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► Windows on M1 Mac Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVxzCteaWnc
Updated video for Windows 11 ARM on UTM 4 here: https://youtu.be/KGZMV8IuUtA
Let’s Connect You Fix (No Internet) Windows 11 ARM Install M1 Mac – UTM, VMware: https://youtu.be/Ub3gHDBQuAI
This is a quick video showing how to install Windows 11 ARM on the M1 Mac using the open source application UTM 3.0.0. I explore some of the issues with installing using UTM 2.4.1 which is very buggy when installing Windows 11 ARM. However the method I outline is much more reliable and I have tested this on two different Macs. I also test out Fallout 2 running through UTM, the software runs but more demanding games won’t perform as well.
UTM GitHub – download 3.0.0: https://github.com/utmapp/UTM
Windows 11 ARM download: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windowsinsiderpreviewARM64
UTM 2.4.1 issues: https://github.com/utmapp/UTM/issues/3130
Spice Guest Tools: https://mac.getutm.app/support
► Convert VHDX to QCOW2 instructions:
1) Visit: https://brew.sh
2) Open Terminal
3) Enter command: brew install qemu
4) Run: qemu-img convert -p -O qcow2 (path) (path, rename .vhdx to .qcow2)
Master M1 game compatibility list: https://www.applegamingwiki.com/wiki/M1_compatible_games_master_list
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00:00 Virtual machine software costs money
01:01 UTM is FREE and open source
01:38 Download UTM 3.0.0
02:16 Setup VM in UTM
02:35 Download Windows 11 ARM Insider Preview
03:25 Optional: convert VHDX to QCOW2
03:59 Homebrew install
05:19 qemu install
05:28 Convert to QCOW2
06:38 Setup QCOW2 with UTM
06:50 Setup VM in UTM
07:46 Install Windows 11 ARM
08:35 Spice Guest Tools (network, graphics drivers)
09:23 Fixing resolution
10:36 Sharing folder
11:13 Gaming test: Steam and Fallout 2
12:07 Is UTM an alternative to Parallels?
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