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piyush_arora

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Hi guys,
I just installed Mac 10.8 Lion, using VMware on my x64 Windows 7 Home Premium. But there seems to be a lag !
Mac animations are rough, and I'm not sure why it's lagging!

My specs:
HP Spectre XT 13
i5-3317u (upto 2.6Ghz)
HD 4000 (no dedicated graphics)
4GB DDR3 @ 1600 Mhz
Samsung 128 GB SSD
Res. 1366x768
VMWare Workstation 9

Windows 7 shows my video memory around 1696 MB, but Mountain Lion shows only 128MB.
Is there a way to allocate more video memory to Mountain Lion?

Any help would be deeply appreciated !
Thanks
Piyush

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Hi guys,
I just installed Mac 10.8 Lion, using VMware on my x64 Windows 7 Home Premium. But there seems to be a lag !
Mac animations are rough, and I'm not sure why it's lagging!

My specs:
HP Spectre XT 13
i5-3317u (upto 2.6Ghz)
HD 4000 (no dedicated graphics)
4GB DDR3 @ 1600 Mhz
Samsung 128 GB SSD
Res. 1366x768
VMWare Workstation 9

Windows 7 shows my video memory around 1696 MB, but Mountain Lion shows only 128MB.
Is there a way to allocate more video memory to Mountain Lion?

Any help would be deeply appreciated !
Thanks
Piyush

VW emulates gfx up to 128 mb and full screensize, when I remember right, 1024 x 768. It is no HD4000 emulation. Therefore no QE/CI. I knew no way to allocate more vide memory. Even if you could allocate more, there is no QE/CI an animations stay laggy to.





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