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  1. #1
    macOS Catalina 10.15 and vmware
    Guys, i have done the update to Catalina but no I cannot use VMWARE FUSION anymore. The screen keeps blank, but if I do a pithing VMware a screensnapchot it shows the original windows as it should be. I assume that only the GUI can not show it properly. Does anyone here has already an idea/ update / fix how to solve this problem , I need to run software within the VMware Fusion for my son in school .
    now we cannot access the data in this partition
    any help is appreciated.

    cheers

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    macOS Catalina 10.15 and vmware
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    Have you checked to see if the version of VMWare Fusion you're using is compatible with Catalina? It's always a good idea to check the status of all your apps before installing a new version of macOS.

    Perhaps all you need to do is upgrade your copy of VMWare Fusion?

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