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=== Common Problems and Solutions ===
 
=== Common Problems and Solutions ===
  
==== Unity is disabled! ====
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==== Fusion doesn't recognize my BootCamp install! ====
In beta 4, Unity only works with 32-bit Windows XP and updated VMware Tools.
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Definitely being worked on.
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Beta 3 only works with the default BootCamp configuration (single hard drive with OS X and BootCamp). Alternate configurations (such as manual partitioning, multiple hard drives, etc.) are not detected.
  
==== Unity windows get mangled when I move them to a different monitor! ====
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==== Be cautious about BootCamp and Vista ====
In beta 4, Unity only works on a single monitor.
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BootCamp 1.2 came out shortly before Beta 3 was release and there was not enough time for adequate testing for this to be supported. Some in-house tests also showed bugs with this combination. Because of this, VMware strongly cautions against using a Vista BootCamp in Fusion. Having said that, some reckless/fearless users report success anyway.
 
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==== Fusion doesn't recognize my BootCamp install! ====
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Beta 4 improved the situation, but there are still reports of unrecognized setups.
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==== Experimental BootCamp and Vista ====
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==== UI crash while editing sound settings ====
Activation has not been solved yet; going back and forth between Boot Camp and Fusion will require reauthorization each time.
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Being worked on.
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A workaround is to edit the vmx file and add the line
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sound.autodetect = "TRUE"
  
 
==== CD-ROM Issues ====
 
==== CD-ROM Issues ====
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==== Help! Trapped in full screen! ====
 
==== Help! Trapped in full screen! ====
Ctrl-Cmd-Enter toggles full-screen. Or, move the mouse up to where the menu bar should be and it'll appear. Then you can use the "Toggle Full Screen" option.
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Command-Enter toggles full-screen. Or, move the mouse up to where the menu bar should be and it'll appear. Then you can use the "Toggle Full Screen" option.
  
 
== Q ==
 
== Q ==

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