I have recently started using VMware Fusion 2.0 as my Virtual Machine application of choice, having previously used Parallels Desktop. I wanted to know how I can go about transferring (i.e. copying) my Windows XP Virtual Machine (that I've setup and installed all my apps on) from my MacPro computer to my MacBook computer...so that I don't have to go through the arduous process of reinstalling every single program all over again? When I was using Parallels Desktop, it was a simple as copying the Virtual Machine between computers, and then changing a couple small configuration options for the VM (such as RAM used, Default CD Drive, etc...) before actually running the VM on the other computer. It seems that the process isn't quite as simple when I've tried transferring my VMware Fusion VM, as attempting to do so and then making a couple small settings adjustments to the VM, and then launching the VM results in my computer slowing to a crawl, and the VM also gives me a notice that a considerable amount of hardware has changed on my VM's platform and that I will have to re-authenticate the Windows XP OS within three days to be able to continue using it. Unfortunately I don't even have the ability to do so because it never actually gets to the point where the icons show up on my desktop of the Windows VM and I can actually use it - rather, it remains such on a blank screen showing nothing other than the default windows wallpaper, at which point my computer (the whole computer, not just the VM) slows to a crawl and I have to force shutdown by holding down the power button for a couple seconds?? Anyone have any idea how to properly go about copying my VM between my laptop and desktop machines so that I don't run into these problems? Thanks!