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Guest Operating System Display Corruption (1710)

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The guest operating system display is corrupted. What should I do?

Solution

If you notice that the virtual machine display is corrupted, submit a support request and be sure to include your virtual machine log file. For information on requesting support and finding the log file, see www.vmware.com/support/gsx3/doc/intro_sysreqs_techsupp_gsx.html.

You can try these workarounds:

  • Avoid running a virtual machine on a Windows host in full screen mode if you connected from a console on a remote client.
  • Use the -W argument when you launch the vmware process or vmware.exe from the command line.

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