It is a bit difficult to browse through the log you pasted. It would have made things slightly easier if it were attached as file.
Based on what I see so far, you have allocated 6656MB RAM to 8vCPUs with both "Virtualize Intel VT-x/EPT pr AMD-V/RVI" and "Virtualize Performance Counters" checked. The memory/vCPU ratio makes each 8vCPU starved for memory.
2017-07-16T23:19:15.252+03:00| vmx| I125: DICT numvcpus = "8"
2017-07-16T23:19:15.252+03:00| vmx| I125: DICT cpuid.coresPerSocket = "8"
2017-07-16T23:19:15.252+03:00| vmx| I125: DICT memsize = "6656"
2017-07-16T23:19:15.252+03:00| vmx| I125: DICT vhv.enable = "TRUE"
2017-07-16T23:19:15.252+03:00| vmx| I125: DICT vpmc.enable = "TRUE"
Try with 2 vCPUs (either 2 cores per processor with 1 processor or 1 core per processor with 2 processors) with 4096MB RAM allocation. Disable the Virtualize Intel VT-x as this is only needed if you want to run another VM inside the VM. Uncheck the "Virtualize Performance Counters" as well.
Thanks, I will try, but this worked before.
I more tend to blame either 12.5.7 version or somethinmg with my hardware. Since last VMware update I added Oculus Rift VR glasses new USB 3.0 controller for them and updated Daemon Tools software, so might be something related to this. Will do a "research" on weekend.
Are you running AVG or Avast antivirus at the host OS?
If so then see:
for a solution on using both antivirus products along with VMware
If you are running BitDefender 2017 at the host then the only solution that I am aware about is to uninstall and revert to an older version of BitDefender.
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Yes, Avast , thank you - I will try this course as well.
Thank you, indeed - disabling "Hardware assisted virtualization" in Avast settings did the trick. All starts now. Opened ticked with Avast.