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VMware Fusion 6.0.2 Update

On November 5th we released VMware Fusion 6.0.2, a maintenance release. This update is recommended for all users of VMware Fusion 6.

An issue that caused some Fusion users to receive a “Not enough physical memory” messages when opening a virtual machine after upgrading to OS X Mavericks was resolved in this release.

To download VMware Fusion 6.0.2, open VMware Fusion and select VMware Fusion > Check for Updates.

For more details on Fusion 6.0.2, read the Release Notes.

Thanks to the Fusion customers reporting these issues to Fusion Support and discussing them with the VMware Fusion Community.

 

The VMware Fusion Team

8 thoughts on “VMware Fusion 6.0.2 Update

  1. Ian Harrison

    I’ve seen error messages like this in Fusion Professional 5.0.3 as well on Mavericks. Are you fixing anything there as well?

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    1. xiblack

      VMware fusion 5.0.3 also have the same error with OSX Maverick; and I can not run more than 1 VM on my MBA.
      Will you release an update for VMware Fusion 5 anytime soon? Or I have to upgrade to 6 to get rid of this error?

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  2. El-Prodigy

    I seem to have issue running multiple display with Linux guest after updating to 6.0.2 from 6.0, any feedback on this particular issue?

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    1. Nannette Vilushis

      Hi–please post your question on the VMware Fusion Community page. Membership in the VMware Community is free–just register at https://my.vmware.com/web/vmware/login.

      To check out Community activity for Fusion, go here: https://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/fusion. To participate you’ll need to register at the link above.

      As a Fusion Customer, you can also email Fusion Support. If you haven’t emailed Support before, get started by opening Fusion and going to Help > Get Support. Your license key will display along with instructions on how to reach Support.

      Best, Nannette

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  3. Paul Radmall

    Nanette,
    I have just installed Windows 8 pro 64 bit on my mac running Mavericks. All seems well and I have all the latest updates, I think. However windows reports that there is no driver installed for the sound card. I wondered if you think this is a Fusion 6 problem or that there just are not any windows 8 drivers available for the Apple Sound Card in my mac. It is a late 2008 mac with an intel core 2 duo running at 3.6Ghz.
    Any suggestions you have to make the Mac make a noise in Windows would be great. Silence is OK if all else fails.

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  4. Nannette Vilushis

    Hi Paul–I am not aware of any Fusion users experiencing this issue. I suggest that you post your question on the VMware Fusion Community page. Membership in the VMware Community is free–just register at https://my.vmware.com/web/vmware/login.

    To check out Community activity for Fusion, go here: https://communities.vmware.com/community/vmtn/fusion. To participate you’ll need to register at the link above.

    As a Fusion customer, you can also email Fusion Support. If you haven’t emailed Support before, get started by opening Fusion and going to Help > Get Support. Your license key will display along with instructions on how to reach Support.

    Best, Nannette

    Reply
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