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using the VMWare, how can i change the CPU frequency and the Video Memory?
You've gotta love virtualization for providing a "have cake and eat it too" solution. I personally prefer VMware Workstation. On your hardware run the OS that makes the most sense for your needs, AND run all the others for evaluation, testing, learning to tweak, keeping up with tech, etc. in virtual machines. Networking can be used to easily transfer data - and possibly best of all - you can make snapshots and within seconds revert a system that's been hosed back to a known state. -Noel
I haven't posted here in the MSFN forums for a while, but I have a problem here. I updated to VMware Player 6.0.7 on my Windows Vista host machine and for some reason, I can't get the sound to work on any of my guest OSes (Windows NT 3.51, Windows 95 and Windows 2000) that requires the legacy Sound Blaster 16 emulated sound card. For example, I've been running Windows NT 3.51 SP5 as a guest OS and although, the OS installs the Sound Blaster 16 emulated card, it doesn't work at all! Edit: Nevermind! I solved the problem. I had to uninstall r277 of the Realtek High Definition Audio drivers and revert to the audio drivers that came with my ASUS motherboard. The end result is that the sound in VMware now works! Incase, I ever decide to update VMware Player or reinstall it, I may have to reinstall the audio drivers again.