VMWare tutorial question... I use VMWare Workstation on Windows Server 2003 SP1. I have a NIC card that I'm trying to install VMware Tools to. The legacy driver is installed. I installed VMware Tools, rebooted. When I install the VMware Tools, it freezes at the last part. I think it has to do with the first reboot during installation and then a second reboot later. Help?
I am having issues with a vm I have that does not want to work in VMWare. I have Windows 8.1, using Workstation 12-edit 5.0.1 SP2. I am told that my machine will not run this VM. It did run two instances of a Windows 7 VM no problem. I tried removing the existing VM files and re-installing, but the problem persists. What I can't figure out is how to reinstall the VHD file in VMWare that still has the license key associated with it.
I have been working with VMWare Workstation 9, Visual Studio 2010 and Windows Server 2008. I have been instructed to create a VHD and converted it to a DVD. I have never created a VHD in workstation. When I double click it, there is a blank window as if I had done nothing. I can't get to the instructions to convert a.VHD to a.VMDK. How do I create a VHD in workstation?
I've been experimenting with VMWare workstation 9 for the last few days. I'm trying to configure a Win 7 guest on a HP ProLiant DL380 Gen9. I've installed the latest VMWare tools on the host and I've installed VMWare tools on the guest. Once I start the guest, it shows the loading screen, the mouse pointer changes to an X and the CD-ROM drive spins up but the guest doesn't load.
An example of this is the DOE research that VMWARE, ACTIVIA, and the University of Helsinki (as shown in the linked paper) did to go after just one aspect of that idea, a secure, modern, Linux desktop you can plug into a network and install from a simple image. 3d9ccd7d82