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VMWARE server failed after reboot

Hi everybody,
i'm recently using vmware on my windows xp sp2
i install the software and installe a linux CENTOS OS.
all works pretty fine but when i restart my PC i can't run the VMWARE again.
when i click the button to start the menu to start the virtual machine this links opens a internet windows with this url: https://tavonotebook:8333/ui/ (the same i use the first time)
i get "The page cannot be displayed" on the internet page.
i've been check some pages and forums around the internet and i found this error on my tomcat ( i think thats the problem)
in the file: C:\Program Files\VMware\VMware Server\tomcat\logs\catalina.2008-10-28.log (i'm posting the file.)
i have the IIS installed and working ( but the first time i test both and both works at the same time good)
anyway i already try using this https://127.0.0.1:8333/ui/  and this https://localhost:8333/ui/     well

any ideas?

oh i forget something, when i reinstall ( repair the program with installation file )  the program start to works fine again, and then when i restart i get the problem again

thanks a lot

Gustavo
catalina.2008-10-28.log
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brent_caskeyCommented:
When you reboot the system, are all of the VMWare server services running?
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Andrew DoadesIT TechnicianCommented:
there is a service called  VMwareServerWebAccess  this powers the web interface, I have found that on most OS this can often fail to start.
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gesquivelAuthor Commented:
yes all the services are running
the only services stoped are: "VMware Host Agent" and VMWare VSS Writer"
i start running the "VMWare Host Agent" but nothing happens yet.

i think the problem maybe is with the tomcat????
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Andrew DoadesIT TechnicianCommented:
sounds like tomcat is not start up right, or at all, have you check your event log to see what is going on when boot up?
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gesquivelAuthor Commented:
all is ok.
i recently get a solution apparently something has a conflict with my wireless card! really curious i never imagine this.
well my solution was i restart my wireless card and that's all
problem fixed
thanks a lot anyway!

Best Regards,
Gustavo
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