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markeddy998

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  1. Ok, thank you. I wasn't quite sure if you could somehow fool Workstation 7 by adding an additional network card and configuring it in a way to get AIRPORT working. Thanks.
  2. Has anyone been able to get Airport working with a virtualized OS X 10.6 guest? If so, how do you configure for this?
  3. Zenith, are your audio drivers 32bit or are they compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit flavors of 10.6 Snow Leopard? Thanks.
  4. I concur on this. Tried IDE and got consistent messages about CPUx at speed XXXXX being disabled during the bootstrap of OS X.
  5. Ok, I got everything up and working again after installing another fresh copy of OS X using just a vanilla Free-BSD 32 bit and not 64-bit. Quick question, is there a good way to map the apple keys to the keyboard accordingly or does someone know how the keys map over to Mac? Ok, I am learning as I go here...so it looks like the following is true regarding key mappings - Windows key = COMMAND key Alt key = Apple key
  6. When you run the package you get the option to check either the Ensoniq or AC97 checkbox. That is what I am talking about.
  7. Sounds good. Here is my .vmx - Also, I have the ich7m.present = "TRUE" in my .vmx file. My Alienware m15x has the ich8 chipset, I am not currently experiencing any issue with having the ich7m.present = "TRUE" in my .vmx file...but should I be using something else instead? One last thing, I am running the darwin10-64 (64bit) OS, so I am wondering are those Ensoniq and AC97 drivers for the 32-bit OS only? Thanks. vmx.txt
  8. I have OS 10.6 Snow Leopard up and running under VMWare Workstation 7 on Vista 64-bit and it's been VERY stable. This is on an Alienware m15x laptop. My only outstanding issue that I have right now is I am still unable to get the Audio to work. I have downloaded the latest installation packages from the http://sourceforge.net/projects/vmsvga2/files/ link. I have run each package respectively and rebooted and checked in the Audio/MIDI for the VMWare defined device and it's not there. I have also ran the uninstall.sh script, rebooted and installed each respective driver with NO success. Any other thoughts on why sound is not working?...it's not really a make or break and will not hinder me from reading the Apple Training book and certifying on OS X 10.6 for the ACSP, but if possible it would be nice to get it working. My Alienware m15x has the onboard Realtek HD Audio controller on the mainboard. I did check Realtek's website but was unable to find anything related to Mac support. Thank you to everyone for your response, time and amazing effort to get this up and working.
  9. I PM'd for details on how to do this since I am a Windows guy. I would really appreciate a good write-up on doing this on VMWare Workstation 6.5 or 7. Thanks.
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