You have to play a video and let it playing in the background. If you don't want to hear the video, you will have to mute it. Now the audio of your virtual machine is back to normal. It is very helpful, but it spends a little bit of RAM. If you have less than 3 GB of RAM, you will have to install VMware Tool. The second solution is also helpful, but it doesn't work on the beta builds of Windows. I tried it out on Windows Whistler and it doesn't work. The last solution is the "VMAudioFixTray" program.
Download link: http://www.lilchips.com/vmaudiofixtray.htm
After you installed it, you have to copy it into your VM and put it into (Windows XP or older); C:\Documents and Settings\YOURUSERNAME\Start Menu\Programs\Startup (Windows Vista or newer); C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup
Then you have to restart your VM.
Tutorials for Operating Systems, Applications etc can be posted here.
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