Windows 10: Problem when loading Win10x64 Home Edition created with VMWare vCenter
Problem when loading Win10x64 Home Edition created with VMWare vCenter
hope you are all fine.
I use Win10x64 Home Edition.
For creating the VM guest, I am using VMWare vCenter Converter Standalone client version 6.1.1
I use vm12 Pro.
Actually, I am trying to create a VM machine using VMWare vCenter Converter Standalone client version 6.1.1. My laptop has initially Win10x64 Home installed when I bought it, when creating the VM guest machine I had no issue but when I upload it with WMWare 12 Pro I have a blue screen saying :
Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’ll restart for you.
Stop Code: KMODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED
It restarts but still blue screen.
See the attached files for more explanation.
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