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    Not mounting USB HDD

    I found that most USB related issues can be solved by simply disabling USB3.0 in your virtual machine settings and forcing USB2.0 In your Virtual Machine Settings (with your VM powered off), go to USB Controller in your Hardware list, and select: USB Compatibility: 2.0 Hope this helps!
  2. Yes. I ran the command, checked the preferences panel and still only get: Default for display (4k) Scaled: - 3840 x 2160 (4k) - 1920 x 1080 Any ideas ? And thanks for the help! It's greatly appreciated!
  3. Thanks for the reply! But I still only get the option of Native 4k and 1080p in the "scaled" section in Display Preferences. Any other ideas?
  4. Hello! I've been running High Sierra (Currently 10.13.3) on VMWare Player 12.5.9. I'm running it on a Dell XPS 15 9560 with the 4k screen. Currently I'm able to run OSX in either Native 4k resolution, or scaled to 1080p. I wanted to know if it was possible to add a 1440p scaled mode? Right now if I force 1440p resolution using VMWare tools, I simply get a smaller window with the virtual machine. So, as I understand, I need to add a HiDPI version of the resolution. Can anyone lend a helping hand? Thank you!
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