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Repair option work me as well Raghavendra Chary B 25 November 2013 at 12:59 am Thanks very much! After going through this page, i try to check on the services. It works fine until then.Thanks vmware log.txt 131.8 K 26464Views Tags: none (add) vmwareContent tagged with vmware, playerContent tagged with player, troubleContent tagged with trouble, courseraContent tagged with coursera This content Re: VMWare Player error(Log Below) The_Roly Nov 6, 2015 7:40 AM (in response to FrustratedinBoston) I have installed Daemon tools in my computer and this app have a service named DiscSoftBusService.exe, http://gmailpush.com/vmware-workstation/vmware-workstation-64-bit-error.html

Incapsula incident ID: 509000130028249663-161846372180230355 Request unsuccessful. Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 8. Refer to these log files if you need to audit or troubleshoot a problem with remote access or remote authorization. I copied only the *.vmx and *.vmdk files into a new folder and tried to launch the *vmx as a new VM, but got the Internal error message again.

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Then select the General page in the list. When I started it, I was prompted to answer whether the VM had been moved or copied. Workstation Server Log Files Host System Location Most Windows hosts C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\VMware\hostd\hostd-n.log Windows Vista and Windows 7 hosts C:\ProgramData\VMware\hostd\hostd-n.log Linux hosts /var/log/vmware/hostd-n.log On Linux hosts, security-related information, such In my case, windows update and rebooting my computer solved it.

No reinstalling no repair no windows update. Shonhloi 11 September 2014 at 12:54 am Turker s solution was the cure. 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. Delete Vmware Log Files Mar 01 10:31:23.016: vmui| VMDlg::ShowDialog: Unable to open file "D:\VMware\Virtual Machines\XP-Office2007\XP-Office2007.vmdk": One of the disks in this virtual machine is already in use by a virtual machine or by a snapshot.

Thanks! After deleting these files try running the Virtual Machine again.Note: The checkpoint.vmState option in the .vmx configuration file may also need to be set to: checkpoint.vmState = "" Like Show 0 I reinstalled Workstation from Software Center and lo and behold, the VMs powered up normally. This is not a production configuration, and I am well aware of the existence of reliable power supplies used in the vast majority thereof.I was surprised the copy worked because it

Today it happens on my lappy in my office. Vmware Logs Upload What i've found out was the "VMware Workstation Server" was not started. Designed and developed by Oliver Baty . After i disabled vmware from startup and manually start it , appears this error "internal error".

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The answer is that the VMWare Authorization Service needs to be running. Re: VMWare Player error(Log Below) francwalter Mar 1, 2016 4:13 AM (in response to tftrim) Same with me, I didn't notice that in background I had a robocopy backup of the Vmware.log Location Windows Run Vmware as admin. !!! Vmware Esxi Logs Share This Page Legend Correct Answers - 10 points Request unsuccessful.

Re: VMWare Player error(Log Below) computerfreako2 May 2, 2015 4:59 PM (in response to FrustratedinBoston) I had the same problem, but I noticed that I was starting it from my USB. http://gmailpush.com/vmware-workstation/vmware-workstation-7-error-ui-timed-out.html by PerformanceGuru on ‎08-07-2015 10:01 AM Labels: Configuration Use the following instructions to retrieve the vmware.log in the event it is requested by SOASTA support staff: Locate the virtual machine. Running VMWare Workstation as ‘Administrator' worked for me. Since the reinstall, upon clicking the "Power on this virtual machine" link, VMware returns a cryptic "Internal error." and fails to start the VM. Vmware Vcenter Logs

Instead of pointing the IDE drive to the "XP-Office2007-000001.vmdk" file, I moved that file out of my VM directory and then changed the ide0:0.fileName value to point to the older *.vmdk For VMware Player: Open the virtual machine and select it in the Library. I like to think I'm pretty decent with VMware, so I decided I'd roll up my sleeves, dig into the VM, and try to figure it out. http://gmailpush.com/vmware-workstation/vmware-workstation-error-25011.html However if the VM won't resume then I do not see any other choice to attempt to run the Virtual Machine.To remove the suspend state from the Virtual Machine close VMware

Re: VMWare Player error(Log Below) Gaiser Jul 25, 2013 2:54 PM (in response to FrustratedinBoston) Same problem here. Vmware Virtual Machine Log Files Turker 12 October 2013 at 9:21 am Right-click on VmPlayer icon and run as admin. Mar 01 10:31:23.016: vmui-3992| Cannot open D:\VMware\Virtual Machines\XP-Office2007\XP-Office2007.vmdk of type disk: One of the disks in this virtual machine is already in use by a virtual machine or by a snapshot.

Re: VMWare Player error(Log Below) WoodyZ Nov 17, 2014 10:08 AM (in response to raidex) raidex wrote: I tried the steps below as suggested by WoodyZ, which has worked in in

The *.vmx and *.vmdk files were created, however. The steps I presented obviously will not work in every use case scenario nor are they intended to as sometimes the virtual hard disk can be corrupted beyond repair when a Then click the "Edit Virtual Machine Settings" link. The Vmware Workstation Server Service Terminated With Service Specific Error 1 aussieboykie 25 February 2014 at 5:25 pm Running as Administrator did the trick for me.

Note: Never run VMWare images from USB. You can not post a blank message. It won't work. weblink i was getting the "the virtual machine is already in use by an application on your computer" message and deleting the lck folder did the trick….facepalm that i didn't discover this

I replied copied, and pure joy followed. Ran the original installation media again and chose ‘Repair'. When I closed the window with the red X and tried to power on the VM, I got the same Internal error message. If you kill this process from your system the Virtual Machine will work again.

The VM is now working. It's frustrating though. Jasmine 11 October 2014 at 1:12 am restart/start service : VMware Authorization Service Joy 9 December 2014 at 2:18 pm " deleting the .vmx..lck directory and it’s contents" works for me Article Options Article History Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark as New Mark as Read Bookmark Subscribe Email to a Friend Printer Friendly Page Report Inappropriate Content Home : CloudTest : CloudTest

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