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#1 wjdwndud0114


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Posted 01 June 2014 - 11:20 PM

Hi, I recently installed VMware Workstation 10. I'm experiencing lag on the host computer and the virtual machine is just slow at things (downloading, updating). My main computer specs are: GTX 660, I5 3750k, and 8gb ram. I gave the virtual machine 2gb ram which i think is enough and that leaves about 6gb for my host. The host works fine without VMware running. What do you think is the problem of this lag? And yes I enabled virtualization tech in BIOS

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