Have you tried removing and reinstalling Fusion? Make sure you do it from an administrator (not regular user) account.
In case you allocated the macOS VM with more than 2 processors, try reducing it to 2. You might be facing the same problem as other people in this other thread Kernel panic in OSX guest on Fusion 10.0.1 when configured for 3 or more CPU's
Yes, completely uninstalled (also cleaning all the Library folders) and reinstalled. Same issue..
The VM is configured with 2 core.. I think Fusion 10 has still some issue
Could you attach any logs which would be helpful? Or the support bundle, if it's convenient.
To get the support bundle, select Help -> Collect Support Information on Fusion menu.
I've fonund what is causing all this troubles to the VMs: it is a USB device attached to my machine that, even if I uninstall both USB and Audio controller on the VM, it still crash. The only way to let all my VM works is unplug the device or power it off. That happens both with my iMac 5K 2017 and my MacBook Pro 2017
The device is a Naim DAC V-1 (audio Dac) that mount an OEM Audiophilleo USB chip on board. The VMware support team is investigating in this issue.