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About HPReg

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  1. Folks, thanks for raising your voice to let us know that this workaround works. We have implemented this workaround in the VMware Tools, that we will ship as part of an upcoming VMware Fusion release.
  2. VMware Fusion 2 has supported this since their beta 2. Right now Fusion 2 is in release candidate stage, so expect the final Fusion 2 to be released soon. Cherry on the cake: it is a free upgrade for Fusion 1 users!
  3. Use a SCSI virtual hard drive and it will solve this problem (it seems unrelated, but trust me it works). For more "Mac OS in a VMware VM" goodies, see http://communities.vmware.com/docs/DOC-6670 If you have installed VMware Tools, you should have access to all resolutions in System Preferences > Display. Or are you saying that you see many resolutions inthat list, but that 1440x900 is somehow missing in that list? But why do you care about specific resolutions? Resizing the VM's window works and will change the resolution of the Mac OS guest to an arbitrary size. In particular, you can Full Screen a Mac OS guest on top of a Mac OS host, which is pretty confusing