I am NOT the original author of this article. You can find the original article here!
I recently ran into this error while trying to install Windows 2008 R2 Server 64 Bit on my corporate virtual network. Windows 2003 server standard was initially installed on this same configuration. The aim of the project was to remove the Windows 2003 server and install windows 2008 R2 server on it the system. Well, I completely forgot before starting that I had to change the guest operating system type. this eventually lead to this error.
After searching a while on google, I came accross the above mentioned article. It saved my day! The question is why repeat the same thing here? Well, I decided to repeat this here for my personal reference only. It might be useful for someone else too.
Posted in Linux, Linux Installation, VMware and tagged 0x0000005d Error, linux installation, vmware by Stan with .
Place the CD in the CD-Rom and reboot the system.
When ask to select the network install method, choose “HTTP” and enter the following:
1) for 32 Bit
2) for 64 Bit
Posted in CentOS, Linux, Linux Installation and tagged CentOS, centos 6.3, linux installation, Netinstall by Stan with .