My virtual machines are all crashing with the error 'vmware has encountered an error and has shutdown windows'. This happens since last week april 3 and started with once a day, but now it crashes just (20-30seconds) after starting the VM. It seems to work longer after stopping Fusion and start it again or restart my MacBook Pro(2017).
In the vmware.log file I found the following messages:
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125: Msg_Post: Error
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125: [msg.log.error.unrecoverable] VMware Fusion unrecoverable error: (mks)
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125+ MKS MacOSKeyboard: Keyboard thread failed to respond to ungrab request
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125: [msg.panic.haveLog] A log file is available in "/Users/Stefan/Documents/Virtual Machines.localized/MBPW10x64.vmwarevm/vmware.log".
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125: [msg.panic.requestSupport.withoutLog] You can request support.
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125: [msg.panic.requestSupport.vmSupport.apple.menu]
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125+ To collect data to submit to VMware support, choose "Collect Support Information" from the "Help" menu.
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125+ You can also run "VMware Fusion Problem Reporter.tool" inside the VMware Fusion application bundle directly.
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125: [msg.panic.response] We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.
2019-04-09T09:38:46.646+01:00| mks| I125: ----------------------------------------
I am running Fusion v10.1.6 (12989998), which I installed using the 'Check for upgrade' option in Fusion. This did not solve the issue.
My Mac is running v10.14.4
I have 3 VM's (MacOS,W7,W10) all of them crashes with the same error.
In the attachment I added the vmware.log file, hopefully this will help finding the solution.