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Paragon Virtualization Manager
for Mac® OS X (10.5 / 10.6)

For personal
use only


With Paragon Virtualization Manager for Mac OS X (10.5 / 10.6) you can run your Leopard or Snow Leopard alongside with all data and programs on any Mac. Your system will be converted to a virtual machine, which is an exact clone of your software environment.

With this virtual machine you will be no longer restricted to concrete platform. You will become able to do your work, edit documents and run diverse solutions on any Mac.

Free download

How It Works

Step 1



  • Start Paragon Virtualization Manager for Mac OS X
  • Select the Mac hard disk drive and click Continue.


Step 2



  • Select the volume with your Mac OS X and the needed Virtual Machine type.
  • Select objects you need to virtualize. (You can select all volumes on your hard disk drive to be converted, or several of them.)
  • Click Continue.


In this example we choose only one partition with OS and VMware Fusion. This virtualization software supports only server versions of Mac OS, but you can use VirtualBox instead for your ordinary Mac OS X.

Step 3



  • Define the place where the virtualized system will be stored as a virtual disk image.
  • Click the Save and Continue buttons to start the conversion*.

 *Please note, the conversion process can take a long time (depends on how much files/data is included).

Step 4


Finally you will get the system converted.


Step 5


Now you have the virtual disk image. You have to create the virtual machine and run it in VMware Fusion.

  • Launch VMware Fusion.
  • Click New in the File menu.


Step 6


Select Continue without disc.

Step 7


Select Use an existing virtual disk.


Step 8


Find the previously created virtual disk file and click Choose.


Step 9


Click Continue.


Step 10



  • Select the operating system type and version.
  • Click Continue.


Step 11


Select the place where the virtual machine should be saved.


Step 12


Finish and close the Assistant.

Final step


Now you have the virtualized Mac OS X with all data and applications. Run the virtual machine to use them.