How to Install Windows 7 on VMware Workstation 15 | SYSNETTECH Solutions

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This video shows you the steps to install Windows 7 step by step using the VMware Workstation 15.0.2 virtualization program on your Windows 10 operating system.

To install Windows 7 on VMware Workstation 15.0.4/5 Pro step by step:

Step 1: Before installing Windows 7, install VM Workstation 15.0.2 Pro on your Windows 10 computer.


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Step 2: After installing VM Workstation, download the Windows 7 ISO file for VMware to your computer from the following link.

Step 3: After downloading the Microsoft Win7 ISO file to your computer, run the VMware virtualization program.

Step 4: To install Windows 7, you must first create a new virtual machine on VM Workstation. On VMware 15.0.4 Pro, click Create a New Virtual Machine.

Step 5: Select Custom in the New Virtual Machine Wizard window and click Next.

Step 6: In the Hardware Compatibility window, select Workstation 14.x or Workstation 15.x, and then click Next.

Step 7: In the Guest Operating System Installation window, select I will install the operating system later and click Next.

Step 8: Select “Windows 7 x64 Edition” in the Select a Guest Operating System window to install Win7 and click Next.

Step 9: In the Name, the Machine window, specify a name for the Windows 7 machine. In the Location section, define a location where you want to store the Win7 machine.

NOTE: When installing an operating system on VMware Workstation, store the installation files of the VM on a different hard disk. Because you will get more performance.

Step 10: In the Firmware Type window, select the BIOS option and click Next.

Step 11: In the Processor Configuration window, configure the processor setting of the Windows 7 VM.

Step 12: In the Memory for the VM window, assign a minimum of 4 GB of RAM to the Win7 VM.

Step 13: In the Network Type window, select Use Bridged Networking and click Next. For more information on what is the Bridged network on VMware, we recommend that you read the following article.

Step 14: In the I/O Controller Types window, select LSI Logic and click Next.

Step 15: Select SCSI in the Select a Disk Type window and click Next.

Step 16: In the Select a Disk window, you must create a new disk to install Win7. Select Create a new virtual disk and click Next.

Step 17: In the Specify Disk Capacity window, select Allocate all disk space now and select Store virtual disk as a single file and click Next.

Step 18: After you create a new virtual machine for Win7 on 15.0.2, add the Win7 ISO file that you downloaded to your computer to the virtual machine.

Step 19: After installing Win7 on VMware, be sure to install VMware Tools!

Step 20: Watch the entire video to install Win7 on VMware Workstation in Windows 10.

Step 21: Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos on virtualization training with VMware!

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  1. How to Install Windows 7 on VMware Workstation 15 | SYSNETTECH Solutions ► Article ►

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  2. Hello, so we can be able to transfer files to Guest machine we need to install those files for 3.0 USB? Cause i did all that you did on video, less the installation of the 3.0 (IDK how to)

  3. I tried to install in the free VMWare Workstation and the magic blue screen with "I have no idea why I crashed" message appears.

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