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Hi

I have a Windows 2008R2 server that is running WMPlayer7. I have switch the server to a DC a now my Virtual machine in VMPlayer refuse to start.

I got this message:
vm-error.rtf
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by:JAN PAKULA
ID: 40629598
Go Into the vm guest's directory and delete/move all the .lck folders and also the .vmem file

also

run  vmware workstation  as admin
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by:jpmoreau
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I use VM Player
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by:jpmoreau
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I have installed WM Workstation and now I can open it.

Weird
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by:JAN PAKULA
ID: 40631387
you were probably missing some dependencies
god its sorted
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by:jpmoreau
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Now one last question.

If I uninstall Workstation and reinstall WM Player, does the VM will still work?
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JAN PAKULA earned 500 total points
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you wont know 100% until you do it - i would say yes
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by:jpmoreau
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Thank you
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