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Old 09-02-2011, 02:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a macbook with blackberrys software everythings fine ... I also have vmware fusion 3 ... Installed 6.1 dm and 7.0 software for 9810 , I also installed usb drivers , but my 9810 doesn't get picked up by dm , I'm using windows xp ... On the mac side its fine ... Any ideas ? Thanks in advance
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OK, the question is, why do you need to have both O/S backing up the Blackberry?
The Manager woks like a charm in the Mac; why do you need XP too?
VM ware makes a virtual machine within the hard drive of the Mac, but it needs permission to access the ports and facilities of he Mac - you need to make them items in common, I think.
Best to call VMWare on this if you insist on using the Mac to pass info to Windows.
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OK, the question is, why do you need to have both O/S backing up the Blackberry?
The Manager woks like a charm in the Mac; why do you need XP too?
VM ware makes a virtual machine within the hard drive of the Mac, but it needs permission to access the ports and facilities of he Mac - you need to make them items in common, I think.
Best to call VMWare on this if you insist on using the Mac to pass info to Windows.
so that i can use the loader to install beta os
the mac manager won't install the address book in groups
Pocket mac use to but not now , even though they say it will . there tech support blows
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The best sync option is Google Sync. Wireless + free + reliable.

Installing an OS is a different issue.
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