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    Hi there,

    I am wondering if someone can help me in VMWARE Workstation. I have recently installed vmware workstation on win2008 with WIN2003 as the guest operating system. The moment I try to login, I get the below error and can't start the guest system.

    I am using a DELL POWEREDGE T105 with AMB Dual Core processor. Please if any of you GURUS can help me out as I am stuck over here.

    Thanks in advance


    *** VMware Workstation internal monitor error ***
    vcpu-0:VMM fault: regs=0x5e2c, exc=13, eip=0x8d612
    Please report this problem by selecting menu item Help > VMware on the Web > Request Support, or by going to the Web page "http://www.vmware.com/info?id=8&logFile=C%3a%5cUsers%5cAdministrator%2eA MB%5cDocuments%5cvmware%2elog&coreLocation=C%3a%5c Users%5cAdministrator%2eAMB%5cDocuments%5cvmware%2 dcore%2egz". Please provide us with the log file (C:\Users\Administrator.AMB\Documents\vmware.log) and the core file (C:\Users\Administrator.AMB\Documents\vmware-core.gz).
    If the problem is repeatable, please select 'Run with debugging information' in the Options panel of Virtual Machine Settings. Then reproduce the incident and file it according to the instructions.
    To collect data to submit to VMware support, select Help > About and click "Collect Support Data". You can also run the "vm-support" script in the Workstation folder directly.
    We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.
    We appreciate your feedback,
    -- the VMware Workstation team.

  • #2
    Re: VMware Workstation internal monitor error

    Originally posted by abhishekbhargav View Post
    The moment I try to login, I get the below error and can't start the guest system.
    Login to what? If you are unable to start the guest OS then presumably you mean when you login to the host?

    Originally posted by abhishekbhargav View Post
    I am wondering if someone can help me in VMWARE Workstation
    Perhaps, if you tell us what version.

    Be advised that at present, no version of VMware Workstation officially supports installation on Windows Server 2008.
    Last edited by gforceindustries; 25th December 2008, 16:21.
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    • #3
      Re: VMware Workstation internal monitor error

      Hi,

      I meant when I "start" the guest operating system. I get this error.

      I am using version 6.0.4 build-93057. Please let me know if you need any other information.

      Cheers
      Abhi

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      • #4
        Re: VMware Workstation internal monitor error

        First upgrade to version 6.5.1 | 2008/11/21 | Build: 126130

        And then try and start the machine again...
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        • #5
          Re: VMware Workstation internal monitor error

          Thanks Guys. I downgraded the machine to 2003 64 bit edition and it works fine.

          May be 2008 is not officially supported and is not compatible as I am also using a old version of vmware workstation.

          Cheers

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