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v5.5 Error System was unable to load a page of memory

v5.5 Error System was unable to load a page of memory

v5.5 Error System was unable to load a page of memory

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I have a VMWare image of Windows 2000 Advanced Server that has been working fine for a couple of days.  I suspended the system last night and now when I attempt to restore it I receive the following error.  I tried restarting my system a couple of times and removed the power supply just for fun.  Any ideas?


Warning: the system was unable to load a page of memory; this can be caused by network problems or a failing hard disk drive.

VMware Workstation unrecoverable error: (vmx)
Exception 0xc0000006 (disk error while paging) has occurred.
A log file is available in "C:\Documents and Settings\bwolfe\MyData\My Virtual Machines\VMWare\FATS\vmware.log".  A core file is available in "C:\Documents and Settings\bwolfe\Application Data\VMware\vmware-vmx-3816.dmp".  Please request support and include the contents of the log file and core file.  
To collect files to submit to VMware support, run cscript vm-support.vbs.
We will respond on the basis of your support entitlement.

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