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I have read everyone's comments. Thanks for taking the time to post. There are many things I would like to say about the specifics of 64-bit support, but unfortunately it is VMware policy that we CANNOT discuss unannounced products. As I said in the blog post, we are taking 64-bit seriously but that is all I can say publicly at this time due to VMware policy. If you are interested in beta testing future versions of VMware Fusion, click here to sign up. http://info.vmware.com/content/6693_FusionTest_REG Best, Pat Lee Director, Personal Desktop Products VMware
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Sam, The instructions were to run the Uninstaller. Please go and post this in the communities to get better support at: http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/desktop/fusion This will allow for a better conversation. Pat
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Sam, Your Virtual Machine is a self contained folder that includes applications and everything. The Virtual Machine will NOT be touched by the uninstall/reinstall. Only the VMware Fusion application is affected. Pat
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Sam, Your problem is something specific to your install of VMware Fusion and not this issue at all. As Regis mentioned, you need to uninstall and reinstall VMware Fusion to likely fix your problem. Uninstalling VMware Fusion does NOT effect your Windows installation. So, mount the VMware Fusion image or CD, run the Uninstall VMware Fusion program. After it is done, restart your Mac. Mount the VMware Fusion image or CD and reinstall VMware Fusion, that should most likely resolve your problem. This is also documented in VMware Fusion's Online Help. Hope that helps you. Pat
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We are sorry that this is an issue as well. We found the problem during our pre-release testing of Mac OS X 10.5.7 and have been working with ATI and Apple since we reported it to get it resolved. We really wanted to see it fixed before Mac OS X 10.5.7 was released, but unfortunately it was not resolved for Mac OS X 10.5.7. We are still working closely with ATI and Apple to resolve the problem and work them so they release their necessary update as soon as possible. As soon as we have more information we can talk about publicly, we will let you know. Pat Lee Director, Personal Desktop Products VMware
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Aaron, Is this a newly created VM or a Boot Camp VM? Networking should work just fine and IE is zippy in all our tests. We have had to make no changes for Windows 7 so far, it follows the Vista model. Have you tried moving to bridged networking from NAT and does that work better for you?
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Mark, We have not tried with Windows 7 with Boot Camp since Apple doesn't support it at this time. I will forward this into the team for future consideration.
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John, I don't know what is happening in your case. I recommend going into the VMware Fusion Forums and posting the details. http://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/desktop/fusion
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Chris, Aero is LOT of work and a whole new graphics architecture. However, we can't comment on unannounced or future product plans. Sorry! Terry - Have to recommend AV if you are using features like Mirrored Folders, or people could get into trouble.
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