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I am running xp virtual machine on a mac book pro and not able to connect to internet

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I am running xp virtual machine on a mac book pro and not able to connect to internet  
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Make sure the NIC is enabled on the VM.  After doing that the next step would be to check and make sure you have a valid IP address.  If there is a proxy server you will need to enter that in.  
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you didn't say which VM. Normally, once in VM, you get options to use NIC as Host, Bridged mode or NAT. I have set mine to Bridged mode. then check to see if you are getting the IP allocated.

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