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Old 09-01-2004, 05:10 AM   #1
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size of shared folder not correct VMWare


My 235 and 80 GB Linux hard drives show up as 3.5 GB when I share their mount points in my WinXP VM. Why is this? Can you increase it somehow? I cannot copy or create large DVD ISO files to the shared folders without getting a "Not enough disk space" error. I looked through the manual and the VMWare forum with no luck. Any thoughts? Thanks.
 
  


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