Hi all !! New here to the Mac Forum. Just joined up today, but didn’t think I’d be in trouble already, needing to open a “Help Thread” but I’m in a bit of a bind I have VmWare Fusion installed on my iMac & have loaded up XP Pro. However I’ve found that I can’t register / activate the Windows installation I have, due to an incorrect activation key. So I’d like to remove the virtual machine from my iMac & start out with a clean install with another Windows disk, that I know I have the correct key for. I see that I can uninstall VmWare Fusion, but doing that will still leave the virtual machine intact, taking up HD space. Is there a solution or am I now stuck with 20 Gigs of space wasted on my HD & will have to install another virtual machine, thereby using even more HD space Any & all help greatly appreciated ! “Kered” Edited to add:- Just did a search & found this recomendation..... "Delete the VM from the list in the VMware Virtual Machine Library and then remove the file from your ~/Documents/Virtual Machines directory." Does that do the trick ??? Will the HD space taken up by the VM now be freed up for future use ?? Cheers !