launch Mac OS. In System Preferences - Monitor - Scaling - the resolution you need appears.

3. Instead of item 2, you can select the "best for monitor" item in System Preferences - Monitor

How to make iMessage work. By clawhammer642
1. We load Mac OS in normal mode (EFI) from distribution
2. We install the Chimera 2.2.1 bootloader (
3. Using the ChameleonWizard program we generate the model of poppy SMBIOS.plist, for example, I now have MacbookPro8,1, the serial is generated just in case with a few clicks. On the Modules tab, we additionally check the FileNVRAM.dylib
4 checkbox . We also set the alternative sound driver EnsoniqAudioPCI_v1.0.3_Common_Installer.pkg
(because after loading through Chimera the hdaudio sound virtual device is no longer perceived by the system and could not be repaired)

5. Turn off the virtual machine
6. In OS X Mavericks.vmx, edit the lines
a) ethernet0.virtualDev = "e1000"
b) sound.virtualDev = "es1371"
c) firmware = "bios"
d) keyboard.vusb.enable = "TRUE"
e) mouse.vusb.absDisabled = "TRUE"

7. After loading in the terminal, we find out our UUID with the command ioreg -lw0 | grep PlatformUUID copy it to the clipboard
8. Find a similar file along the path Extra nvram-XXXXXXXXXXXX.plist and open it with a text editor or Plist editor.
9. We see a line of a similar type ID = "3"> 0x18D03DA09-5E7D-57CC-B7A3-26ACE31A809A. Instead of the UUID written in this file, insert the one that was copied to the buffer.
10. Reboot
11. Profit!

A way to reduce the VMDK file size of a virtual machine. Author _KOLIA_
1.Finder-> Programs-> Utilities-> Disk Utility

2.We wait for the process to finish and close the
virtual machine 3. Download Virtual Disk Development Kit
4. vmware-vdiskmanager.exe -k "C: Mac OS OS X Mavericks. vmdk "(specify your path)

Installed programs
VMware Tools - Access shared folders, shared clipboard and more
VMsvga2 v1.2.5 - 128 MB of
Google Chrome video memory is available
Builder Audiobook
the Paragon the NTFS 9.0.1

The amounts of
the CRC32: 3E39A4BC
the MD5: C4977D6D48E589B3DB6E8642DA027AB0
the SHA-1: 4331E2E8FE59531F79DCF1EB8BC6B464624CF345

1. Integrated all the updates from the AppStore available on 07/24/14
2. Returned to the letter keyboard layout support E
3. VMware tools updated to version 6.0 .4
4. Now from the distribution you can download the latest version of VMware tools and the VMSvga2 1.2.5 video driver



Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 (13E28) (Image for VMware)Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 (13E28) (Image for VMware)Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.4 (13E28) (Image for VMware)