Few of the drivers support widescreen resolutions, but you can try
For new features, newer versions of the drivers need to be ported to Syllable, but people stopped doing that years ago
On VMware, that would go through the VMware video driver, so that would have to be changed
I exported the VM as an OVF - it should be importable in any hypervisor that supports this. Is that OK for you?
I believe that VB and Microsofts's stuff should be able to load it
I don't know that format. I suppose VMware can also just load it?
that's a standard for VMs - OVF and OVA
Does it retain the VMware settings? The problem with loading images from other emulators is that you don't get the emulation settings, so it can break when for example it defaults to SATA instead of ATA
I re-loaded it and it seemed fine
Let's try it. We'll see what Doc says :-)
I don't see MS supporting it on Wikipedia, but it is supposed to work across VMware and VirtualBox