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It's sort of possible. There's no way to have a separate window on the host for each guest monitor, but you can have one large host window with multiple monitors in the guest. With the VM powered off, go to VM > Settings > Hardware > Display. Select "Specify monitor settings", and set "Number of monitors" to 2 or more. Disable Autofit Guest by going to ...


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I'd also try the ISO tool; I haven't had any issues using it... except when not logged on as an administrator account: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/windows10 Good luck


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Apparently, Windows 10 does not like SCSI drives. The VMWare VDisk was defaulted to SCSI when the VM was created. All that was necessary, was to change the disk to an IDE interface, and retry the upgrade. To do this, the steps are as follows: Power down the VM. Delete any snapshots. Edit the VM Settings, and Remove the hard disk. Edit the VMDK hard disk ...


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No migration necessary, simply copy over the whole folder for each VM and open the .vmx


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What I did was put the win 8 VMware in 1024x768 screen and do update to win 10 by dvd. I never got the svga error again. After updating, I removed the vmware tools. Reboot. Go back in new VMware win 10 and install VMware tools to fix the screen resolutions choices, and it functions just fine. Win 10 is in 1440 x 900 and looks great. And goes to 1920x1028 if ...


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It's needed to use the Shared VMs feature of VMware Workstation to access VMs remotely. If you don't need it, then you can disable it by going to Edit > Preferences > Shared VMs > Disable Sharing.


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This is not a duplicated question. What OP is trying to do is something like this: Host A(with VT-X support)->virtual machine B-->some applications need VT-X and getting VT-X support inside B so applications -- may be another VM or emulator -- running inside B, can take advantage of vt-x. Its called "Nested Hardware Virtualization", supported by ...



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