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Has anyone used the free VMWare Starter converter to convert their Windows environment for use in the OS X version of Fusion? I'd like to know if it works as advertised. Looks like an easy way to run WinXP or Vista in a VM within OS X without actually having to go through the installation process for Win.

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I swapped a couple of Parallels VMs with one of their converters and it worked perfectly. You install the app in the Windows you want to use and follow their instructions.

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