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I create a question in [Windows Server forum] Question, Windows Server 21H2 after trying to install KB CU get BSOD on VMware, Just FYI – Windows Server is not listed as a supported guest operating system for Workstation in VMware’s compatibility lists, only ESXi.
Informing VMware staff about the “bug” would require you to open a support case with them. VMware employees sometimes can be seen in this forum, it’s not part of their official duties – meaning that anything noted here is not guaranteed to be seen or addressed by VMware. That being said, maybe some of the more experienced users here might be able to offer some advice. Thoughts I have: What hardware are you running Workstation on, and does its CPU meet Microsoft requirements for Windows Server ?
Out of curiosity what is shown in the Windows Server Event Viewer for this action. I’ve check the Microsoft Update Catalogue and can find no refer to KB, are you able to provide more detail on this. I have just installed a standalone KB onto a virtual Windows Server with absolutely no issues [VMware Workstation Pro].
Therefore I suspect that what Technogeezer alluded to, to be the case, that either its a configuration issue, previous patch conflict or a hardware issue. My processor is a Xeon W- in Dell Precision workstation. My host is Linux Debian, WS is Same here with VMware Workstation After this modification, WS start correctly and, if needed, update could be removed. Thanks Louis! Then removed July CU KB, upped the cores back to 2 and voila! Interesting catch. Here it is working with 2 processors and 2 cores from the get go.
No crash, even with update. I have a virtual machine running Microsoft Windows Server configured with 8 vCPUs, with all updates applied, including the offending one, I had no problems whatsoever. The host machine is quite old, run with Microsoft Windows 10 professional with all updates available to date, the same applies to the VMware Workstation pro product, has an Intel XEON EV3 processor installed. Then I have another virtual machine running Microsoft Windows Server configured with 6 vCPUs with all updates applied, including the offending one, I had no problems whatsoever.
The host machine run with Microsoft Windows 11 professional with all updates available to date, the same applies to the VMware Workstation pro product and is more recent, has an Intel core I processor installed. In both my host machines no component related to HYPER-V is active nor any energy saving mechanism. I use those virtual machines to test updates released from time to time by Microsoft.
Thanks swinnenl this worked for me. No update BSOD again same error unsupported processor if I increase the number of CPUs with the latest VMware workstation version. Seems like a bug in the Windows Hypervisor Platform that we use as the issue doesn’t seem to persist when using our ‘VMM’, it only happens when we’re using the WHP via our ‘ULM’, but we’re trying to work around it. Curious to know if there is an estimated timeline on a fix. We are running Windows Server in VMWare Workstation to perform application tests and the single core workaround is really bogging things down, and sometimes leading to crashes.
Unfortunately we can’t revert the Windows update that led to this. I don’t know if it’s an option for you but I run VMWare Workstation in Ubuntu and don’t have the issue.
It’s a duel boot system and when I boot into Windows 11 I have the issue but in Ubuntu I don’t. Which seems like it might have some relevant clues about what changed; the timing is right, and the description feels like the sort of things VMware’s ULM might be invovled in Turn on suggestions. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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I have Windows Server 21H2 on VMWare When Windows try to update and installing KB CU, after restarting Windows In installing procedure I got a BSOD with error: Unsupported Processor. after I try to boost system in safe mode, Windows try to undoing the update and after restarting , work properly,. But the problem is Windows try to update again, and all story occurred again 😞. Tags 2. Tags: bug. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. kjsdtts Contributor. Got exactly the same error!
Praying there’s a VMWkstn patch or something very soon. How to inform VMWare stuff about this bug? Technogeezer Virtuoso. CarltonR Hot Shot. soroshsabz wrote: ‘ When Windows try to update and installing KB CU.
So as suggested, take a look at your Event Viewer. louyo Virtuoso. That KB is listed as a security update. I just tried to replicate the error. Installed the server, with desktop as a server. UEFI but no secure boot. Installed all updates including the above. No errors 3. Installed VMware tools. So far so good. what is your processor model? swinnenl Contributor. Hello, Same here with VMware Workstation Hopefully support for catches up on VMW. Kinnison Hot Shot. Hi, Interesting topic, I have a virtual machine running Microsoft Windows Server configured with 8 vCPUs, with all updates applied, including the offending one, I had no problems whatsoever.
Regards, Ferdinando. Matembissa Contributor. Did any one test this bug with VMware Workstation Mikero Community Manager. Just a heads up that this is something we’re aware of and are working on. SituationPogo Contributor.
SamerAjlawi Contributor. Got the same issue. only work around was decrease to 1 core, thanks. cneasonj Contributor. puetzk Contributor.
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Those parameters got 3D OpenGL support working again for me on Gentoo with a pre Turing Nvidia GTX Sorry for my bad English, but I have the same problem with VM Workstation When I start a 3d game in the Win7 guest, it crashes with the same error message. I went back to version Is this possibly a general problem with 3d acceleration in version BUT there is a big performance drop with 3D.
Or Vulkan if it could work! Speaking of it : I DO have the vulkan functions enabled and tested , but setting mks. banackm Is this issue caused by something that needs to be addressed on the VMware side or something that we should be looking to resolve on the host OS side?
I’m experiencing the same issue with a NVIDIA GeForce RTX Super non-free drivers and Intel R Core TM iH implemented with Nvidia Prime, but from what I read from the release notes for While a work around is definitely great to avoid having to roll back to Ubuntu Vulkan happens to run by default on the 1st GPU it lists.
For me, it was the Intel graphics integrated GPU, which of course has no Vulkan support You can test Vulkan support on your system by using the executable “vkcube”, installed with a package named “vulkan-tools”. This utility simply displays a cube. If your system is not configured properly, the little window will be all black, with no cube.
You can list the. To permanently set this export, you can add the command line in your. Log out, log in, launch your VM with these options in your.
vmx file :. Parazythum’s solution resolved the issue on my machine as well. One potentially useful discovery I made while testing this is that Vulkan and Workstation’s 3D acceleration work properly on my Optimus laptop when Nvidia Prime is set to “on-demand” and Intel integrated graphics is driving the display. profile resolves the issue. in Lenovo X1 6th gen yoga with Intel GPU and Ubuntu vkcude showing the cube rotating.
This issue would be specific to Linux, but there may be other issues that hit on Windows. Turn on suggestions.
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All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. ivanbondar Contributor. banackm VMware Employee. You could try setting these config options: mks. some sandbox logs – hope it helps I use Wayland and I need to use Wayland Here are my logs as well. I hope they will help to find out the root cause.
The only problem in my case is that the VM is encrypted I have to use virtual TPM there and adding options to the vmx file is not so easy 😞 Anyway, I hope this issue will be fixed in the future release.
I gave it another try to workstation pro No more problems. I’ll leave to you any comment 🙂. I do have exactely the same issue: after loosing the focus for some time, I return to the VM and I find it frozen. I switched to my Mac on which the problem does not exist.
I would have to check the Windows install to see if the problem is still there. Not exactly what you were hoping to hear i suppose but i hope it helps. Hi Teddos, thank you for the answer I will keep on strugling with it. Here is an account of our team’s struggle with Workstation stability on Window’s Something in a resent Windows update is conflicting with Workstation dependencies? Good luck, John.
Good Luck! The Display freezes continue and it’s most likely an issue with a Microsoft display adapter change instituted a month or two? ago and released in their updates. Our best guess taking a look at time frame of updates and issue. Since my Dell Inspiron has 3 ssd drives and all the VMs are on the D and E drives, I decided to replace the OS C drive with a brand new and clean Windows 10 installation. Of course it took my the complete weekend to reinstall the Softwares I had in the Host machine and I had to move Office license from one drive to the other but it was worth it.
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Sorav84 Contributor. Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Mute Subscribe to RSS Feed Permalink Print Report Inappropriate Content. VMware workstation 16 freeze issue. Hi , I am facing following issue with VMware workstation 16 pro: Always freezes when I suspend a single or multiple VMs by exiting workstation.
I have to terminate workstation from Task Manager Doesn’t uninstall completely. I wanted to do a fresh install of workstation pro 16 but when i did from windows application manager.
It only uninstalled license information and from windows application wizard but the actual installed file still remains It is slow to launch. Does anyone have any idea? Any advice please. Regards, Saurabh. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. The host computer details: OS- Windows 10 Processor – K RAM – 32 GB.
Ray C. Vicmeister Contributor. Hi, This may be completely unrelated, but I have seen this recently, and after some trial and error, I managed to resolve it. Maybe one for the VM guys to look at. My workaround above got me up and running though. Teddos Contributor. rdelmont Contributor. Pippo67 Contributor. Good morning Teddos, did you solve the problem. Hi Pippo67, I switched to my Mac on which the problem does not exist.