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11-10-2012 04:48 AM - edited 11-10-2012 04:50 AM
I am new t o BB 10. I have downloaded BB 10 SDK and installed BB 10 SDK and Simulator. But when in run the simulator in VMPlayer 5.0 the boot screen comes and stuck at a certain point.
Here is the screen shot when boot stuck :
I don't know what to do.
Any Help is Appreciated.
11-21-2012 08:10 AM
You might try uninstalling then reinstalling the simulator now that virtualization is on.
Don't change any of the settings in the simulator virtual machine.
There is one setting to select the OS you're running under. By default there is no selection made. I changed it to Win 7, 64-bit, and the simulator stopped working after that, and I couldn't return the selection to the default. Uninstall, install was the only way out.
If this doesn't work, you'll need some help from someone more familiar with VM and the simulator.
If you do get it running, make sure you 'suspend' the simulator when you want to shut it down, don't select the actual 'power off' option. Starting up again from suspended is much smoother.
11-30-2012 06:25 AM
Thanks for your suggesation. I am still unable to run it. I think my PC doesn't meet requirements. I have started on My Lapi(Laptop) on which its working perfectly.
Thnaks for your support.
12-04-2012 12:13 AM
Can you confirm that you have the latest video card drivers available to you from your vendor? When the simulator stops at "starting screen" it's usually because VMWare is unable to detect compatible 3D hardware. Updating your drivers will go a long way here.
Did you change the video card settings inside VMWare? Sometimes if you try to set it to a default resolution or add a second display it may not be able to boot.
You can always send me our dxdiag output and I can take a look at it from my end.