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I was able to fix it with the following steps: Moved both AVHDX and VHDX images to Win Server 2016 Opened AVHDX with Edit Disk and relinked it from the Hyper V manager Created a new instance with the VHDX as main drive (since AVHDX cannot be added at this step) !!! important: do not start it !!! Edit the machine drive and replace the VHDX with the AVHDX ...


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In case other people encounter the same issue. I do not understand why things a re happening, but I found a workaround. When the display freezes I press Ctrl-Alt-F1 (switch from the X-display to a text console) I login as the same user as for my X session I use ps to identify a process xfce4-screenssaver I kill this process I press alt-F7 to go back to my x-...


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It does not work if you have bit older CPU. I tried recommended solution that suggests enabling wsl 2 and disabling hyper v and some other windows features, and restarting pc, and none helped. Yes I used Windows 21H1 and last version of VMWare Player. But Oracle VirtualBox works without problems. So no need for XSAVE support in processor! Looks like ...


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Let's start with a note that WSL2 is running in a virtual machine (whereas WSL1 did not). It makes use of some of the underlying features of Hyper-V, but it is not Hyper-V. However, since they use the same hypervisor, they can coexist happily, unlike some other VM platforms. WSL2 is not, however, a virtual machine platform like Hyper-V where you can create ...


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WSL and Hyper-V (or VMware) are two different things. WSL is a facility to permit running Linux Commands in Windows. The GUI interface also helps manage documents and things you may wish to do. But it is not a full fledged Virtual Machine and does not function like one. Notably the WSL interface is owned by the WSL terminal and cannot be restarted or shut ...


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C:\Users\admin>POWERCFG /DEVICEQUERY wake_programmable Remote Desktop Keyboard Device Remote Desktop Mouse Device Realtek PCIe GbE Family Controller #2 Microsoft PS/2 Mouse Standard PS/2 Keyboard Realtek PCIe GbE Family Controller C:\Users\admin>POWERCFG /deviceenablewake "Realtek PCIe GbE Family Controller #2" C:\Users\admin>POWERCFG /...


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(Hyper-V 2019 command line) POWERCFG /DEVICEQUERY wake_programmable ... (Find your LAN adapter) POWERCFG /deviceenablewake "<your LAN adapter>"


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I solved by creating a new virtual machine, with option Generation 1, as show bellow:


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