- The virtual machine performs extremely slow.
- Applications start slowly or take a long time to launch.
- The operating system takes a long time to boot.
- Virtual machines stop responding for long periods of time.
- Windows guests fail with this error:
STOP 0x77 KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR
- The Windows event log contains Event ID 51 from the source disk.
- Linux guests do not respond or lock-up.
vmware.logfile contains entries similar to:
Command WRITE(10) took 10.858 seconds (ok)
Command READ(10) took 1.173 seconds (ok)
SCSI0: RESET BUS
Vmware Fusion Slow Track
- Host: - Mac OS 10.10 - Mac OS 10.11 Hypervisor: - VMware Fusion 7 Pro - VMware Fusion 8 Pro VM configuration: - UEFI firmware - UEFI console (std 1024x768) - Multiple CPUs (minimal 2) - RAM (don't care AFAICT) Description: As soon as FreeBSD takes the APs out of INIT and has them spinning in a tight loop and until until the APs are launched, the UEFI frame buffer is.very. slow.
- My friend said Vmware Fusion is slow, would it be slow on my Mac Mini 2.53Mhz / 4GB of ram? Does vmware fusion lag? Nope, not at all. But that depends on what you are doing. It can play some games, but the overheads for running in a VM are HUGE, so really. Don't bother trying to game in a VM.
- This is 'VMWare Fusion Pro 12 Graphic Performance Slow' by Kris Kasprzyk on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
- Excessive time to resume from suspend state
- Excessive time to launch Windows applications
- The Mac host becomes unresponsive
- Your mouse cursor frequently looks like a spinning beach ball
- The guest operating system boots slowly
- Applications running in virtual machines perform poorly
- Applications running in virtual machines take a long time to launch
- Applications running in virtual machines frequently become unresponsive
- Multi-user services have long transaction times or handle less simultaneous users than expected
Vmware Fusion Free Trial
While it's shut down and VMware fusion is closed, back up your virtual machine by storing a copy of your.vmwarevm package somewhere else, just in case you need to revert later. Boot up your virtual machine. Go to the menu bar Virtual Machine Reinstall VMware Tools, and dismiss the auto-play notification or the setup dialog if they.