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"The CPU has been disabled by the guest operating system" help!

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Here is a screen shot of the action http://img151.imageshack.us/img151/185/vmwarexb4.jpg


(I would just link it but it probably breaks tables)


I was really excited today to finally get my install to this point after struggling with lots of hard drive problems. I have finished installing the software with VMware for a native run and it starts up. Right as it gets to the actual desktop this message happens immediately. I could not find anything about this on the forums. Any help would be appreciated.

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