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Need a VMWARE expert. Good pay:)

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by entri3, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. entri3

    entri3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hi,

    Im always getting the "timeout error while attempting read' from vmware!

    I have 12gb ram and run 7 winxp os simultaneously each with allocated memory of 1 gb.

    It always gives me some problems.

    I want an expert to fix my latest problem, which is "timeout error while attempting read" when i try to login to vmware console.

    Just post here or PM me. or add me to skype : customnicheblogs

    Thanks:)
     
  2. SleepieGirl

    SleepieGirl Regular Member

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    nevermind. not sure about this.
    do you have the port correct?
     
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  3. entri3

    entri3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    oops! How do i check it?

    Thanks


     
  4. SleepieGirl

    SleepieGirl Regular Member

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    its usually port 902
    i think http is port 8222 or 8333
     
  5. d4l1t0s

    d4l1t0s Power Member

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    try this
    HTML:
    http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_US&cmd=displayKC&externalId=749640
    also check if your version is up to date
    check if you Vmware tool is installed
    check you antivirus for firewall settings
    I have more than 8 VMs and never had a problem .
    if you still have a problem with it hit me up on aim or msn and I will try to figure out what s wrong :) Free of charge :)
     
  6. jackyman

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    Logically, there is not any problem at all because the main os you are running spends 4 or 5 bg ram (larger than vmware's ram memory).

    But if you are running some heavy softwares or something like that and they spend most of the the rest of memory on main os, timeout will occur.

    Try to reduce vmware ram memory or run less vmware simultaneously or don't run main os while running 7 vmware will solve your problem.

    Cheers