VMWare Server Crashes Vista

Oct 04, 2009 @ 08:35 pm by HackingManual

How to stop VMWare Server from crashing/Freezing Vista.

If you install VMWare Server 1.09 or below your computer will freeze up when you start your virtual machine. To fix that first go to

Host—Host Settings—Fit all host memory into reserved host ram.

The second thing you want to do is make sure your virtual machine has a low spec of memory, so I you have 2GB of ram, and vista is using 1GB, then use 512MB for you virtual machine.

Vista doesn’t play well with VMWare Server1.09 and below, to resolve that you could always upgrade to VMWare Server 2 and above. Although I have noticed VMWare Server 2 is wierd and difficult to use compare to version 1.

Another option is that you can run VMWare Server on XP. It runs much better and smoother. I wonder if this issue will be fixed in Windows 7

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Download Vista Recovery Disk

Apr 26, 2009 @ 10:16 am by HackingManual

In the event that vista crashes you will need a vista recovery disk. If you purchased computer didn’t come with a copy of vista you can download the vista recovery disk from NeoSmart. This won’t install vista, but it will provide you with the repair option.

http://neosmart.net/blog/2008/windows-vista-recovery-disc-download/

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Vista Won’t Boot after Ghost

Apr 25, 2009 @ 10:24 am by HackingManual

I orginally discovered this problem after Ghosting my laptop to upgrade my hard drive.  It dispayed a white – and wouldn’t boot.

Solution: Pop in your vista recovery disk and do a start up repair. In the event that doesn’t do the trick.

Go to CMD line.

Type C:/

Bootrec.exe /fixmbr

bootrec.exe /fixboot

and just restart your computer. This fixes the master boot record and allows your drive to boot.

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