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    Mar 08, 2010
    15'' 2.53 GHz MacBook Pro and iPod Touch 2G 8GB
    Virtual Box with mac os x lion
    so i downloaded mac os lion beta and i installed on new partition
    i used disk utility to get the partition onto a DMG
    i went into terminal and wrote: VBoxManage convertdd lion.dmg lion.vdi
    this worked then i made a new machine in Virtual Box 4 and used the vdi
    i tried using both types: "mac os x > mac os x server" and "BSD > freeBSD"
    all i get is this pic:
    help what do i do now?

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    Oct 19, 2008
    Early 2015 13" rMBP
    Please take a look at this thread. Please contact Apple if you are having issues with the Lion build that you have.

    Also note that the EULA for OS X may prohibit you from virtualizing Lion. You should also contact Apple to clarify this point.
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