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How to fix VIX error code 1?

Published on April 12th, 2022

Vix Error Code 1 is caused by a problem with the VMware Workstation installation. This can be caused by a number of things, including an incorrect installation, a corrupt installation, or a conflict with another program.

1. Check if the vm is running

  1. Open a command prompt and type "netstat -an". This will show all the active connections on your computer.
  2. If you see any open connections to the vm, then the vm is probably running and you can skip to step 5. If you don't see any open connections, then the vm is not running and you'll need to fix the vix error code.
  3. If you do see any open connections to the vm, then you'll need to close all of them. You can do this by going to the connection tab in the command prompt and clicking on the "x" next to the connection you want to close.
  4. After you've closed all the connections, you'll need to restart the vm. To do this, you'll need to open the "vmoptions" file (located in the same directory as the vm). To do this, you'll need to type "vm options" and then hit enter.
  5. After you've restarted the vm, you'll need to check to see if the problem has been fixed. To do this, you'll need to type "vmstat -an". If the problem has been fixed, then you'll see a number in the "cpu" column that is higher than it was before the problem occurred.

2. Check if the vm is in the same state as on the server

Step 1: Connect to the server and open a console Step 2: Check the vm state If the vm state is the same as on the server, then the vix error code 1 is likely caused by a network issue and the vm should be fixed by restarting the VM.

3. If the vm is running, try to connect to it using ssh

If the vm is running, try to connect to it using ssh in order to fix vix error code 1:

  1. Enter the vm's IP address or hostname into a web browser.
  2. If the vm is accessible over the network, enter the ssh command to connect to it.
  3. If the vm is not accessible over the network, try to install the ssh client on your computer.
  4. Use the ssh command to log in to the vm.
  5. Use the command line to fix the problem that is causing the vix error code 1.

4. If the vm is not running, try to start it

  1. Click the Start button on your computer.
  2. In the Search box, type cmd.
  3. Right-click the cmd.exe file and select Run as administrator.
  4. Type the following commands and press Enter after each one: vmrun.exe vifm.exe
  5. If the vm is not running, try to start it in order to fix vix error code 1.