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I am running VMware Fusion on my mac and during a shutdown it has become frozen.  I can see the wallpaper for the VM but no icons.  I have tried send a Control Alt Delete and shutdown and no luck.  I also tried holding down the option key and that did not do anything.

I did get this message once.

The VMware Tools resume script did not run successfully in this virtual machine.

Any ideas?
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The VM guest some has got confused/hung and maybe the easiest thing to do is restart your Mac. Stupid solution, but it could be the quickest...
Disclaimer: No experience of VMWare Fusion.
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I have reset the computer several times.  
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