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    I have installed Workstation Player 12.5 on a Windows 10 machine.  I have not been able to install an operation system.  When I created a new VM and set the CD to an ISO file, the VM tries to boot from the network skipping over the CD/ISO file even if I have the CD as the first boot device in BIOS.  Any suggestions?  I have tried with three separate systems, Win 98 OEM, Win 98 Retail and Win98SE OEM.  All iso images are bookable discs.

    Any ideas?


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    Fresh install of Debian 8.6.0 KDE starts with a 640x480 display which changes during boot to 800x600. Physical hardware is Asus P8Z77-M Pro motherboard with i7-3770 CPU, 32 GB Ram, 2x2TB Disk, Samsung S27B970D Display at 1920x1024, running 64-bit Windows 10 Pro. 

    How to configure the resolution of the Debian Virtual Machine?


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    I am running Win XP Pro guest on a Win 10 Host.  All host printers (and everything else) works fine on version 12.1.1 build-3770994. After upgrade to 12.5.0 all the virtual printers disappeared.  I have tried everything I can think of including removing and reinstalling the software and generating a new virtual machine, but the printers stay gone. When I restore Vmware from a backup to the 12.1.1 version, it works fine again. Am I locked into using v.12.1.1 forever?


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    The host PC has a high speed serial card fitted ("Brainboxes" RS422/485 PCi), plus its respective driver software. In Control Panel -> Device Manager the card's two serial ports appear as "Brainboxes RS422/485 Serial Port (COM8)" and "Brainboxes RS422/485 Serial Port (COM9)". They work fine when I talk to them from the host PC.

     

    I now need to talk to the com ports from the guest machine. I've configured the VM's settings to expose these serial ports, and on the guest machine (Win7) I can see them in Control Panel -> Device Manager, appearing as COM2 and COM3. Unfortunately my software is unable to talk to them, failing to open the serial port. The error message is "The parameter is incorrect", which I believe is due to using a high baud rate (921600) which isn't supported by "vanilla" com ports - hence the need for the Brainboxes driver.

     

    I installed their driver on the guest machine, then tried to update the two com ports (COM2 & COM3) with this driver. However the guest PC crashes at this point with a blue screen of death. Occasionally it will update the driver, but when I restart the PC I get the blue screen again and have to run a Windows repair to rollback the driver installation. Any thoughts?


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    Can I create a virtual operating system that only works on a PC? I do not want that a user can have a virtual operating system on 1000 different computer copying vmware files into others PC. Can I use VMware Workstation Player for this purpose, or should I use the Pro version? Do you have an Italian guide for my problem?

    Right now I'm using VirtualBox, but it does not have this specific function so I'm thinking to migrate to VMware.

    Thank you and I am sorry for my English

    Giampiero


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    Hello,

    I'm trying to run a VMware Conversion of an old laptop as a backup. I've run a VMware conversion and converted it to a vm 9 image file.

     

    When it gets opened in VMware Player everything works except for the keyboard inputs. The only way I can type on the screen is using either the on screen keyboard or connecting in with TeamViewer.

     

    Looking in Device Manager shows that the following error.

     

    Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration information (in the registry) is incomplete or damaged. (Code 19)

     

    Has anyone come across this before and know if a solution?

     

    Thanks

    Peter Sheridan


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  • 01/10/17--01:40: VMware Player deinstallieren
  • Guten Morgen,

    kann mir jemand schreiben, wie ich den VMware Player wieder deinstalliere?

    Vielen Dank.

    Claus


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    After installing Vmware Player on a Windows 7 x64 (HP Z440) the hosts NIC disconnects randomly and stays disconnected for about 5-10 minutes, then it comes back online and stays online for just a minute or so Before it disconnects again.

     

    In the event log I see event id 27

    Source: e1dexpress

     

    Intel(R) Ethernet Connection (2) I218-LM

     

    Network link is disconnected.

     

    If I disable the VMware Network Adapters It works fine but as soon I enable them again I start getting the disconnects again.

    Has anyone seen this before?

     

    Do I need to configure the hosts NIC in some way?

    Or the VMware NIC maybe?


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    Hi,

     

    I've just installed VMware Player on a HP Z440 workstation with Windows 7 x64.

    Everything seems fine except that sometimes when I start the computer the physical NIC don't connect to the network.

    Most of the time I can just disable the NIC and enable it again to fix the problem, but obviously something is wrong.

     

    If I disable the VMware NIC's I don't get any problems.

    I have a VM installed which is using bridged network, but my issue occurrs before I even start the VM.

     

    Any ideas of how to solve this?


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    I'm running Player 12.5.1 on a Linux (Fedora 25) host and the option for echo cancellation does not show up in the Hardware/Sound panel when running a Windows 7 guest. According to the documentation, echo cancellation support was added to Workstation 12 & Player 12 and I should see a checkbox for it. I thought maybe it didn't work for this VM created with an older version of Player, or only worked on a newer version of Windows, but I started creation of a VM for Windows 10 (far enough to get to the 'customize hardware' option before it is actually created) and it still didn't show up.

     

    Perhaps my host is incorrectly configured and that's why it doesn't show up? I did a pretty vanilla install of Fedora 25, and have a fairly generic Kaby Lake based laptop without any funky hardware. Any ideas?

     

    Here is the output of lspci -vv for the sound card. Since it shows up as a 'device 9d71' maybe it isn't fully supported in Linux yet?

     

    00:1f.3 Audio device: Intel Corporation Device 9d71 (rev 21)
        Subsystem: Hewlett-Packard Company Device 81ff
        Control: I/O- Mem+ BusMaster+ SpecCycle- MemWINV- VGASnoop- ParErr- Stepping- SERR- FastB2B- DisINTx+
        Status: Cap+ 66MHz- UDF- FastB2B- ParErr- DEVSEL=fast >TAbort- <TAbort- <MAbort- >SERR- <PERR- INTx-
        Latency: 32, Cache Line Size: 64 bytes
        Interrupt: pin A routed to IRQ 130
        Region 0: Memory at b1328000 (64-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=16K]
        Region 4: Memory at b1310000 (64-bit, non-prefetchable) [size=64K]
        Capabilities: [50] Power Management version 3
            Flags: PMEClk- DSI- D1- D2- AuxCurrent=55mA PME(D0-,D1-,D2-,D3hot+,D3cold+)
            Status: D0 NoSoftRst+ PME-Enable- DSel=0 DScale=0 PME-
        Capabilities: [60] MSI: Enable+ Count=1/1 Maskable- 64bit+
            Address: 00000000fee00338  Data: 0000
        Kernel driver in use: snd_hda_intel
        Kernel modules: snd_hda_intel, snd_soc_skl

     

    uname -a:

    Linux XXX 4.8.15-300.fc25.x86_64 #1 SMP Thu Dec 15 23:10:23 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux


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    I have been using Workstation 12 Player and I want to upgrade it to 12.5

    I downloaded VMware-player-12.5.2-4638234.exe and started installation.

    I received the following message:

    "This product installer does not support downgrades."

    What does this mean? Is there a different installer to download? Must I uninstall version 12?

    Thanks for any help.

    Ken Gash


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    Hi. Help me please.

    Windows 10

    can't install VMware Workstation player. "blinks" during the installation.this is the end.

    here is the logs from the temp folder:

     

    vminst.log

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Begin Logging

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Operating system info:

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Admin install = TRUE

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Major version = 6

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Minor version = 3

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Service pack  = 0

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Build number  = 9600

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Bitness       = 64-bit

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Platform      = NT

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Running from: "G:\downloads\VMware-player-12.1.0-3272444.exe"

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] MINORUPGRADE = 0

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Performing standard MSI install/major upgrade

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] PRODUCT_REG_NAME = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Silent installation = FALSE

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Upgrade at shutdown = FALSE

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] SKIPADMINCHECK = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] OPERATION = INSTALLUPD

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] PRODUCTNAME = VMware Player

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] UPGRADECODE = {217329DA-42FA-11E2-B26F-FAF46088709B}

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] PRODUCTCODE = {57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] LANGUAGES = 1041 2052

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VM_DATABASE64 = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VM_DATABASE = VMwarePlayer.msi

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] SFXINSERT = 1171456

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VMIOPTION = one

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] CACHEMSI = 1

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Cache MSI set to TRUE

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] MINIMUM_9X_MSI = 200

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] MINIMUM_NT_MSI = 300

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] INSTMSIW = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VCRUNTIME32 = vcredist_x86.exe

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VCRUNTIME64 = vcredist_x64.exe

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] PROPERTIES = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] OLDCODES =

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] HELPER_UI = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Info] Loading splash bitmap from resource id 1033.

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Info] Loaded splash bitmap from resource 1033.

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| UI thread started successfully

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| The user's default locale is 1049

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Total unpacked size will be 69 MB (71941808 bytes)

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] REQ_MB_SPACE = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Total space required to unpack is 133 MB (138758969 bytes)

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Attempting to find best location for unpacking temporary installation files

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Examining drive for temp folder "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\"

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive C: has 30793 MB (32288542720 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive D: has 134312 MB (140835962880 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive F: has 130817 MB (137171116032 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive G: has 81665 MB (85631729664 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive H: has 96737 MB (101435367424 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive I: has 148205 MB (155403649024 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| CurrentLocation "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\"

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Deleting [C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\]

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Creating directory 'C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\'

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Selecting "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\" for unpacking temp files

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Extracting setup files to "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\"

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|   --> VMwarePlayer.msi [62230528]

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|   --> vcredist_x86.exe [4485976]

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444|   --> vcredist_x64.exe [5225304]

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| IsMsiUpgradeNecessary: No upgrade is necessary. Windows Installer version 500 meets minimum requirements

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VCRUNTIME_VER = 9

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Look for VC 9 x32 runtime libraries.

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| install state for product code {1F1C2DFC-2D24-3E06-BCB8-725134ADF989} = 5

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| VC 9 x32 runtimes are already installed

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Look for VC 9 x64 runtime libraries.

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| install state for product code {4B6C7001-C7D6-3710-913E-5BC23FCE91E6} = 5

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| VC 9 x64 runtimes are already installed

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Caching installer in: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VMware\InstallerCache

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Found "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\VMwarePlayer.msi"

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Found "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VMware\InstallerCache"

    2017-01-12 06:36:20| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Copy 'C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\VMwarePlayer.msi' to 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VMware\InstallerCache\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}.msi'

     

    vminst_log_20170112_063616_Failed.log

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Begin Logging

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Operating system info:

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Admin install = TRUE

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Major version = 6

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Minor version = 3

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Service pack  = 0

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Build number  = 9600

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Bitness       = 64-bit

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444|    Platform      = NT

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Running from: "G:\downloads\VMware-player-12.1.0-3272444.exe"

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] MINORUPGRADE = 0

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Performing standard MSI install/major upgrade

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] PRODUCT_REG_NAME = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Silent installation = FALSE

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Upgrade at shutdown = FALSE

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] SKIPADMINCHECK = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] OPERATION = INSTALLUPD

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] PRODUCTNAME = VMware Player

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] UPGRADECODE = {217329DA-42FA-11E2-B26F-FAF46088709B}

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] PRODUCTCODE = {57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] LANGUAGES = 1041 2052

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VM_DATABASE64 = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VM_DATABASE = VMwarePlayer.msi

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] SFXINSERT = 1171456

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VMIOPTION = one

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] CACHEMSI = 1

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Cache MSI set to TRUE

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] MINIMUM_9X_MSI = 200

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] MINIMUM_NT_MSI = 300

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] INSTMSIW = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VCRUNTIME32 = vcredist_x86.exe

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VCRUNTIME64 = vcredist_x64.exe

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] PROPERTIES = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] OLDCODES =

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] HELPER_UI = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Info] Loading splash bitmap from resource id 1033.

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Info] Loaded splash bitmap from resource 1033.

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| UI thread started successfully

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| The user's default locale is 1049

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Total unpacked size will be 69 MB (71941808 bytes)

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] REQ_MB_SPACE = <not defined>

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Total space required to unpack is 133 MB (138758969 bytes)

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Attempting to find best location for unpacking temporary installation files

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Examining drive for temp folder "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\"

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive C: has 30793 MB (32288559104 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive D: has 134312 MB (140835962880 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive F: has 130817 MB (137171116032 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive G: has 81665 MB (85631729664 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive H: has 96737 MB (101435367424 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Local fixed drive I: has 148205 MB (155403649024 bytes) free

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| CurrentLocation "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\"

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Deleting [C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\]

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Creating directory 'C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\'

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Selecting "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\" for unpacking temp files

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Extracting setup files to "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\"

    2017-01-12 06:36:15| BootStrapper-build-3272444|   --> VMwarePlayer.msi [62230528]

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444|   --> vcredist_x86.exe [4485976]

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444|   --> vcredist_x64.exe [5225304]

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| IsMsiUpgradeNecessary: No upgrade is necessary. Windows Installer version 500 meets minimum requirements

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| [Resource] VCRUNTIME_VER = 9

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Look for VC 9 x32 runtime libraries.

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| install state for product code {1F1C2DFC-2D24-3E06-BCB8-725134ADF989} = 5

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| VC 9 x32 runtimes are already installed

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Look for VC 9 x64 runtime libraries.

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| install state for product code {4B6C7001-C7D6-3710-913E-5BC23FCE91E6} = 5

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| VC 9 x64 runtimes are already installed

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Caching installer in: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VMware\InstallerCache

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Found "C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\VMwarePlayer.msi"

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Found "C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VMware\InstallerCache"

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| Copy 'C:\Users\Fast10\AppData\Local\Temp\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}~setup\VMwarePlayer.msi' to 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VMware\InstallerCache\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}.msi'

    2017-01-12 06:36:16| BootStrapper-build-3272444| MSI cached as: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\VMware\InstallerCache\{57AA4E8A-E2C9-4F1C-B3F1-762C36E34472}.msi


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    I am using Windows 10 and recently installed vmware player 12.5 to run Linux on my system and I am constantly getting errors when i try to play any distro of Linux stating the following:

     

    This virtual machine is configured for 64-bit guest operating systems. However, 64-bit operation is not possible.

    This host supports Intel VT-x, but Intel VT-x is disabled.

    Intel VT-x might be disabled if it has been disabled in the BIOS/firmware settings or the host has not been power-cycled since changing this setting.

    (1) Verify that the BIOS/firmware settings enable Intel VT-x and disable 'trusted execution.'

    (2) Power-cycle the host if either of these BIOS/firmware settings have been changed.

    (3) Power-cycle the host if you have not done so since installing VMware Player.

    (4) Update the host's BIOS/firmware to the latest version.

    For more detailed information, see http://vmware.com/info?id=152.

     

    I have hyper-v activated in Windows and have verified I am, in fact, running a 64-bit OS and processor so the 64 bit guest OS should be able to run just fine.  I use Mcafee Internet Security as my AV and can't think of anything that would interfere with the guest OS from that particular AV.  I am doing this at home so that I can practice with Linux for my online college classes.  Any information that can be offered on solving this issue would be greatly appreciated.  I have attached the vmware.log file from my Ubuntu 64-bit 16.04.1 VM. 


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    Hi; I am running Windows 7, 64 Bit OS. I am experiencing the following error message: "Error while powering on: The operation was canceled by the user" when I attempt to power up my VMWare Player from a "Suspended" state. It works fine until then.

     

    Thanks


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  • 01/19/17--02:14: secret dhcp leases
  • Guys,

     

    My testenvironment in Vmware Player, receives dhcp leases from my mainnetwork, although the networkcardsettings in player are local only.
    Anyone who can help me with this?

     

    Thanks.


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    Hello,

     

    I am trying to find a way (preferably through the GUI so that it's quick to toggle on and off) to disable the clipboard sharing between Host and Guest.  I have checked under both Player > File > Preferences and under the VM's Settings > Options tab.  I can find references to "Guest Isolation" under documentation for Workstation Pro but nothing for Workstation Player. I couldn't find any reference to Guest Isolation in the Workstation Player Help doc.

     

    Is clipboard sharing disabling simply not supported in Player?  If so, it just seems so strange since one of the reasons for running a VM is security.  I would like to keep VMware Tools installed.


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    I have some problems:

    1. I use VMware Workstation 12 Player, I log on to the PC using domain admin, then I created some local users. With my domain admin, I have installed some applications, however, I try to log on to that PC using local user and I cannot see those applications. How do I configure in order local user can get those applications?
    2. I created a shared folder from guest OS to the host OS in order to gather information from guest OS to the host OS. however, it can easy for user to move data from host OS to the guest OS. How do I protect that shared folder in order to be more secured (data cannot be moved from host OS to the guest OS)?
    3. I use VMware Workstation 12 Player with 2 MAC addresses which are from guest OS and host OS. I use 2 port security (switchport port-security maximum 2) I can get internet connection with my domain admin, but I did not get internet connectivity (cannot reach IP gateway) with domain user. Further, when I changed maximum value of port security to be 7. My domain user can get the internet connection. Since security issue, I have to use maximum value of port security is 2. What do I have to do to get internet connection with 2 port security. For your information, I use Windows 7.

    I look forward for any response or suggestion. Any suggestion would be appreciated. Thanks.


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    I have encountered a major problem with an old version of VMWare Player (VMware-player-6.0.1-1379776):

     

    The machine that I have this on has been successfully upgraded through various Windows versions from Windows 7 to the current Windows 10 "Anniversary" 1607. At no time did any messages appear about incompatibility.

     

    It is now impossible to upgrade the VMWare Player as the original VMware-player-6.0.1-1379776 will not uninstall, giving the dreaded MSI error. Furthermore, when attempting to use the original exe to achieve a re-install one receives the message that the program will not run under this versions of windows. Any attempt to tell Windows 10 to run it in compatibility mode for either Windows 7 or 8 fails with the same message.

     

    I have followed the instructions for manual removal as detailed in:

    https://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=1308

    to the letter.

     

    This results in a host system that has no keyboard or touchpad, and is not repairable with either SFC or DISM.

     

    I have also tried third party uninstallers, (both Microsoft and Revo), the result is the same, no keyboard or mouse.

     

    Fortunately I have multiple working partitions on this machine so I can always copy back the original partition the Windows 10 with a working keyboard and mouse.

     

    The crazy thing is that the VMware-player-6.0.1 still loads and works fine with no need to set any compatibility settings at all!!

     

    I am thus stuck in a mortal embrace that is only resolvable by a clean install of Windows 10. Having spent over a day of my life so far on this then thought of having to re-install and register another 50 or so programs fills me with dread!

     

    I suspect the problem is to do with driver signing in newer versions of Windows 10. I have tried turning this off in Windows 10 and it made no difference, but I suspect that is where the problem lies.

     

    Any ideas anyone??


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    Folk,

    Hello. I am using VMware Workstation Player 12.5.

    My host machine is Windows 10 with hard disk 1TB (1000GB).

    My guest machine is Oracle Linux 5 with virtual hard disk 100GB currently.

     

    I need to expand my virtual hard disk 100GB to the maximum size. I have checked the 2 links below:

    1)https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc708315(v=ws.10).aspx  indicates:

    The maximum size for a virtual hard disk is 2,040 gigabytes (GB). However, any virtual hard disk attached to the IDE controller cannot exceed 127 gigabytes (GB). To support a larger virtual hard disk size, attach the virtual hard disk to a SCSI adapter.

     

    2)https://www.vmware.com/support/ws45/doc/disks_config_ws.html  indicates:

    IDE virtual disks can be as large as 128GB. SCSI virtual disks can be as large as 256GB. Depending on the size of the virtual disk and the host operating system, VMware Workstation creates one or more files to hold each virtual disk.

     

    The first link indicates max size 2040GB.

    The second link indicates max size 256GB.

     

    My questions are:

    1) What's the max size of a Virtual Hard Disk ?

    2) Either 2040GB or 256GB is not enough for my Virtual Machine as a Server. Can we migrate the Virtual Hard Disk to a large hard disk of physical machine ?

     

     

    Thanks in advance.


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    I have VMWare Player 7.1.4 build-3848939 on Windows 8.1 Pro 64 bit.

     

    I created a VM running Ubuntu 16.10 32 bit (with all updates and vmware tools).

     

    Then I dragdropped a large file (7GB) into the Documents folder. Everything seemed fine, but then I noticed the destination file was only 184320 bytes big.

    There was a correct copy of the file in ~/.cache/vmware/drag_and_drop/525ed2c1-c8b1-d3e2-e8d6-628905d57fed/

     

    Versions of the vmtools:

    Mware Tools daemon, version 9.9.5.55150 (build-3735633)

    See attached manifest.txt

     

    Regards,

    David


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