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    Macbook Pro 2.2 Ghz/ 2GB RAM / 120 GB HDD
    Backing up a VMware virtual machine
    I plan to overwrite my OS when I install Leopard, but not want to lose the VMWare Virtual machine I created. Is there any way I can back this machine up, install Leopard, install VMWare and then load the virtual machine that I backed up?
    I am an Apple customer, not a fanboy.

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    Copy the folder that the VM is in. So under a typical installation, navigate to \User\Library\Application Support\VMWare Fusion\Virtual Machine. There should be a folder there that has your VM.

    Granted that this isn't an Boot Camp partition, because that would be different.

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