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.vmx file (Fusion) is corrupt!


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Ugh!!!,

My vmx file has zero bytes. Is it possible to create or copy a generic .vmx file and use that to boot up or am I completely hosed?

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did you try Fusion Help?
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Didn't find it in their Knowledge Base and they charge for support.
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can I get a bit of history on this problem? I've never heard of this.
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I was using a program in Windows XP on my Mac an the program hung. I had to reboot my Mac without suspending VMWare. I deleted my vmss file but that didn't do the trick and now I noticed that my vmx file has zero bytes.
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