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Snow Leopard in VMWARE Post Installation Fixes and Tweaks


Recently we published How to install Snow Leopard in VMWARE 7 and Windows host, many successful installations have been reported. A few folks asked as about some problems e.g. “Mac OS X is not supported with software virtualization. To run Mac OS X you need a host on which VMware Fusion supports hardware virtualization.” “Default resolution is 1280×1024 how can i increase the resolution” and “My sound isn’t working in VMware installl”. So i decided to publish a new detailed post rather than editing the existing post.

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Mac OS X is not supported with software virtualization

Christian Delgado cracked the mystery and he already shared with us in our comment section, anyway i m sharing again with you here.

For those that keep getting the “Mac OS X is not supported with software virtualization. To run Mac OS X you need a host on which VMware Fusion supports hardware virtualization.” error. I was having the same thing, it means your processor does not support virtualization, you would probably get the same thing on if you try to use virtual pc with xp mode on windows 7. So I was really curious why my intel core 2 duo processor did not support it. Then I was checking out my BIOS Settings, and the virtualization feature was off on my BIOS.


Change The Resolution

  • Boot your Snow leopard VMware installation and copy the boot.plist file to your desktop, you can find boot.plist >> /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/com.apple.Boot.plist
  • Open the file you moved to desktop, and add following two lines before </dict>

<key>Graphics Mode</key>

    • Replace the 1280x1024x32 with the resolution you want, here 1280×1024 is your screen resolution and x32 is refresh rate. Don’t change the refresh rate just change the resolution according to your monitor.
    • Save the file as com.apple.Boot.plist on the Desktop (make sure the .plist part is there!)
    • Navigate the the /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/ folder
    • Drag your com.apple.Boot.plist file on the Desktop into the folder window, When a messages appears, click Authenticate and Replace and enter your password.
    • You’re done! Reboot OS X to see the changes

    Here is an example of what the com.Apple.boot.plist file looks like with after editing the code

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://
    <plist version="1.0">
    <key>Kernel Flags</key>
    <key>Graphics Mode</key>

    Installing Sound Driver

    First of all take a snapshot of the VM, now look for EnsoniqAudioPCI.mpkg.tar.gz from the Snowy_Vmware_files.tbz2 archive you downloaded earlier. Simply launch the pkg and choose both options, type your password when prompted and once installation finishes reboot your system.


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    1. stargatemax April 27, 2011 Reply

      I got it installed (10.6.7) incl. vmware tools, but there’s no graphics acceleration (1920×1200). Even screen saver is very slow, zoom is slow, etc…
      Host is PC: i5-760 @3.2GHz, 8Gb ddr3 (1333), radeon HD4850 graphics.
      Any help would be appreciated!

    2. tmk January 15, 2011 Reply

      @eric, @ed:

      could you please write how to install vmware fusion tools (i assume: com.vmware.fusion.tools.darwin.pkg) so it’ll work with snow leopard and allow to change resolution etc?

      step by step instruction would be the best.

    3. Snoppi December 2, 2010 Reply


      I just used NAT in vmware and it worked

    4. Sicga December 1, 2010 Reply

      I had Mac OS running on VMWare workstation, I updated the OS version and now it won’t recognise either the mouse or keyboard. I went back to an earlier version but still have the same problem. Does anyone know how to get the mouse and keyboard working again inside the guest OS?

      Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    5. Gamer November 30, 2010 Reply

      How do you get internet working in the virtual machine? Can anyone help me set that up. Thanks!

    6. majidbhurgri October 18, 2010 Reply

      Thanks to you all who have made this possible, I purchased an Acer TimelineX 1830 ultraportable 2 days ago and was able to get OSX 10.6.2 installed and working in vmware after a few hours playing around. Screen Resolution fixed, audio and video working, webcam working, internet working. Thorough testing may bring out some so far hidden rough edges, but the system is running like a charm and is fully functional.

      Thanks, all of you again.

    7. Younes September 20, 2010 Reply

      Whenever I try to start IMovie, a message comes up saying that Quartz Extreme is required.
      Do you guys have any idea how to fix this problem?

    8. Shakoor September 6, 2010 Reply

      I have hp pavilion dv6905ee notebook (i checked the bios setting there is no opt for this) so could you help me please how can i enable visualization on my laptop… wait for kind comments from u all..


    9. AJ September 3, 2010 Reply

      Ok after lots of struggle figured out how to install vmware tools

      After your snow leapord is all set, and you are able to login, click on the cd icon at the bottom of the vmware window and select connect (basically you are connecting darwin_snow.iso as cd again, once connected, you should see a prompt for vmware tool installation on your screen.

      Yes it is that simple.

      Good Luck

    10. Dimuthu August 20, 2010 Reply

      right i got every thing to work except the one thing which i installed the mac on my pc for; final cut, i need to make a video and frankly, windows movie maker doesnt quite make the cut. When i run final cut express 4 the mac thinks that i have 0MB of VRAM when ive already made the adjustments to the vmx files so that there is 128MB of VRAM any soloutions to this problem? thanks very much, also A+ for the tutorial that taught how to install Mac on PC top stuff!

    11. lol June 6, 2010 Reply

      “x32 is the refresh rate”. Wow sad… kids these days. Thats a 32 bit color depth.

    12. ed June 5, 2010 Reply

      Update: I managed to get past the post-VMTools installation boot-up display problem by installing the VM7 Mac display drivers BEFORE VMTools (contrary to what @asdasd indicates above).

      I used the ones from ktext that @jack provides the link to above. I then installed VMTools from the VMFusion 3.1.0-254806 darwin.iso — all appears to be working fine.

      Note: I noticed the greatest performance increase just by installing the display drivers. I haven’t noticed any further increase from installing VMTools (though I can copy & paste between the Win7 & OSX now)

    13. ed June 4, 2010 Reply

      Hi, I’ve successfully installed OSX 10.6 to VMWare Workstation 7.0.1 and then updated to 10.6.1, 10.6.2 and 10.6.3 (individual single updates are recommended by a comment somewhere). I also changed the resolution in the boot.plist file as per instructions above.

      I am now encountering an issue after installing VMTools (installed from the darwin.iso from the install of ‘VMware Fusion 3.1.0-254806 Light’ ).

      Prior to VMTools, it Snow Leopard would boot & run fine– now when I boot-up the graphics are whack: top-half of the screen is the OSX desktop, but it looks “heavily interlaced”, the bottom half is still the grey OSX boot-up screen with a frozen ‘ajaxy loading wheel-thing’, and the system is unresponsive.

      Is there a VMWare setting somewhere that needs to be fixed/changed? (I assuming this is just a graphics-driver related problem?)


    14. MXQ May 13, 2010 Reply
    15. orlroc May 12, 2010 Reply


      I’ve the same problem with preview, ilive and iworks apps…… any news???


    16. Shai Perednik May 10, 2010 Reply

      Oystein, mac can’t natively write to NTFS volumes, but there are apps out there that will let you, google “ntfs mac”.

      Another option is dropbox, which will sync your files locally over the network and provide you online storage (2gb Free).

    17. MXQ May 6, 2010 Reply


      I get your problem if I use an other vmx file. Use only the vmx file from above and change the value smc.present = “true” to “false” and use IntelVT-x under cpu settings.

      my problem withe the Preview app and ilive and iwork apps is still there 🙁

    18. Adrian May 6, 2010 Reply

      Anyone have any luck getting their Web cam to work on OSX?

    19. Oystein May 6, 2010 Reply

      Hi there!

      Got 10.6.3 working like a charm in VMWare 7 on a W7x64 Dell Studio XPS 16 laptop!

      Just one thing. I want to transfer some files between the host and the guest. Is there any way to do this? Seems like OS X is not able to write to a VMWare shared host folder.

      Perhaps use a USB-drive? But USB passthrough is not working either…

      Any ideas?



    20. markmark May 1, 2010 Reply

      invalid front bus frequency 66000000
      disable cpu and then it diyes


    21. mark May 1, 2010 Reply

      i encounterd an timing error and then the whole wm shuts down

    22. Franz April 30, 2010 Reply

      It sounds like we have lot of successes including myself. One tip I have is that by adding a second CD/DVD in VMWare I didn’t have to reconnect the DVD after Darwin starts, and I can actually use the DVD drive for installing software, etc.

      The real question now is: is ANYONE successfully using Quartz Extreme?

    23. asdasd April 29, 2010 Reply

      I’d very much recommend installing these pkgs:

      You’ll have to install VMware tools first (found from the darwin boot cd/image). Now the performance is just great on my Core i5 520 VAIO.

      Only problem is slight clicks/stops when playing music or videos, but I can live with that.
      Thanks for the guides!

    24. JR April 15, 2010 Reply

      I only have vm player not workstation. i edited the vmx file the same way it would be edited in vmware workstation to point to the snow darwin iso. But when i start the vm with my finger on f8 it says Mac OS isn’t supported in virtual environments – it SAYS NOTHING about the hardware or fusion support. Is something happening in workstation that I can’t make happen in player?

    25. Ross April 14, 2010 Reply

      I got 10.6.3 to work on my laptop. I used a genuine Leopard install disk to get 10.6, then from 10.6 went straight to 10.6.3, using the updater within OS X and everything works great. The only thing is I’mt trying to get my laptop’s native webcam to work with OS X, so far no luck though also idk if it’s possible to to get it working within VMware

    26. Jack April 3, 2010 Reply

      I have the Vmware Snow leopard graphics driver so you can use all resolutions!! Realy works Download here: http://www.kexts.com/view/314-vmware_workstation_7_display_driver_mac.html

    27. Chris April 1, 2010 Reply

      I got it all installed, however i am also having the:

      ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin::start – waitForService(resourceMatching(AppleIntelCPUPowerManagement))

      error. PLEASE Help!! I really want to get this working and i think this is the last hurdle.

    28. Spencer Transier March 31, 2010 Reply

      Any word on whether updating to 10.6.3 will break this?

    29. StanDP March 29, 2010 Reply

      P.S. The VMWare Intel iDeneb MAC OSX 10.5.8 Works 100% If you like old PPC Stuff… Power PC won’t do Silverlight versions above V1… Yes, so it’s not much worth even running it. Also the multimedia is slow even on my i7-x58 PC with 8 cpu’s. 12GB DDR3 RAM overclocked to 3.60GHZ. I did install MS OFFICE 2008 and it runs nicely but its the last version that will be supported in PPC Mode… Everything and I mean everything works, raid,net,sound,itunes, backup time machine,full screen w/osx86 tool tweaks,but again if you leave it on for a few minutes alot of times it will lockup and has to be powered-off. Anyway that’s my experience.


      {Avid PC Enthusiast Since 1982…!}

    30. StanDP March 29, 2010 Reply

      amtrig (to fix the FULL-SCREEN Mode shows all WHITE, there is (In the ideneb leopard intel mac osx leopard release) OSX86 Tools, enable the crystal or zephyr or whatever its name is there and the screen will display fine in full screen mode) I am not sure about in Snow Leopard…

    31. William March 27, 2010 Reply

      Hello i am trying this with VMWare Player 3.0.1 and a Core 2 Solo processor and every time I try to install it says “Mac OS X can’t be installed on this computer.” And the choices are: “restore from backup” and “Restart”. What should I do/what is wrong?

    32. Andrew March 27, 2010 Reply

      Thanks! This is an awesome easy hackintosh!

      One possibly stupid question though…

      I have a triple display setup running eyefinity, so for all intents I basically have a 5040 x 1050 desktop. Is there any way of using the post hack to span this across all three displays? I tried putting that resolution in the .plist file, but still only fits to one display.

      Why would I want to do this? I have no idea! Just think it would be pretty badass to be able to say I have a 5040 x 1050 Mac, running an i7 processor! I’d bet I’d be the first! 🙂

      Thanks again!

    33. BoB Figueroa March 15, 2010 Reply

      Using Vmware is perfect!!!
      is it possible install this process into main HD of my PC w/o using vmware?

    34. ecpm March 15, 2010 Reply

      Followed d4m4s74’s suggestion changing smc.present to ”FALSE”

      10.6.2 working great

    35. sean March 6, 2010 Reply

      pls. anyone can me help to install mac osx on my pc windows 7 ultimate because everytime i boot it appears always error………. my pc is intel quad core Q9550

    36. Dominic February 21, 2010 Reply

      All works fine except “Preview”.
      However, if the image is SaveAs pdf. It can appear correctly in “Preview”.
      Is there any alternative that can work exactly like what “Preview” do?

    37. Rap|d February 19, 2010 Reply

      Hi – got everything working but am having the same issues with the Preview not working. Updated without problems to 10.6.2.

      Anybody solve this?

    38. KrAppLE JaXX February 18, 2010 Reply

      anyone know how to get airport detected on a laptop?
      also, my 3d acceleration seems not to help much

    39. Michael February 13, 2010 Reply

      I would like to point out that the 32 after the resolution is the color depth, not the refresh rate. I’d still recommend not changing it unless there’s a specific reason you want 16-bit color.

    40. namtrig February 12, 2010 Reply

      Correct. Seems like it has something to do with not having Quartz Extreme support in VMWare . I’m just wondering if anyone has figured out a work around.

    41. Random February 10, 2010 Reply

      namtrig, I’m sure other programs like iLife doesn’t work too, right?

    42. namtrig February 9, 2010 Reply

      I’ve followed all advice on this page and everything works great except programs in iWork. Like another poster above, the iWork programs only display white in the main work area. For example, numbers has the tool bar and side bar but no grids.

      Anyone have suggestions???

    43. Andrea February 9, 2010 Reply

      Hello! I’ve installed mac os x 10.6.2 on a vmware 7!The problem are:
      1)When i boot up the sistem block at the grey screen with the apple.I’ve to try a lot of time to boot to start the machine.

      2)I have a ati mobility radeon hd 4650 where i can find the driver?

      My computer is an hp pavilion dv6-1341el with windows 7

    44. eric February 8, 2010 Reply


      I got the vmware-tools by using the one bundled with vmWare Fusion 3. I own a few Mac and vmWare Fusion is what allows me to run vm on both Linux & Mac.

      I might suggest to download a trial version and get the vmware-tools for OSX from it.


    45. osaka February 7, 2010 Reply

      ok, i finally installed vmware tools on mac, here how to get them:
      1- goto vmare site , download VMWare fusion trial
      2- you’ll get a VMware-Fusion-3.0.1-215242-light.dmg file
      3- goto the cd in VMware then settings, choose “Use ISO image” click browse then make the file type “all files” select the VMware-Fusion-3.0.1-215242-light.dmg , don’t forget to check “connected”
      4- in mac vm, you’ll see the vmware fusion mounted, install it, ignore the fusion serial.
      5- after installing goto /Library/Application Support/VMware Fusion/iso images get the darwin.iso file , double click on it, and you’ll get it mounted, this is the VMware-tools for mac, install them and restart!

    46. lenx February 4, 2010 Reply

      nvm i just found how to do it.

      I mounted the darwin.iso inside snow leopard. Then there is a prompt to install vmware tools.

    47. lenx February 4, 2010 Reply


      Can you tell me how do you get the vmware tools to work on vmware workstaion 7 on ubuntu?

    48. Gasher February 4, 2010 Reply

      Has anyone gotten CI/QE to work inside VM Ware?

    49. terence February 3, 2010 Reply

      RE: d4m4s74’s suggestion about smc.present=”False”

      It is working!!

      no more wait 5 to 10 mins in order to control mouse and keyboard. Thanks.

      I still can not install driver for nvidia display card…

      Anyone help?

    50. Brett Harrison February 2, 2010 Reply

      Is there a way to expand the size of the virtual hard drive?

    51. ElTaco February 2, 2010 Reply

      Got a solution for the “Could not install – Restore from Backup or Restart”
      (I did it with VMWare Player 3)
      1. Search for someone who has a MAC and a USB-Stick converted for MAC
      2. Let him make a Backup of his MAC with TimeMachine on the USB-Stick
      3. Start your VM and go until it says Backup or Restart
      4. Choose Backup and be sure that the Stick is in your PC and connected to VMWare
      5. Now the Stick has to be shown as a target for the Restore
      6. Choose the Stick and restore the Backup
      (This needs a lot of time, up to 1-2 hours or more)
      7. For starting MAC OS X the Darwin_snow.iso has to be choosen

    52. C February 1, 2010 Reply

      I am 100% sure I changed my BIOS setting which supported VT… I installed 10.6 works fine if and only if I use 1 CPU cuz with 2 CPUs it ran the installation extremely crazily slow.. and use only 1024MB for RAM

      after installed, I tried to update to 10.6.2, after update, and I got the same Error:

      Mac OS X is not supported with software virtualization. To run Mac OS X you need a host on which VMware Fusion supports hardware virtualization.

      For some reasons, the BIOS setting is not really saved, it seems that I have to go to the BIOS to change VT to disable and enable, save BIOS, then VMware will recognize it has hardware VT… so strange… I am using Windows 7 and VMware workstation 7…

      I guess I may need to uninstall and reinstall the VMware again and see if it works…

    53. Brett Harrison February 1, 2010 Reply

      nvm I got it woohoo! Only thing I have to do now is find out how to get my built in camera working

    54. Brett Harrison February 1, 2010 Reply

      Adriam, how do I change the VMware from automatic to “VT-X” or “AMD-V”? Every time I apply an update I get stuck at the gray screen at the beginning after force restarting and just get an apple logo with the spinning wheel.

    55. yaniv January 30, 2010 Reply

      hey guys,

      I installed 10.6 fine, with VM7 no problems, was working great, installed xcore, ilife etc etc but I was having an issue opening images, I could see the thumbnails but no pics with Preview or iPhoto so I updated to 10.6.2 it installed, and now I can’t boot back in, it starts up, I see the apple logo but before it even tries to load it just restarts and says OS not found, even though the first time it said Loading Darwin… any ideas? using a new hp laptop, intel i3. thanks in advance!

    56. iamhere January 30, 2010 Reply

      hello there
      the tweaks are just fine, i installed the macosx and updated 10.6.2, it’s working perfect but i have some performance issues.

    57. d4m4s74 January 27, 2010 Reply

      edit, I was wrong, but it is caused by SMC in general

      open up Mac OS X Server 10.6 (experimental).vmx in notepad/nano (works in linux too) and change smc.present=”TRUE” to smc.present=”FALSE”
      boot will be way faster too, and it solves the mouse and keyboard delay too!

      also, I’ll create a torrent around friday

    58. d4m4s74 January 26, 2010 Reply

      I’ve succesfully installed it, but there’s a problem

      after updating to 10.6.2 I have to wait 5 to 10 minutes before I’m able to click with my mouse or use my keyboard.
      after that they work correctly though.

      also, the boot problem is caused by fakesmc, it can be solved by (if you’ve finally booted) installing the kext on http://netkas.org/?cat=15

    59. Random January 22, 2010 Reply


      How’s your iWork? Is it fully functioning? Mine has issues, in the sense that it’s only all white in the workplace when it should really show stuff (the slide in Keynote, the cells in Math, etc)

    60. ElTaco January 22, 2010 Reply

      Got the same Problem as Hector!
      First i had the problem “Mac OS X is not supported with software virtualization. To run Mac OS X you need a host on which VMware Fusion supports hardware virtualization.”
      After changing the BIOS setting
      (the virtualization point i found under topic cpu and not power like the screenshot show)
      i can start the installation to the first mac window.
      There i can choose the language.
      At the next window I get the same error message as Hector
      ” Mac OS X can’t be installed on this computer – options> restore from backup OR Restart”
      when i saw this message i can go to erase the hdd to “Mac OS Extended (Journaled)” which i did.

      Can anyone help me pls? Getting crazy because i’m trying to install mac since 2 or 3 days!!!

    61. i7 January 20, 2010 Reply

      Can someone help me with hardware acceleration? I really want it because sometimes its really slow (Magnification of the dock)is there a .kext or a .plist or a driver??

    62. Doc Subaru January 20, 2010 Reply

      I’m getting the “Mac OS X is not supported with software virtualization. To run Mac OS X you need a host on which VMware Fusion supports hardware virtualization.” error. I have updated my bios but there is no virtualization option at all, in them. Processor is Intel core2 duo. Am I stuffed? So close but yet so far

    63. digitalix January 18, 2010 Reply

      hi there,

      every things works just fine, is there a possibilty to expand the size of the hd? You can do it with vmware but im not able to repartioned in osx..

      Best regards and thanks for help

    64. Adrian January 14, 2010 Reply

      Admin MAC said:

      After installation, It just hangs at the grey screen with the apple logo, with a loading icon…

      Can you please help???

      In order to solve this problem you must change the virtualization engine on vmware machine settings, by default is in “Automatic” mode but it should be in “VT-X or AMD-V” mode.

      It worked for me.

    65. Hector January 13, 2010 Reply

      Hi there, am kind of new to all this but I still undersatnd the hole procedure. However, when is geting ready for installation ( am using MAC OS X 10.6.1 ) a screen pups up saying ” Mac OS X can’t be installed on this computer – options> restore from backuo OR Restart”
      Am I forgeting to change any settings?

      If anyone could help me I’ll really appreciate it!!

    66. sneakinhysteria January 11, 2010 Reply

      Enabling Intel VT in bios wasn’t enough for me, I had to change the CPU setting in the VM to VT too, it wouldnt work with “automatic”. Installing now as I type.

    67. Adam January 6, 2010 Reply

      Thanks for the tips guys. I am using VMWare WkSt 7, and when I add

      monitor.virtual_exec = “hardware”
      monitor.virtual_mmu = “software”
      keyboard.vusb.enable = “TRUE”
      mouse.vusb.enable = “TRUE”

      I get a dictionary error when i start it up.

    68. JayG January 4, 2010 Reply

      @Adam – Try starting in VM Player, it worked for me after I did the software updates

    69. Howard January 4, 2010 Reply

      Thanks! The tweaks worked well. Almost everything is working fine even with the latest OS updates. My only issue is that my mouse stops working after about 15 minutes. Its driving me crazy cause I’m so close. Any thoughts or tweaks that will stop this? I am using a bluetooth mouse/keyboard combination Logitech MX5000 if that makes a difference.

    70. jay January 4, 2010 Reply

      update: display config works now! (forgot to do a reboot lol)

    71. jay January 4, 2010 Reply

      worked like a charm. updated to 10.6.2. however, mouse/keyboard input takes a while after the update, but works.

      ive installed vmware tools, but cant change the resolution using display options. does anyone know any other way to get HW accelleration working? (QE/CI)

    72. Zanthros January 4, 2010 Reply

      Although this works and I had no problems with the install and was able to get the audio and the screen size adjusted by use of the “fixes” above I cannot play a DVD as there is no graphics hardware installed and cannot burn a CD or even play a standard music cd with Itunes. MP3’s play and I can “see” a movie DVD but I get a message that there is no hardware to play the DVD on the machine. Is there a fix for this? I have installed Iwork and it seems to work but during an attempt to install ILife the OS stopped responding. I assume that this was due to a lack of graphics hardware in the OS. Can this be patched of can you tell me how to “fix” this?

    73. Matt January 4, 2010 Reply

      My processor is a Core 2 T2500, and supports hardware virtualization. I have the option turned on in my BIOS, however I still receive the error message “Mac OS X is not supported with software virtualization”

      Any further steps I can take to debug whether VMware Workstation is recognizing my hardware correctly? Do I have to configure the virtual machine further?

      Any help would be extremely appreciated, thanks.

    74. Admin MAC January 2, 2010 Reply

      After installation, It just hangs at the grey screen with the apple logo, with a loading icon…

      Can you please help???

    75. Raj January 2, 2010 Reply

      @Adam, after updating to 10.6.2, add the following to your VMX file..

      monitor.virtual_exec = “hardware”
      monitor.virtual_mmu = “software”
      keyboard.vusb.enable = “TRUE”
      mouse.vusb.enable = “TRUE”

      I have 10.6.2 and everything works very well…

    76. Thiago January 1, 2010 Reply

      I keep getting the “Mac OS X is not supported with software virtualization. To run Mac OS X you need a host on which VMware Fusion supports hardware virtualization.” error.

      And i have enabled the bios option.
      Im running in a Dell Studio XPS Core 2 Duo computer.
      Can you guys help me?

    77. eric January 1, 2010 Reply

      ok, everything works A1. I mean OSX 10.6.2 running on VMware Workstation 7 Linux x86_64.

      I finally found the vmware-tools for mac osx on a copy of VMware Fusion 3 that I own.

      So now I run in fullscreen mode: 1920x1200x32 with network and sound 🙂

      Happy New Year!


    78. Min December 31, 2009 Reply

      Could you upload the whole vmware image. thank you very much

    79. Adam December 31, 2009 Reply

      This worked like a charm for me. However has anyone had success updating to 10.6.2? worked fine for me except the mouse click stopped working for me.

    80. eric December 31, 2009 Reply

      It works on VMware Workstation 7 Linux running on FEDORA 11 x86_64.

      The installation worked perfectly. Updated to 10.6.2 and applied the Sound extra package.

      Everything works including the 1280×1024 resolution quick fix.

      However, I cannot get install the VMware Tools… Vmware complains about not being able to find component on update server. Is there a separate download for the vmware tools ? Does it improve the Display capabilities such as: Core Image and Quartz Extreme ?

      Otherwise, good stuff and thanks!


    81. aatkco December 30, 2009 Reply

      Thanks for the post , another tip : install vmware tools To get the graphics that fit your onitor without editing any files , to install it : VM > Removable Devices > CD/DVD IDE > Connect
      Then Click on the icon which will appear on the disktop and click “install vmware tools” .

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