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I ran into similar issues, in Windows Task Manager it shows 100% CPU usage and high memory usage in Windows 7 SP1 virtual image using vmware vSphere 5.1.0 . Even after adding more memory and CPU it would utilize whatever the system has. After removing all Windows update on windows 7 image and manually installing them back by the type I was able to ...


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I have same problem, but these solutions was not fixed my issues. However I have found a blog post from artykul8, what fixed fixed all of my issues! http://artykul8.com/2012/06/vmware-performance-enhancing/ Tweak: Disable memory swap files .vmem files mainMem.useNamedFile = "FALSE" Unfortunately this parameter does not work for VMware Player, as it ...


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I've had similar problems with my setup running OS X 10.10.2 and before I upgraded OS X to. What I found was that when I changed display settings in OS X to use the "Default for display" Resolution. I then unticked in VMware the "Automatically adjust user interface size in Windows" and ticked "Use full resolution for Retina display" this does how ever give ...


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try to delete much space on the disk where the virtual machine is located, I had the same problem after I moved some big iso files to that disk where the VM was located, then I realized then when i deleted those iso's everything worked fine. I even tested that. I believe that problems are being see if your virtual machine is not preallocated and space left ...


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Go to View=>Autoresize=>Center guest Now you will see the guest in a small window. now inside the guest OS go to resolution and set it to what your monitor is about. Then apply that and yeah! it is fixed!


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I haven't found a way to do this in VMWare as of Feb 2015, but it's easy to do with Virtualbox, if that becomes a primary requirement for you.



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