Vmware Player No Disk Error
Then I discovered a couple of entries on vmware site that helped solving it. Please insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk3\DR2. Vmware player was working OK, but I wanted to create a new virtual machine so I had to find a solution. skip to main | skip to sidebar Pages Home Contact/Tip Me My Note on Solutions. his comment is here
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I never accessed the external drive from within the VM/guest. November 13, 2013 at 8:20 AM Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Search This Blog Loading... In my case, running windows 7 it was located in: C:\Users\Alfonso\AppData\Roaming then opened it in the windows explorer and deleted it, and this worked, I lost my favorites and open files Once I disconnected it from my computer everything worked well.
It was the result of using an external hard drive on the host. Wednesday, November 30, 2011 Error: Vmplayer, NO Disk, There is no disk in the drive. Thanks for posting this. About Me Alfonso Batres View my complete profile Blog Archive ► 2012 (10) ► November (1) ► October (3) ► July (1) ► May (2) ► April (3) ► 2011 (1)
then checked all my hard disk, I plugged my phone into the USB port. unplug the cable, the disk 2 is gone. template. his comment is here Posted by Alfonso Batres at 12:33 PM 6 comments: ElbeanoDecember 27, 2010 at 7:08 AMReceived the same error.
All drives are in the system and working... The error message was: wmware.exe - No Disk There is no disk in the drive. Works Great!!! I removed all the files mentioned above and it worked.
Please insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk2\DR4. the error of NO disk was fixed too. The other thing I learned, and I guess it had always worked, is that typing %APPDATA% in the start menu, went directly to the directory, I mean it replaces the variable, Then I run a diskpart from the cmd shell, then call "list disk" it will show all the hard disks and their sizes the disk2 is a weird Disk, Size is
trying your solution... this content VM's I haven't used in years...)ReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more... Apparently there is something wrong with the preferences file, locate in %APPDATA%\VMware\preferences.ini for Windows ~/.vmware/preferencesforLinux Not wanting to spend all night trying to solve it, I first deleted de preferences.ini file My issue was a scanner that has an SD card slot.
Posted by MyNote on every bits at 11:48 AM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest 1 comment: M Limanni said... You can just delete that single file.ReplyDeleteTodaydownload.comJuly 24, 2012 at 6:51 AMResources like the one you mentioned here will be very useful to me ! Powered by Blogger. http://digitalfishbowl.net/vmware-player/vmware-player-error-1406.html The file that's causing the problem is favorites.vmls.
One Day I get this error, when I just open the Vmware player, Kept popping up this error when I click the VMs. I will post a link to this page on my blog. How to: Install and Test apache mahout on hadoop How to: recover the Root password for Centos ► October (4) ► August (5) ► July (2) ► June (4) ► May
I looked everywhere, including the registry, trying to find a configuration option or something that could be wrong, and nothing helped.
Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Search This Blog Loading... The solution: I deleted the directory VMWare, first I typed cd%APPDATA% in a command window to look where the directory was.