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wenyu

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#119135 21-May-2013 21:12
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Hi, I have a VM running Windows2003 (64bit) under an Esxi, and the Esxi under VMware workstation 8.

The Windows 2003 server always hanging, my mouse and keyboard doesn't has response.

Anyone can give me an advice? Thanks!!!!

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My PC - CPU: i7 - 3770, 3.4Ghz, RAM:16GB

Esxi - CPU: 4 processors 2 cores, RAM:4GB

Wind2003 - CPU: 2 processors 2 cores, RAM:4GB


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nathan
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  #823210 21-May-2013 21:50
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Has it always done this?

If not, what changed?

Does it still repro if you don't do nested virtualisation?




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wenyu

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#823227 21-May-2013 22:01
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Thank you for your reply.

Has it always done this? 

Yes, always done this. Even I just right click "My Computer". I tried RDP to this server, but it still happens. It is a new and only one server under the Esxi.
 

Does it still repro if you don't do nested virtualisation? 

No, If I installed the Win2003 just under the workstation, it works fine.  Looks the esxi causes this...                

 
 
 
 


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  #823235 21-May-2013 22:08
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I'd make sure all your VMware Additions (drivers in guest) are all up to date and you're running all the Workstaion and ESXi patches




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wenyu

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  #823237 21-May-2013 22:11
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uh...Thanks, I need to do this. I will let you know the result.Smile

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  #824245 23-May-2013 17:53
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Why are you still using 2003? Why not 2008r2 or 2012

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  #828317 30-May-2013 14:35
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wenyu: Hi, I have a VM running Windows2003 (64bit) under an Esxi, and the Esxi under VMware workstation 8.

The Windows 2003 server always hanging, my mouse and keyboard doesn't has response.

Anyone can give me an advice? Thanks!!!!

More Details:

My PC - CPU: i7 - 3770, 3.4Ghz, RAM:16GB

Esxi - CPU: 4 processors 2 cores, RAM:4GB

Wind2003 - CPU: 2 processors 2 cores, RAM:4GB



Hold on, you have the ESXi hypervisor running on VMWare workstation, and this is running on your host computer? and Windows 2003 is running within the ESXi hypervisor?

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