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slow snow leopard boot time due to: "VMnet: VnetUserIfFree: Freeing UserIF"


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I am experiencing a problem with my new snow leopard installation where it hangs on boot up. it takes my machine at least 2 and a half minutes to boot up to my login screen. Where the os appears to be pausing at this point where i receive the following:VMnet: "VnetUserIfFree: Freeing UserIF" followed by a series of numbers. Does any one know what can be done to resolve this and decrease my boot up time? thanks,

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my specifications are:

 

- dell inspiron 530

- intel P35 mother board with a 2.40 Ghz intel core 2 quad Q6600 processor

- 3gb DDR2 dual channel ram

- 1TB WD hard drive

- PNY Verto 9600GT 1gb gfx card

- currently using a belkin wireless gaming adapter running through the ethernet

- have VMware Fusion 3.0.0 with various vm's installed

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Ive got the same problem, not only in 10.6 also in 10.5 the booting is about 5-10sec slower than without Fusion. So I use Q (OSX port of Qemu) for emulation its opensource. Has anyone Parallels Workstation, and can anyone post advantages/disadvantages using parallels or VMware. Thanks

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