in this article, I will show you How to Enter macOS Mojave Full Screen Resolution on VirtualBox. However, you successfully installed macOS Mojave on VMware and VirtualBox. Therefore, there is something that you cannot enter the full-screen mode on macOS Mojave. As you know that macOS Mojave is the latest update of the Mac operating system, that consist of high-quality high performance, and high graphics and coolest features. Certainly, macOS Mojave have a high-security level and great tweaks the make users friendly to each other. So, if you don’t have a Mac computer to install macOS Mojave and sip the taste of that.
In this case, don’t worry now you can install macOS Mojave on VirtualBox as a guest machine. Just by downloading and installing VirtualBox on your PC. After that, you can have a better experience on it. VirtualBox is a great Virtualization machine that allows the users, to use the complete mode of macOS Mojave on it. Even you can test the old version of macOS operating system on it.
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Enter macOS Mojave Full Screen Resolution on VirtualBox
Those who are installing macOS Mojave, or any other Mac operating system on the computer. Therefore, the problem or error of entering full-screen mode on macOS Mojave it might be common for all of those heavy users of macOS on Windows. It is known that while you are installing macOS Mojave operating system on VirtualBox and VMware, most of the time you are unable to change that into full-screen mode. But in here I will declare the way of solution for you, And in below screen, you will see that the screen size of macOS Mojave on VirtualBox is 17.8-inch (1024 x 768).
Note: This below screen resolution only can be changeable on your macOS Mojave on VirtualBox. However, one more important guide is this that your VirtualBox should be updated to the latest version, otherwise, you are not allowed to change the screen resolution of macOS Mojave.
- HD- 1280 720
- Full Screen- 1920 x 1280
- Quad HD- 2560 x 1440
- And others screen modes like 1280 x 800, 1280 x 1024
Step #1. In the first step, you are going to replace the codes, therefore, for this open VirtualBox then go to settings of macOS Mojave. Then copy the given name of the operating system, then paste with “Your VM Name”.
Important Note: At the last of VM code you see a letter “X”, in place of X copy the size of screen resolution, and replace that with Later “X” like below screenshot. In that case, you can change the screen size of macOS Mojave on VirtualBox.
cd "C:\Program Files\Oracle\Virtualbox" VBoxManage setextradata "VM Name" VBoxInternal2/EfiGopMode N Where X can be one of 0,1,2,3,4,5 referring to the 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024, 1440x900, 1900x1200 0 1 2 3 4 5
Step 2#. After that, you replaced the name of VM machine, therefore, go to start menu and run Command Prompt as Administrator.
Run Command Prompt “CMD” As Administrator
Step #3. In this step, copy the edited codes and step by step copy and paste that by pressing enter. After that, the code is copied run VirtualBox, then run macOS Mojave and check that the screen resolution is changed or not.
Step #4. While you are coming to macOS Mojave login screen, there you will see that your screen size is totally changed from 17.8-inch (1024 x 768). To HD size then enjoy macOS Mojave with full-screen size.
Step #5. However, you are done with a full-screen mode of macOS Mojave. And the Display is now 30.5-inch (1920 x 1080) and the size of the display is 7 MB. Therefore, if you want to bring some changes on the screen go to about Mac and change the size. Certainly, congratulations you are successful to enter the full-screen mode on macOS Mojave on VirtualBox.
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