We all install Virtual machine software to use guest operating systems on our host OS. Last time we covered the guide to installing the macOS Big Sur on VMware. After installing macOS Big Sur, usually, computers and laptops show some unusual behaviors.
Like not showing Full screen, mediocre screen resolution, and so on, the good news is that there is a way to fix these issues. And therefore, in this article, we’ve explained step by step how to fix macOS Big Sur screen resolution on VMware.
Well, apart from the screen resolution problems, there could be several other problems too, after installing the macOS Big Sur on VMware on the Windows operating system.
For example, you might not be able to copy and paste things between the operating systems. Or some people also face issues with the movement of the mouse cursor.
But don’t worry, this article will solve all those issues that appear after installing the macOS Big Sur on Windows 10.
Fix macOS Big Sur screen resolution on VMware:
There is a tool that comes with the VMware products called VMWare tools. This package also comes with the VMware workstation.
This is an additional tool pack, which isn’t installed by default. And when the computers show unusual behavior, then these tools are required.
So, the above-mentioned issues are also due to not installing the VMware tools.
Most of the time, if the problems don’t occur due to the system, it means that the issue lies in the Virtual machine. And for VMware Workstation, the VMware tools are the best solution.
So, let’s see how you can install VMware tools on macOS Big Sur and eliminate all the temporary issues from the Virtual Machine.
the process is quite straightforward, you just need you your computer, and an internet connection, so you might need to install the VMware tools manually if the original pack doesn’t work.
- Start your VMware workstation.
- Right-click on the macOS Big Sur Virtual machine. Among the options, you should be able to see the Install VMware tools… option.
- Select this option, and you’ll enter a new window. In this new Window, you have two options.
- Whether you want to install or uninstall VMware tools. So, as you’ve not installed it yet. We’ll go with the installation.
- Next, in the new window, there are some steps, that you have to cover to successfully install the VMware tools.
- These steps include an introduction, destination selection, installation type, and the last one complete installation.
- When you follow these steps, a green tick will appear in the summary window with a success message, which means that the VMware tools have been installed on the system.
Now you can close the VMware virtual machine and restart it.
All the mission options should appear. And all those functions that didn’t work properly, should work like butter.
Frequently, some systems don’t catch the setting in the first time, as our experience says.
The additional step you can follow is that you can uninstall the VMware tools once, from where you installed them earlier.
Then reinstall it again. And you can repeat this process up to three times. And most possibly the reinstallation should work here.
If that doesn’t work then there is a final thing you can try, and that is you can install the VMWare tools manually.
We have also prepared the VMware tools manually so that frequently the traditional method doesn’t work for many. So, in that case, they can install it manually. There is a separate article on how to install the VMware tools on macOS Big Sur manually.
You can check that article and your problem will be solved.
There are two most popular Virtual machines right now in the market. The VMWare and Virtualbox. And often both virtual machines show this sort of unusual behavior.
But the good thing about them is that there are solutions to these problems. So, if you also have a problem with the screen resolution, you can try out the steps written down in the article and fix the macOS Big Sur screen resolution on VMware.
Is the manual file of VMware tools safe?
The file is totally safe to download. We have prepared this file, for those who can’t solve the screen resolution issue with the original file.
I don’t face any issues with the new macOS Big Sur on VMware, should I install the Package?
If there are no issues with the macOS Big Sur as the guest operating system on VMware tools, there is no need to install the VMware tools. However, there are a few things that take time to realize.
Does the file appear with the time if not installed?
No, the file remains on the VMware Virtualbox. This pack is installed automatically when VMware has downloaded the operating systems.
I tried out every method but now works, what should I do?
Well, this is a very rare situation in which none of the options work. Could you please share the details with us through the comment, so that we could see what causes the problem and why it is not solved?