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Fusion on Leopard issue(VM tools)

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I have a black macbook. just installed VMware Fusion full version. I want to install Vista, I have the cd, The instructions arent good so i'm asking here. The program won't install anything because it can't find the drivers or what not. So i click, Virtual Machine> Instal VM Tools. And nothing happens, nothing shows up showing me how much as installed or anything. If i go to Virtual Machine again, I can see an option to Cancel VM tools installations. I dont know what to do anymore, I'm stuck. Can someone please help me before I end up using boot camp instead?

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i solved the prob. sheww
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I have same problem. I installed Xp on bootcamp and I tried to add bootcamp partition - BSOD. Cant install tools What do i do? It works fine on own.
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Just follow the instructions CAREFULLY and it all works. Sometimes we get a bit excited by wanting to jump in but it pays to read all the info which might hold the secret to your problem.
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