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Windows 10 2004 upgrade on VMware Desktop pro 16

Since upgrading can't get Windows 64 to behave correctly.

Checked Internet it talks about version 15.0... to support Windows 10 64 with update 2004. Did not find anything about version 16.

Is there a solution for supporting Windows 10 64 2004 update?

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@auldh 

Please confirm the following:

Host OS and version?

Guest OS (in your VM) and version?

Workstation version installed?

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Host OS and version? Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Version 10.0.19041 Build 19041
Guest OS (in your VM) and version? Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Version 10.0.19041 Build 19041 Just loaded Windows 10 update 2004
Workstation version installed? 16.0.0 build-16894299

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@auldh 

Thanks, can you be more specific about the problem you are experiencing? What do you mean by “behave correctly” exactly?

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One problem is when I open a control: check_for_updates the dialogbox opens but it is flickering so bad I can't see what is there or where the mouse is hovering. And just before I close it all comes into stable/focus.

If I have the taskmanager runing on the bottom right corner and attempt to open my Network connections it creates a box but I only see the taskmanager data. When I minimize the taskmanger I can then see the Network connections.

So in short it looks like the video is failing to stabilize. where all else is clear.

 

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Last set of pictures

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@scott28tt

Any progress? I need to sort this out?

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@auldh 

While I'm an employee and a moderator, I've not come across this issue myself - you'll need to wait for other VMTN members to help.

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scott28tt

Will that be a phone call or email dialog?

Should I expect it today?

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@auldh 

VMTN isn’t a formal support forum, it is a user community forum.

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