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I am using VMware on my Intel Mac.
Windows XP froze on my me, so i decided i should just restart XP from inside VMware. it started to do that, but didn't do it right, so i quit VMware all togeather and reopened it. and now everytime i go to use it, it shows the froozen screen in which i last had...any idea of what i can try?!

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sorrry,for somereason IT WORKS NOW...bizarre
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I'm not sure how you restarted your Xp but did you try under the Virtual machine menu in VM "Restart Guest" ?

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