No, VMWare is the same that way. You're always going to see this in a
virtualization product -- one of the biggest draw of virtualization is
hardware independence, and that's only done by presenting the same
hardware to the VM all the time.
There is a very special (and costly) version of one of the
virtualization products that can use a host video card (it has to have
two to pull this off, and it has to be VERY specific hardware.) I
don't remember what it was but I don't have a couple thousand to throw
at something like that.
For the future, there are some new things being built into CPU's to
make it easier, but I don't see a VM having full access any time
soon... (nor do I think I'd want it to -- if you need that kind of
access it's going to be cheaper to just run it on the host rather than
dealing with a VM.)
On Wed, 18 Nov 2009 14:00:54 -0600, Sf3d0 <email@example.com>
>Thank you both for your answers..
>But I'm also keen on VMware..Is there any way to recognize my hardware
>using this program..? Or any other way to do it..?