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Topic # 108506 30-Aug-2012 14:39
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I am trying to create a new VM using (Windows8-ReleasePreview-32bit-English.iso) however I keep hitting a brick wall. I'm VM Ware Workstation 9. Here is the error that I get : http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/getfile/159086.

Can you please assist me with this? Thanks.

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  Reply # 679280 30-Aug-2012 14:44
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  Reply # 679287 30-Aug-2012 14:52
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Yup, goes to a dead end. You'd have to contact MS in regards to that, nothing can be done from here as such.

Where did you download the media from ? If it wasnt Microsoft, it may have been "fiddled".




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  Reply # 679549 31-Aug-2012 07:06
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I downloaded it from MS. All good.. thanks for trying mate.

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  Reply # 679584 31-Aug-2012 09:26
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problem is we cannot see the screenshot.

can you describe the error message?



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  Reply # 680624 3-Sep-2012 07:27
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Sorry - I'll try and attach the screen shot. 


http://www.flickr.com/photos/79621732@N03/7915884062/
Hope that helps.

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  Reply # 680628 3-Sep-2012 07:55
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You have to add a Hard-drive to the VM, shut the Virtual machine down, and edit the settings and add a HDD.

http://www.vmware.com/support/ws5/doc/ws_disk_add_virtual.html




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  Reply # 680759 3-Sep-2012 12:00
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Tried that.. i.e adding a new hd but no luck as of yet. I might rest my case till I get more time to spend on this ;)

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