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The memory footprint for this seems good im only using 286megs and i got it allowed to use 424 i think.
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<---testing the new distro. We are hoping this will eliminate the 'INTERRUPTED' error, or reduce it so it doesn't happen all the time. I will post results tomorrow asap.
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Downloading the new distro now, will wait till arch WUs finish, before setting up ubuntu. I was using 1gig per arch previously, seems that it didn't make it go any faster, will it make a difference with ubuntu?
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OK got the new ubuntu distro up and running on my second rig, side by side with the arch version, will compare speed and any issues that may come up. Excellent work again by PhelanJkell & Bal3wolf rep to you both for the effort!!
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Downloading the new distro now, will wait till arch WUs finish, before setting up ubuntu. I was using 1gig per arch previously, seems that it didn't make it go any faster, will it make a difference with ubuntu?
Were you intentionally using 1Gb per client, or was that automatic? Although I've allowed up to 512Mb per VM, Arch seemd to want only around 300Mb total for both clients on my machine, pretty similar to Ubuntu.

The Ubuntu distro seems just a hare slower...maybe by around 8s/%
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Hey guys, I still get the error "You CPU doesnt support long mode. Please use a 32bit distribtuion." I am pretty sure my cpu supports EMT64T technology but for some reason with Arch and the new Ubuntu distro, I still get the error. I had upgraded my bios to the lastest one about a week ago and thought maybe that was the problem. So I downgraded to my previous version and it still doesnt work. Any ideas?
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Have you tried uninstalling vmware and searching the reg and making sure nothing is left with names vmware.
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Hey guys, I still get the error "You CPU doesnt support long mode. Please use a 32bit distribtuion." I am pretty sure my cpu supports EMT64T technology but for some reason with Arch and the new Ubuntu distro, I still get the error. I had upgraded my bios to the lastest one about a week ago and thought maybe that was the problem. So I downgraded to my previous version and it still doesnt work. Any ideas?
Have you eneabled 64bit in your bios? From your specs it looks like you are running 32bit XP, so might not have enabled it in your bios settings.
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Have you tried uninstalling vmware and searching the reg and making sure nothing is left with names vmware.
Gonna try that next.

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Have you eneabled 64bit in your bios? From your specs it looks like you are running 32bit XP, so might not have enabled it in your bios settings.
Looked in my bios and I didnt see anything saying Enable or Disable EMT64. The only thing I saw that could be it was Virtualization Technology Enable/Disable and it is enabled.
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Virtualization Technology
That is what the EMT64 is, keep it enabled. I am not sure why your getting that error, like Bal3Wolf said, uninstall it, delete the VMware folder in Program Files, then go into the registry and search for VMware using find. Delete all the entries you can find. Let us know if this fixes it. Have you re-installed it with the same error?

As of right now I have finished one WU and am about to finish the second WU in a few minutes using the new Ubuntu distro. All is working fine, I will post if the second one goes through without an 'INTERRUPTED' error.
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