An attempt to initialize the virtual machine saved state failed

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Hi guys,

While running a virtual machine on my USB drive I received an error message.

Have a look at the error message below. What does it mean?

I have no idea for the error message. If you have any idea for the error message, please help me to get a remedy of this issue.

Thanks in advance.

 

Virtual Machine Connection

The application encountered an error while attempting to change the state of ‘Foo’.

‘Foo’ failed to initialize.

An attempt to initialize the virtual machine saved state failed.

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Best Answer by warren todd
Answered By 0 points N/A #133914

An attempt to initialize the virtual machine saved state failed

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Hello Hollis,

‘Foo’ failed to initialize is an error message on the application you are using. The cause of this the lack of memory on you USB you are running. During the initialization of the software, some of its software components are no responding. Or while you are attempting to save your work the, the virtual machine cannot handle the initialization of the whole file together with the processing of you virtual machine in you USB.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #133913

An attempt to initialize the virtual machine saved state failed

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Hi Hollis Riley,

I want to clarify why you are getting such error message.As you know virtual machine is always away from the PC you are using at  present.The entire hard disk data of your virtual machine which is away from you, want to see on a PC where you are now through a your USB drive.Alright, you should install the virtualizing software in both the machine i.e on the physical machine you want to virtualize and the remote PC where you are now.Then start process on remote PC to make your physical machine (which is at home) into virtual machine through the software you are carrying in your USB drive.Wach a video on VMware workstation software below.

Please watch the video thoroughly you will be clarified where are you wrong.

Thanks

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