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VMware Player Problem

Discussion in 'General Software' started by freebie, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. freebie

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    I'm trying to run VMware player on my machine to have a play with the new WHS 2011 software, but when i try and install it says ...
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    So I thought i'd try windows 7 x64 same version as on my machine, same problem. had a look in bios like a friend suggested for a virtualisation setting but can't find one, Any ideas??
     
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    Im not sure what the problem is you have so can't realy help but do you have the motherboard book handy? If so it might be worth looking through it to see if it says anything about a virtual technology setting.

    If you don't have the book you could always download it from asus site.

    One thing is your pic that seems strange is its saying the app your trying to run is 64bit but your cpu does not suport 64bit, Now if your system spec is correct then i know for a fact your cpu is 64bit because i have the same cpu.
     
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    I think it's a problem with the VMX file.

    Try making a new one. If that doesn't work I'll send you the one I have for Win 7 x64.
     

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