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I have an account and I can access the download page, but I think they have an error in the site! instead I'm getting directed to another ISO file (VMware-Tools) the MD5 is correct for the VMware-Tools ISO!!!

I was trying to find a way to contact them, but I can not find any place in there website !!!!

any one faced same problem?

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on another place in the site, there seems to be the correct info, but it takes me to the page where the image above !!!!

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Scroll further down to the one labeled ESXi 4.1 Installable Update 1 (CD ISO) with an MD5 sum of d68d6c2e040a87cd04cd18c04c22c998. It's all still there, just in an unintuitive order.

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but isn't it an update CD? or is it for fresh install as well! –  Data-Base Apr 13 '11 at 7:34
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The CD is for fresh installs only. You'll want the upgrade zip bundle if you're looking to update an existing host. –  Shane Madden Apr 13 '11 at 14:12

I just downloaded the same file just fine on both W7/IE9 and OSX/Safari machines, that said I think this is a question for VMWare's web support people not here.

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I think it is a question for VMWare's web support people too, but how I can contact them! I can not find a page or an email to contact them! –  Data-Base Apr 8 '11 at 10:27
    
You probably receive contact information for support after licensing thousands of dollars of software from them. :) –  Aaron Copley Apr 8 '11 at 16:39
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No, this is a website issue, they have a form to complete for issues such as this; vmware.com/contact/… –  Chopper3 Apr 8 '11 at 16:44

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