Unable to install Windows 7 using VMware

Hello Experts,
I am trying to install win 7 64bit using VMware 12 Pro, but after installation we got error, please find the error log as attachment

Hwd Confg:-
Dell PowerEdage, X5650 @ 2.67Ghz Dual CPU-24Core, 32Gb of Ram, 300GB HDD
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 64bit
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Nagendra Pratap SinghConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Is it an R710 server? If same or similar model then enable virtualization support in bios first

Enhance TechnologyFounderAuthor Commented:
No the server model is Dell PowerEdge R610
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Enhance TechnologyFounderAuthor Commented:
ok will make it changes at bios level and get back to you by tomorrow
Durga Charan OjhaSr. System AdministratorCommented:
Its because VMware does not support 64bit OS.
if you need so then you can use Oracle Virtual Box
Nagendra Pratap SinghCommented:
Please ignore whatever Durga Charan Ojha has said.
Durga Charan OjhaSr. System AdministratorCommented:
also try if this works.. as I had tested in oracle virtual box and all the OS run smoothly ..
in this case you need to enable virtualisation in BIOS.

Enabling Virtualization Technology in Dell Systems
Follow these steps to make Virtualization Techonology is enabled in BIOS.

Turn ON the System.
Press F2 key at startup BIOS Setup.
Press the right arrow key to Advanced tab, Select Virtualization and then press the Enter key.
Select Enabled and press the Enter key.
Press the F10 key and select Yes and press the Enter key to save changes and Reboot into Windows.
John HurstBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
VMware Workstation 12 Pro supports Windows 7 Pro 64-bit just fine. I have it running here.

As mentioned by Nagendra Pratap Singh, make sure Virtualization is enabled in BIOS. I assume the server is a 64-bit machine. Only a 64-bit host machine with Virtualization enabled can run a 64-bit guest machine.
Enhance TechnologyFounderAuthor Commented:
after change in bios according the mention link, now able to install win 7 with VMware
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