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About hmmm123

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  1. Whoa! Wait -- you're saying you have good working audio? A few of us are struggling with that over here: http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/topic/291227-osx-ml-10834-in-vmware-89-with-a-linux-host-no-audio-anyone-able-to-help/ However, it was switching from hdaudio to ensonic (sound.virtualDev = "es1371") that at least is produce *some* audio...even if it is low quality and flaky. Perhaps you can share with us what audio driver you installed in your OSX vm?
  2. I'm running Intel i7 quad-core. OSX version is mavericks.... Sound works well for me from all other VMs...(windows xp, win 7, ubuntu, etc.). My vmware is VMWare Workstation 10.0.0. I also know it isn't the VM itself. I have 2 cores allocated to it and, for example, can play streaming YouTube video's perfectly well from with Safari or Chrome.
  3. This got my sound kind-of working -- thank you. In my case however, the sound plays for 2 seconds then stops for a second, then resumes. Its not scratchy or stuttered, it just hangs for a sec. I've got the correct driver installed, and followed the instructions in the link. Tried a bunch of other things....but its just not working correctly. Any ideas?
  4. I'm in the same boat. Running Vmware 10 on Ubuntu 13.10 x64, If I delete the sound card and reboot, then OSX says I have no sound hardware. If I add the sound card back, then OSX reports detecting the hardware. So its finding it and allowing me to adjust master volume. Like the others, Win 7 guests have working audio.
  5. I just tried that new patch and can confirm that automatic resolution adjustment is now working. I am using VMware Workstation 10 on Ubuntu 13.04 x64 with OSX Mavericks guest. Thank you very much for this fix...it's really awesome!
  6. I've got my OSX (Mavericks) virtual machine up and running, but am not getting any sound out of it. Host is Ubuntu x64 (13.04) running VMWare Workstation 10. I do get sound from my Windows 7 VMs, so I know the problem is not with the host or vmware. Here's what I have inside the OSX vmx file relating to sound: sound.present = "TRUE" sound.virtualDev = "hdaudio" sound.fileName = "-1" sound.autodetect = "TRUE" sound.pciSlotNumber = "33" I have installed vmware tools from the darwin ISO. Am out of ideas so any suggestions are appreciated. EDIT: I tried installing the audio drivers from sourceforge and nothing changed.