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This means that you must have a 64-bit guest capable host running your VMWare product. This requires that your host machine is Intel-VT or AMD-V capable, and that this mode is enabled in the BIOS. The host does not have to be running a 64 bit OS, like Windows XP 64 if these features are enabled in BIOS. For more information about VMWare 64 bit guest requirements, see VMWare's knowledge base article: Hardware and Firmware Requirements for 64bit Guest Operating Systems
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If you are running on a platform that either won't support or isn't configured for 64 bit guests, you will see the following error in the console when the KBOX boots:




Answered 12/07/2009 by: chrisgrim
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VMWare has a tool that can be run to see if a host can support 64 bit guests. You can download it from here: http://downloads.vmware.com/d/details/processor_check_5_5_dt/dCpiQGhkYmRAZQ==

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Answered 12/08/2009 by: chrisgrim
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Adding text so the error is searchable:

error message:
BTX halted
Answered 05/18/2010 by: tstaub
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http://downloads.vmware.com/d/details/processor_check_5_5_dt/dCpiQGhkYmRAZQ==


Only can be run on a Windows host, so if you are using ESX this utility can not be used.
Answered 05/18/2010 by: KevinG
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