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VMware Workstation 6.0.3 Build 80004 With KeyGen Setup Free Fix

First create two virtual disks using the vmware workstation software, I select one of the nodes then "edit virtual machine settings" node then select "add" -> select hard disk -> next -> create new virtual disk -> next -> select SCSI -> next -> select where you want the disk to be located, I created a separate directory that contains all my shared disks (see below)-> I created 0.5GB size disk and make sure you select the "allocate all disk space now" -> next, the virtual disk will now be created. Repeat this process again so that we have two virtual disks to play around with.

VMware Workstation 6.0.3 Build 80004 With KeyGen Setup Free

I too have been experiencing this issue. I launch VMware Workstation 6.0.3 build 80004 and when I click inside a Windows XP console (don't have any other VMs yet) and come back out, my shift keys, caps lock, control and alt keys no longer function. Like in the other cases, my mouse continues to function properly, so I can click through and log out. Logging out seems to reset whatever needs to be reset because I can log back in and the keyboard works as expected.

Same issue here with karmic - troubleshooting the issue more - don't remember having this problem before. Using vmware workstation 7 - and I recalled that I used to have some settings in the /etc/vmware/config file for keyboard mapping for some arrow key fix for workstation 6.. I decided to re-input those mappings into my /etc/vmware/config file to see if it helps resolve this issue.. I'll post back my findings.. This is what I put at the end of my /etc/vmware/config file - incase anyone else would like to test their findings as well. 350c69d7ab


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