macBookUser
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guest blue screen - Stop error Reason code 0x805000f

I run a guest machine of windows 2003 R2 SP2 on mac book.

the vmfusion version is 1.0 (51348)

it also happend with beta versions but I thought it would be better with the release.

It mostly happens after the macBook was in sleep mode ( I always suspend the guest before putting the mac to sleep mode) but after few minutes of working on the guest after the macBook woke up from sleep mode, I get this error.

It is really hard to work this way.

thanks for your checking.

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bflad
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Can you please provide the log files for the VM?

They can be found ~/Documents/Virtual Machines, right click the VM, and choose 'Show Package Contents'.

Brian

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Andreas_Masur
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Do you happen to have a crash dump file (either 'C:\Windows\Memory.dmp' or 'C:\Winnt\Memory.dmp' depending on the Windows version)?

Ciao, Andreas

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macBookUser
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the memory.dmp file is 94MB I can pass it in some private channel since it probably contains private data that shouldn't exist on a public forum. please suggest how to pass it to vmware.

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macBookUser
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in show package contents there is no log file i can locate,

the is

resources folder modified aug 8

MacOS folder modified Aug 8

Frameworks folder modified Aug 8

InstallerSections.plist modified Jul 13

Info.plist modified Jul 13

licensingPage.bundle Jun 5

vmnet.kext Jun 5

vmioplug.text Jun 5

vmci.kext Jun 5

vmmon.kext Jun 5

libdir folder modified Jun 5

where should it be?

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bflad
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Those are the contents of the VMware Fusion \*application*... you need to find the actual VM file to see the logs for it.

Non BootCamp VM's (default):

~/Documents/Virtual Machines/

BootCamp VM's:

~/Library/Application Support/VMware Fusion/Virtual Machines/Boot Camp/

Brian

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