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Mar
23
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
30
awarded  Commentator
Sep
30
revised .srt subtitle files not loading for .mkv video files
updated
Sep
30
comment .srt subtitle files not loading for .mkv video files
@terdon, I updated the OS in question. The way in your comment is not working + it even doesn't work if I drag and drop (KMPlayer has an option to do so) as well.
Sep
30
revised .srt subtitle files not loading for .mkv video files
updated
Sep
29
asked .srt subtitle files not loading for .mkv video files
Mar
8
awarded  Scholar
Mar
8
accepted Taking Snapshot of running VM in VMWare
Mar
8
revised Taking Snapshot of running VM in VMWare
more clarity
Mar
8
suggested approved edit on Taking Snapshot of running VM in VMWare
Mar
7
awarded  Critic
Mar
7
revised Radeon HD7870 driver crashes, AMD and XFX looking into it
grammar correction
Mar
7
suggested approved edit on Radeon HD7870 driver crashes, AMD and XFX looking into it
Mar
7
comment Taking Snapshot of running VM in VMWare
You are telling the exact opposite. It is not the non-persistant drive but the persistant drive which is blocking me from taking running snapshot.
Mar
7
revised Taking Snapshot of running VM in VMWare
updating for more clarity
Mar
7
comment Taking Snapshot of running VM in VMWare
I just tried the same with another VM which is not having a Persistant hard drive. That is allowing me to take running snapshot. So I hope it is the persistant HDD is the culprit which blocks me from taking a running snapshot. But, the question is why is it so.?
Mar
7
comment Taking Snapshot of running VM in VMWare
@PeterI, I am sorry that I did not understand this concept of independent disk. My VM has two disk. One is Persistant (Dirve D:) and the other is Non-persistant (Drive C:) of which snapshot is stored each time.
Mar
7
asked Taking Snapshot of running VM in VMWare
Feb
21
awarded  Informed
Sep
30
comment System Drive Partitioning in Windows XP - Slow C: Drive - Need options to delete and recreate C: (may be bad sector in drive)
I hope the just previous option listed in the article is the best option. Thanks.