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Rudy R.

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  1. Dumb dumb dumb dumb! I thought VT was enabled in the BIOS but it was not. Works just like the instructions now! Thanks very much for this excellent work!
  2. I appreciate you taking the time to look at this. Anything you want me to try, let me know. Thanks,
  3. Leopard in VMWare without Intel VT?

    It looks like you're stuck in a similar place to me. Did you ever figure it out?
  4. Here is the vmware.log. I don't know enough to make sense of what's in there myself, hopefully there's a smoking gun in there. Thanks again for your time, vmware.log.zip
  5. That seems like an interesting error in this screenshot... It is indeed a retail DVD from a Mac I upgraded. I thought the error in the previous screen shot may have been due to resetting the VM from the previous failed install. So I started with a fresh darwin-32 template, and this is where it appears to have hung:
  6. Oh, no, didn't realize I should do that...I will try that. Thanks! Tried -legacy, still staring at the grey Apple. Is it just really slow and I'm not being patient enough?
  7. Thanks for your reply. Indeed I don't get even this far with the 64-bit version. But I still am getting this problem with the 32-bit version. Any other ideas? --rudolf
  8. I seem to be having the same problem (staring at Apple logo) with Workstation 6.5.1 on a Dell Latitude E4300 (Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz). Any ideas what I should look at? Thanks,