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Gparted with VMplayer SHUTDOWN STATE issue....PLEASE HELP

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  1. mikymike123

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    HELLO THERE GUYS, SO I AM A TOTAL NOOB TO THE WORLD OF ROMS, HACKS BUT THIS PARTICUALR ONE HAS ME THWARTED, I RECENTLY ROOTED MY PHONE AND WANTED TO PARTIOTION MY SD CARD SO THAT I HAVE MORE INTENAL MEMORY, TO DO THAT I NEEDED TO DOWNLOAD THE VM PLAYER(WHICH I DID) AS WELL AS GPARTED LIVE 0.16.ISO (WHICH I ALSO DOWNLOADED) I FOLOOWED ALL THE STEPS SHOWN HERE BUT EVERY TIME I PRESS PLAY ON THE VM PLAYER TO START THE PARTIOTIONING PROCESS I GET AN ERROR MESSAGE SAYING
    "A fault has occurred causing a virtual CPU to enter the shutdown state. If this fault had occurred outside of a virtual machine, it would have caused the physical machine to restart. The shutdown state can be reached by incorrectly configuring the virtual machine, a bug in the guest operating system, or a problem in VMware Player.Click OK to restart the virtual machine or Cancel to power off the virtual machine."
    ..........SO I AM STUCK........ANYONE WANNA HELP ME OUT:smokingsomb:
     

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  2. Joelgp83

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    VMPlayer can really only "play" VMs that were already made by someone else who bought and used VMware to make a VM.

    Try using Virtualbox. It does much the same thing as VMware, but its free, and you can make your own VMs to use with it.
     
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    +1 for VirtualBox. It takes what...20 minutes to setup for the first time? (Need to install the OS in a virtual drive.)

    I use it religiously, and its awesome.
     
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    Cool. Is the setup compilcated? Is there a step by step guide?
     
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    It walks you through it step by step as you do it. Its a very user friendly program.
     
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    K downloading as we speak. Hopefully will have everything done but I think ill need tour services again.....ahhh the download she is readdyyyy
     

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