Sep 23, 2019 Once your bootable USB installation media is ready, remove it and insert it into your Mac, power it on, holding down the Option key, and select the USB you just created to reinstall Mac OS X. If you’re having issues trying to create a bootable media, you can get a USB flash drive that comes with Mac OSX ready to install.
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When a virtual machine is running, you can select whether a USB device connects to your Mac or to your virtual machine when you plug the device in.
With VMware Fusion, you can select what system a USB device connects to when you plug it in. You can also set that choice as the default connection whenever you attach that device in the future.
VMware Fusion must be open, with a virtual machine powered on.
(Optional) To make your connection selection the default for this device in the future, select Remember my choice and do not ask again.
You can change this default at any time in the USB & Bluetooth settings panel.
Select the system to which you want to connect the device.
The action you take depends on how many virtual machines are open.
Officially it isn't supported on a MAC. I have installed Oracle VirtualBox Version 5.2.0 r118431 (Qt5.6.3)
I have a Windows 7 64bit virtual machine setup and running which is up to date with all the drivers and service packs, there are no more updates when I check.
In the device manager there is one device with an exclamation mark by it, in Other devices: Base System Device
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Is it possible to map a USB device in VirtualBox on the host if the host Operating System doesn't support the hardware?