Windows 10: HYPER-V with second level VM running on vmware workstation
HYPER-V with second level VM running on vmware workstation
just thought I'd do a Bonkers experiment - works and isn't too slow (but use SSD !!!).
Host W10 X-64 PRO with HYPER-V
VM1 (ist level VM - 2nd level machine) Linux CENTOS 7 with latest kernel (4.7)
VM2 --installed VMware workstation on the Linux machine (VM1) --created XP VM --works fine !!!!
I know it's Bonkers but I was curious to see if the HYPERVISOR (HYPER-V) on the Host would propagate its properties to a second level machine (VM1) preventing VMWARE workstation from running.
Seems that the XP VM which is using VM1 as its Host doesn't know anything about HYPER-V nor does VM1.
Finnish but not finished
It's entertaining to test various nested scenarios
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On a rock solid machine (to date) I got a BSOD. During this time I was using Unity (VMWare Pro), and the host crashed (not the client VM).
I did try the tool at http://www.osronline.com/, which seems to claim that the culprit was...
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As the title indicated, anybody tried running both successfully on Win 10?
I've seen people doing that on Win 8 forum( Solved Hyper V and VMWare on the same machine - Page 2 ), so I'm wondering if this method would work on Win 10...
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Problem with installing VMWARE tools with Windows 10 x-64 using Windows host. Works fine on LINUX host !!!!
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