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Emulator running in VM - but error now

Is there a document on how to set up the VM for the Hololens emulator? I didn't even realize that I needed to... But finally figured that out, thru guessing and reading other trouble questions. So now I have set up a VM thru Hyper-V manager, and can run the Emulator... but am getting this message: Emulator is unable to verify that the virtual machine is running. Object reference not set to the instance of an object.

Answers

  • Jimbohalo10Jimbohalo10 ✭✭✭ ✭✭✭
    edited April 2016
    1. Did you make the Hyper-V connections yourself, instead of Visual Studio Update 2 and the HoloLens Emulator?.
    2. Did you install in sequence given in install_the_tools
    3. Did you get a message about requesting to use Administrator mode for the first start.
    4. In Network and Sharing centre, can you see a connection labelled vEthernet (Internal Ethernet Port Emulator NAT switch), and in properties, connection: "Hyper-V Virtual Ethernet Adapter #2". If the answer is NO the you are going to need to uninstall the HoloLens Emulator, delete the Hyper-V Network controllers in Device Manager. Re-install the HoloLens Emulator SDK again.
    5. Use the simple VC++Universal Windows Holographic template, in VS2015, set to Debug,X86, Remote Device HoloLens Emulator and Deploy. This will hopefully make the new Hyper-V connections, and then trying to run the template under normal debug.

    There is a known bug in Windows 10 which on build 14295 leaves a RED x on the network icon , due to the TWO Hyper-V adapters being installed.

    Look for reconfiguring Hyper-V switching in this post

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