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I'm using VirtualBox to install OS X 10.9, but when i try to launch the installer it just load and come back to let me select again what to launch.

If you see the screen, it's what happens everytime i press "enter".. it just enter loading for 1 sec and then come back.


My PC:

Intel core i7 4770

Ram: DDR3 8 gb

NVIDIA GeForce GTX760 192bit 3gb



RAM: 5 gb

Video: 128 mb

1 core


How can i fix this?


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why dont you do a normal install?

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why dont you do a normal install?

What do you mean with "normal install" ?


I fixed the problem by changing Mac to 64bit version in VirtualBox settings.


I would like to know what you mean with "normal install"


-- Now i'm stucked at loading

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Ohh im glad you solve the issue.and i ment do a normal install bythat i mean to make a mac os partition and install

Mac os 10.9 to it.

A normal install and not a virtual one

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