So the new version of macOS Catalina 10.15.7 is now available for download. macOS users should be able to easily update or upgrade to this new version without any issues. But how about Hackintosh users? So I have a running macOS Catalina virtual machine on my Proxmox VE. I also got this update notification on my Software Center. The question is can I update my macOS Catalina Hackintosh to this new release? Will it break my Hackintosh? Let’s find out.
Before we continue, you may interested on the following article:
- How to install macOS Catalina on Proxmox VE
- Install macOS Catalina on AMD Ryzen with OpenCore Boot Loader
For your information, I am running macOS Catalina 10.15.6 with Open Core Boot loader. This Hackintosh was installed on Proxmox VE as a virtual machine with GPU Passthrough enabled.
Let’s press the Update Now button. Basically, it will download about 2.4 GB from the internet. So it will take a while to complete.
A few minutes later……
The installation went pretty well. I got no issues. And finally, I can update the macOS Catalina Hackintosh to version 10.15.7.
If you have a Hackintosh PC running macOS Catalina 10.15.6, I think you can safely update the macOS to latest version of 10.15.7.
The update from 10.15.6 to 10.15.7 doesn’t work for me.
I keep getting asked to restart my Mac. After a restart, the “An update is available” window appears again.
MacOS VM on Proxmox 6.2 with all updates, bootloader OpenCore v7.