How to Install Mac OS X El Capitan on VirtualBox on PC. You will learn to download Mac OS X El Capitan for VirtualBox then how. Can you install an iso image in.
In this tutorial, I'll show how to install OS X 10.11 El Capitan on Virtualbox (5.0). If you have been reading my blog for some time (in that case, thank you!), you would know that I had made a post about creating a Yosemite VM.
The procedure's almost the same. I'll outline the main steps. For this, you need a computer running OS X (maybe your physical Mac or even the Yosemite VM) EDIT: Acco rding to, you can't cre ate a disk image for El Capitan (yet). So you'll have to stick with Yosemite and up grade. I did try another method for (re)installing El Capitan on a physical Mac which requires a recovery disk. I'll upload a Yosemite recovery disk and upload the steps to install EDIT: I have created a Yosemite - based Recovery Disk which can b e booted int o in Virtual Box.
I'll upload it soon. Meanwhile, you can use the Yosemite Installer DMG created in the other tutorial to install El Capitan (and any further OS X ( now becom ing macOS) releases) using this method. There are two methods: 1. Upgrading your existing VM: In your existing Yosemite VM, you can upgrade by downloading the El Capitan Installer from the App Store (keep a copy of it). Then, upgrade as you would a real Mac. Using the Yosemite Install/Recovery image.
Prerequisites: • My Yosemite Recovery image (1GB) (Will be uploaded soon)/The OS X Yosemite Installer DMG created in the other tutorial (~5GB) • The OS X Installer App (~3-4GB ) • CD image creation software (Windows: PowerISO, OS X: Disk Utility, Linux: xorriso) Open the CD image creation software of your choice and make a CD image containing the Installer '.app' folder (Steps will vary depending on system). N OTE: In Disk Utility, when aske d to save the Disk Image, make sure you select 'DVD/CD Ima ge' or 'Compressed' from the options. Also, do not keep any amount of encryption. Then, create a new VM with the following settings: OS: Mac OS X El Capitan (64 bit) RAM: As much as possible Hard disk: VDI, Dynamically Allocated, 500 GB or more, Close Virtualbox and open a Command Prompt with Admin privileges. Then, type the following (Replace the parts in capitals.