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Security-related vulnerabilities and issues impacting Hyper-V products.
Hi, last friday our teacher installed virtual machines from his own hard disk in Hyper-V on my own personal computer so I could work at home. Did not used it during the weekend, and started server 2008 r2 just today. All are saved-critical! Is there anything I can do to make it work? I cannot reach our teacher cause it's holiday here, at least for them....Thanxx!!
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"Saved-critical" usually means that we cannot find the virtual machine configuration file.
A quick thing to try is "net stop vmms" followed by "net start vmms".
If that doesn't fix things - you should check to see if the virtual machine files have been moved (e.g. were they on a USB disk that has been removed?)
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